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Crock Pot Cannabutter for Dummies

Discussion in 'Cooking With Cannabis' started by ero, Jan 22, 2011.

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    Growdict

    Growdict Well-Known Member

    i use 1 oz of DRIED trim/popcorn to 1 cup coconut oil.
     
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    idfuckmyplants

    idfuckmyplants Well-Known Member

    Just seen this lol well I've ended up using about 5 oz low grade trim to 500 g butter , going to try make 5 100g portions of butter to cook with lol
     
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    High_Im_Stoney

    High_Im_Stoney New Member

    You have to decarb the flower first in the oven. Otherwise known as decarboxylation. Before infusing it with butter you need to bake it at 240 degrees for 30-60 mins (depending on how fresh the product you are using is). This will make it 'psychoactive'. It should turn golden brown a little crispy. After this you are now ready to make edibles, tea, whatever you want!!
     
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    zshamrock

    zshamrock Member

    Just opened a gift box.... full of a beautiful little crockpot.. perfect timing to see this post.. and might I add a HUGE thanks to Ero!!! I am going to pop it's.... well I am gonna make my first attempt at budder.. 1/2 pound of clarified butter, 3/4 oz > 19 THC bud along with some water.... trial and hopefully no error... then use it in caramel candy... oh please oh please oh please bud Gods.....!!
     
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    zshamrock

    zshamrock Member

    Thank you Thank you!! did it last night and it is in the fridge now to set up.... so much easier than the stove top method... worked out Great!!... you ROCK!!!!
     
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    Don't Bogart

    Don't Bogart Well-Known Member

    This is from page 1. With the Author's recipe.
    I need to jump in here with a segue. At the beginning of this post the author had suggested to dispose of the compost.
    I beg to differ. I've taken this and with a little garlic, spread it on some homemade bread. About 2 hours later I WANTED MORE !!
    As a Scot I believe in "Waste not want not." I'm not wanting a hard core high, but I do find this a nice way of get a sustainable toasting when you need to go visit "Auntie" without smelling like your best product.
    Also you can add some nice shredded Parmesan cheese, (I prefer Romano),. Make a spaghetti sauce, throw it in. You can see where I'm going with this....
    Your comments.
     
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    zshamrock

    zshamrock Member

    I sure wondered about just trashing or composting the dregs... after separating the butter by pressing it I wrapped the dregs in the foil and placed it in the freezer... I am gonna add some olive oil to it and see if I can get any medicinal benefit from it as a tincture or salve.. waste not, want not... well it's NOT just for Scots anymore!! ☘️I think the Irish will try it!!
     

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