Reader Comments

by july proulx (2019-09-11)

 |  Post Reply

YooForic CBD Gum It is usually served by filling it with all kinds of sweet ingredients such as jams, honey, cream, cream ... But they can also be filled with cheese, cooked ham, sausage ... They differ from pancakes that basically do not have yeast and are larger in diameter. As usual in our cannabis blog, we adapt all kinds of recipes to add our special ingredient: cannabis. Lovers of cannabis cuisine will find a different way to consume cannabis and different from typical biscuits or cookies. Beginners can also enter this exciting world with a recipe for cannabis crepes very easy to make. The first thing as always is to integrate cannabis into the ingredients. In this case we have milk as a fatty material to dissolve the trichomes of the buds. So we put in a saucepan the milk and crushed buds over low heat, stirring so that it does not spill when boiling. About 30 minutes will be enough to dissolve the trichomes, as well as to decarboxylate the cannabinoids and for THC to have psychoactive effects. We use a strainer to remove plant matter and we already have our cannabis milk for crepes. It is better that you do this a couple of hours in advance, since cannabis milk should be completely cold. When working with eggs, if we add hot milk they will curdle and we will get a cream. In a blender glass we add all the ingredients and using a blender, beat well until there is no lump. This mixture can be used at the moment, but it is always advisable to rest in the fridge for at least one hour. We see that the preparation is fast, but the recommended resting time will improve both the taste, texture and also ease of making crepes. Once the dough has rested, mix with the help of a spoon. You must have a texture like liquid cream. If it has gone very thick you can add a little milk. We put the pan over medium heat, and grease it with a little oil. You can use a paper napkin smeared in oil, for example. Wait until the pan is very hot, and one with a saucepan pour a small amount. Move the pan to help the dough spread throughout the surface.

Add comment