Cooking with Stoners Delight cannabis is a hassle free way to enjoy weed for anyone who wants to avoid the health issues and stigma of smoking or just plain can’t roll a joint. A special section covers the different forms of cannabis, and explains how to adapt each recipe to your particular pot, so you can make sure a little goes a long way. And for days when you want to stay straight, these recipes are so downright yummy you will still feel happy, even without the buzz.
There are so many things you can do with cannabis besides smoking it away in a big ol’ blunt. And Stoners’ Delight is here to tell you about some of them. Weighing in at less than a 100 pages give the authors a break, they were probably busy, umm, “testing” the recipes this pot-centric cookbook offers instructions on how to make everything from the tried-and-true brownie to teas, drinks, and other non-flammable forms of enjoyment.
Cooking with cannabis is the easiest way to enjoy the herb without the hassle of all that paraphernalia and the health risks of smoking. Studies have shown that tar from joints can contain up to 50% more carcinogens and carbon monoxide than regular cigarettes, making this the perfect gift for anyone who wants to avoid the respiratory problems and stigma of smoking, or plain can’t roll a spliff.
Plus, with a section on the different forms that cannabis comes in, and how you can adapt your recipes to suit them, you can be sure to never overdo the dope. This no-nonsense, no-fuss cookbook ensures that even a half-baked chef can turn out perfect results every time.