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Together Like Oil and Water

Cannabis beverages have been legal and on shelves for over a year in Canada. There are several popular brands in the USA like CANN Social Tonics and Mad Tasty. But cannabinoids are hydrophobic, will only dissolve in oils. So then, how do carbonated cannabis drinks exist? We interview Stacy Primack, the Culinary Director at SōRSE to provide a simple, but thorough explanation of how cannabis can be made to mix with water.

Cannabis Infused Bread

If there’s one thing that the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us, its that a lot of people secretly wanted to make bread, if only they had the time. Social distancing and economic shutdowns have an unfortunate way of forcing us all to have that extra time. We tested out adding several amounts of canola oil and THC to bread to see what happened to the texture and if the cannabis can survive the high temperature baking.

Cannabis Milk

Is a glass of warm, infused milk the ultimate drink before sleep? Milk has been proven to contain both tryptophan and melatonin, both proven to contribute to sleep. But is it enough?
We’ve done the most amount of research for you that you’ll ever see in a post like this to help answer this question!
Feel smarter and have fun at the same time. We invite you to read the full article.

New Posts

Eating It

Eating It

How can we eat cannabis? Let me count the ways. Hooray! More cannabis beverage brands like Cann, Dixie and Keef are launching in California. Sounds like good news right? Well if you were tentative about eating that gummy bear then you should be double wary about that...

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Article – Calgary Herald

Article – Calgary Herald

News Article - Calgary Herald Legal Edibles, other derivatives should add 3 million consumers to cannabis market Original article published 15 Sept 2019 By: Bill Kaufmann The second great Canadian cannabis rush is nearing the starting line, with pot entrepreneurs...

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Press Release – Startup

Press Release – Startup

Two young entrepreneurs, a geophysicist and a chemical engineer, have founded a start-up business aiming at the cannabis industry to help diversify their local economy. The main driver for their business is educating people about cannabis edibles, both making and consuming them. Friendibles is planning to launch an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign in 2019 for an instructional Toolkit.

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Legal in Canada

Legal in Canada

We're about to have legal edibles in Canada! October is right around the corner and legalization of edibles in Canada is just over 8 weeks away! Who's excited? We are at Friendibles, we think its great news for out kit. . . The B.C. Government just put out a call for...

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Rien Pour Vous

Rien Pour Vous

Any infused food that is “attractive to minors” (to eat) will be banned in La Belle Province. If you want something sweet, I guess that means you’ll have to make your own.

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Culture

Cooked with Cannabis Review S01E02

Cooked with Cannabis Review S01E02

Synopsis and review of episode two of Cooked with Cannabis, “Global Eats”. We provide a breakdown of what was made for each course in this cooking competition. In this episode, chefs are challenged to adopt a cultural cooking style for their cannabis infused dishes. The diverse group of chefs deliver tasty dishes inspired from Mexico, West Africa and Europe. Leather’s personality starts to shine through and guest judge Flula Borg steals moments of the show with his dry humor.

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Cooked with Cannabis Review S01E01

Cooked with Cannabis Review S01E01

Synopsis and review of episode one of Cooked with Cannabis, “Grilled Backyard BBQ”. We provide a breakdown of what was made for each course in this cooking competition. In this episode, chefs are challenged to use a BBQ grille to cook their cannabis infused dish. The infused food they are making looks delicious and some of it is even within my grasp of making at home. Although it wasn’t a homerun, the first episode showed enough potential that I’m willing to give this series a three-episode try-out.

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My In-Laws Tried Weed

My In-Laws Tried Weed

Need help getting someone to try weed? I broke through to my parents in-law with edibles. My in-laws had withstood 20 years of people trying to offer them joints and other dried marijuana to smoke. But when I offered them something to eat, it only took 15 minutes. In this article, I discuss what was important for me when introducing someone new to cannabis. With new edibles products on the market, I also have a look at some of the best ones to recommend to your friends or family just getting started.

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News

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