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Anyone here decarb in a mason jar in the oven?

Discussion in 'Cooking With Cannabis' started by madcuzbad, Aug 26, 2017.

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    madcuzbad

    madcuzbad Member

    The jar shouldn't crack and it shouldn't smell too bad right?
     
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    Fender Guitar

    Fender Guitar Active Member

    I decarb on a cookie sheet but mason jars should work fine.
     
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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    Depends if those jars are heatproof at the Temps you'd decarb at.
     
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    Deathpack

    Deathpack Member

    I've seen people do this before. also have seen some even cook their material inside a sealed mason jar dropped into boiling water. This really all depends on the quality of the glass, the cook time, and how much of a daredevil you are haha.... with heat and gases, pressure could build up and cause trouble if you don't take the right precautions.....

    If you are worried about the smell, try to looking up different ways to decarb without an oven.. there are many ways to do so , even by using heavy duty sealer bags and boiling water.... the possibilities are endless..


    Hope this helps,

    :D

    ~death
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Just cook some stinky curry at the same time.
     
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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    Make a fish dish.
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Thing I hate cooking the most, san pedro or peruvian torch. It smells like all vegetables mixed into one flavor. Abominable.
     
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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    Snowman
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    You are in essence creating a glass pressure cooker. What could go wrong?

    When canning food in a mason jar, the lid is not on tight; gases can escape. When you take the heat away the vapors in the jar cool and create a vacuum sucking the lid on tight.

    It's not the heat you have to worry about, it's the pressure. You need some way to let it escape above a certain level. The vacuum sealed bag in boiling water is a much better option. If it over pressurizes and you don't catch it, it will just put a tear in the bag. No flying glass.
     
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    Creature1969

    Creature1969 Well-Known Member

    If you're that worried about odor, there's an expensive little appliance that will decarb up to an oz at a time in under an hour with zero odor. "ardent Lift".

    I can vouch that's it's wayyy over priced but it does work as advertised.
     
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    HeatlessBBQ

    HeatlessBBQ Well-Known Member

    Nope.

    I decarb My twim at 220-250 degrees F for 15- 21 minutes.

    It will always smell good and never crack the jar.
    You should not keep the jar lid too tight. or You will crack the jar. :)

    blessings
    ~BBQ
     
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    swedsteven

    swedsteven Well-Known Member

    Love to cook chocolat @220 20min 20170917_103616.jpg
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    OP sounds explosive .....either way it should be entertaining ....don't forget pics please....
     
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    GrowGorilla

    GrowGorilla Well-Known Member

    I think it's easier on a cookie sheet but should be okay in a mason jar.
     

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