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Old 09-23-2005, 06:48 PM #31
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does cannabutter actually taste ok? and once it is made the thc is activated right?....
so in theory (really nasty) if someone were to just eat a chunk of cannabutter, it would get them high?
yes get u really high. have a fun ride dont eat a whole batch unless its not that potent or high grade meaning made with hash or buds or keif. I like to use keif very fast and makes for a nice potent high thats pure and has none(or very little) plant flavor.
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Well everyone I am excited to see this recipe has been recieved this well.

Thank you all for the kinds words. And remember, Don't let your special edibles mix up with the ones for your kids teacher!

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Nice guide with all the pics Haschishin, you made everything very easy for me to understand whilst baked...This should be a sticky.

I remember eating brownies one time and feeling that I was falling into and becoming one with the chair...I ended up falling asleep. Good times.
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Nice guide with all the pics Haschishin, you made everything very easy for me to understand whilst baked...This should be a sticky.

I remember eating brownies one time and feeling that I was falling into and becoming one with the chair...I ended up falling asleep. Good times.
Thanks man, Lol and I know what you mean the high from these edibles is out of this world
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great thread. i made some last weekend and it was amazing. the thing is that when you use the water most of the horrible nasty taste goes away whn you dump the water. i mean it definately aint no land o lakes but it is a whole lot better than the saute method which i by the way will never use again.

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It was suggested to me to try and find butter with as high a fat count as possible. French butter, some special cow or something. I was just wondering if anyone tried fancy butter.
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abeat- i use decent organic butter. i am pretty keen cook and french butter can is outstanding but it really doesnt matter so much with this technique. good run of the mill whole butter is good. i mean you really do not want it much stronger. from a half oz of trim. i made 24 cookies and no one wanted two. most wished they'd only had a half. these weren't lightweights either.

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i should also say that i only used half of the butter i made. so there is a whole nother stick in there ready to use.

it was good trim though.
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