Want a good time? If your name is Miley Cyrus you can just call up Snoop Dog to plan a birthday party.
The latest thing since cannabis legalization is the cannabis-themed party, event or happening. Gurus of cannabis catering have emerged with avant-garde foodie dreams to indulge your wildest ganja infused fantasies. From coast to coast people seem to be serving cannabis with, and in, almost everything. Along with the usual smoking options, your guests can enjoy cannabis enhanced edibles at your next dinner party, setting a mellow tone for the evening.
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It seems marijuana can unite us after all!
A May Day protest in Seattle had a different flavor when anti-Trump/anti-fascist protesters lit up a few joints with Trump supporters and for a brief moment cannabis helped them transcended their political differences.
As Bob Marley once said, “Herb is the healing of a nation”, so perhaps it’s time we focus on what we have in common, rather than letting “them” divide and control us.
Over the years there have been so many cannabis cooking videos teaching us how to incorporate our favorite herb into many different edible treats. Now we have entered a new age of cannabis cuisine, with chefs incorporating many of the latest experimental cooking techniques in their cooking.
Everything from flash freezing to terpenoid extraction are used to infuse cannabis into delectible edibles. The series visits various cannabis businesses and shows how they prepare their special treats. Whether it’s ice cream, cocktails, pizza, or incredibly elaborate catered dinners, Bong Appetit gets down with the entrepreneurs and chefs who are at the cutting edge of the cannabis edible scene.
The show is full of great ideas for making edibles and inspiring for those looking to open a new cannabis business.
Here’s a sample segment from Bong Appetit.
Political and cannabis activist and currently the director of PROJECT CBD Martin Lee interviews our favourite author, Robert Connell Clarke in this video from a series entitled “Cannabis Conversations.”
When I met Rob Clarke in Amsterdam he was gracious and allowed us to quote freely from his then-recently released book “Hashish.” We reviewed the book and used the quotes in the Charter Edition of the International Cannagraphic which was published in February, 2004.
Check this video out and learn a thing or two about CBD’s from those who know the truth, not the lies.
In case you don’t already know them, here are some useful facts about marijuana, ganja, cannabis, pot, etc…