A simple question you have to ask is a daytime cookie or nighttime cookie? Although weed impacts everyone differently, generally speaking, sativas provide users with energy, and indicas are better for relaxation and sleep. Depends on you... Okay, so how to prepare a small cannabis edible is your question. Let's focus on it.
Pick up six large eggs, two sticks of unsalted butter, vanilla extract, sugar, all-purpose flour, baking powder, and kosher salt.
From a utilitarian perspective, a chef will need a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, a weed grinder, food processor, a wooden spoon, cheesecloth, and two large pots.
Just like with junk food, picking the right strain to use as the basis for your weed edible depends on the type of mood that you’re in and the type of social situation you plan on entering.
To begin the weed edible process, a chef must prepare the weed so that the elements that make a person feel “high” are present in the pastry. As High Times noted, “if you want to get high you’ll need to cook it, and you’ll need to do it right so you don’t waste it.”
Note that the boiling temperature for THC is 314ºF, and heating your cannabis too high for too long will result in lowered potency.
1.Preheat an over to 240 degrees (115 degrees Celsius). If you have an oven thermometer to gauge your oven’s true temperature, that is even better.
2. Break the leaf into more manageable pieces and place on a cookie sheet. Do not overload the marijuana.
3. Place it in oven and monitor for 30-40 minutes.
4. Take out of the oven, allowing the toasted marijuana to cool. Then place it in a food processor and pulse it for a second so that it becomes coarsely ground.