Friday, 26 September 2008

Basic Cannaboil

Cannabis cooking oil has two main advantages over cannabutter - you can cook with it at higher temperature (necessary for some of the recipes) and it lasts longer if you store it.


30 grams of cannabis
1.5 litres of cooking oil

Once again, this is the basic ratio, feel free to modify this up or down.

Cooking Instructions:

Heat the oil in a large saucepan or frying pan, but be careful that it doesn't start to boil. Hot and just below boiling is the temperature that you want.

Add the cannabis (which should be in a fine powder, like with the cannabutter), and maintain it at a low simmer. If it starts to boil, turn down the heat immediately - it'll ruin the flavour of the entire batch if it burns. Keep stirring it, and let it simmer for two hours or so. The oil will turn a greenish black colour - once it has, it is ready.

Let it cool, then strain it throroughly, and discard the cannabis. It's now ready for use!

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