Edibles

Cauliflower Cheese Bread

I found this to be a nice alternative to regular cheese bread and fun to make as well. Great for dipping in our marinara sauce! It really creates a tasty blend of cauliflower and cheeses. This can also work as a base for making light pizza at home!         Makes 10-12 servings…
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Green Chile & Egg Casserole

I remember when my friend brought over a similar recipe that had eggs, some veggies and cheese but there was white flour in it so I decided to change it over to making it grain free. You can make a big batch the night before, which is what I do and then in the morning…
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Barbara’s Nutty Bark

At the beginning the most difficult part of eliminating grains for me was in the morning. I absolutely adore cereal and of course it’s not allowed except you can make homemade granola and it is such a great substitute! ! Whenever you buy it in the stores, they still add too much sugar. I know…
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Boost Your Buns for the Baking Season

Edibles, Featured
It’s that baking season! No, not on your favorite strain. We mean making homemade baked goods! Our friends with Shoogies™ and one of our regular columnists, Jeff, the 420 Chef, give us these perfectly scrumptious Mini Pumpkin Cinnamon Buns. These are formulated for boosting you with a delight and just enough Shoogies™ to microdose with…
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It’s Time to Elevate Your Desserts

Cooking with Cannabis is Easier Than You Think Cooking with cannabis is uncharted territory for most of us. Loading your favorite pipe or rolling up a blunt is something you could probably do with your eyes closed. Dosing with an edible? That’s easy, too, thanks to modern packaging, labeling and dosing stipulations. But actually creating…
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Living an Elevated Sweet Life

Edibles
Your consumption options just got sweeter and convenient! Next time you go to the corner of “happy & healthy” or your neighborhood grocery store, stand and observe the aisles around the store for a moment. Stop and realize that each of these products and brands came from someone’s idea, fueled by blood, sweat, tears and…
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Infused Pickle Juice Pops by Chef Brooke Egger

420 Guide, Edibles
Here’s a refreshing, healthy popsicle to take the edge off the dog days of summer. Ingredients 1 cup Dill Pickle Juice. 1 cup Distilled Water ½ cup Cornichon or Gherkin Juice 2 tablespoons sweetener of choice, I used infused agave 8 Cornichons or Gherkins for sticks Directions Add the water and pickle juices to a…
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Pickle Juice for Hydration?

This is a new one old idea from ancient times. Did you know that before sports drinks like Gatorade or PowerAde became a thing, runners and athletes were known to drink pickle juice? They used it to replenish sodium and potassium which helped them reduce muscle cramps and speed up recovery after exercising. Sodium is…
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Bi-Color Watermelon Gazpacho

Serves 12 Ingredients: Main Ingredients 1 small Red seedless watermelon, cubed 1 Red bell pepper, seeded and deveined 1 small Yellow seedless watermelon 1 small Yellow bell pepper, seeded and deveined General Ingredients 2 Medium cucumber, seeded and cubed 12 medium cannabis leaves, chiffonade (sliced into thin ribbons) 10 leaves Thai basil, chopped 2 Tablespoons Red Wine Vinegar 2 Tablespoons…
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