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Decarbed nugs as seasoning

Discussion in 'Cooking With Cannabis' started by bigbo420, Mar 5, 2017.

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    bigbo420

    bigbo420 Active Member

    Tomorrow I plan on for first time making rosin by pressing a mug with a hair straightener. Just want to see what the hype was about and whether for me it was worth doing. My question is after pressing is it correct that the bug is then decarbed? And if so, would said nug provide any effect if used as a seasoning on pizza or other meals if applied while plating and/or cooking? Any experiences in anything similar to this will be great appreciated.
     
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    zoic

    zoic Well-Known Member

    I think there will be a little punch left in the nug, but I would expect the effects to be underwhelming IMHO. This is also something I wondered about so I would be thrilled to hear how the rosin was and also any feedback on the pizza garnish effects. I was thinking of adding it to my spaghetti sauce. :mrgreen:
     
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    Creature1969

    Creature1969 Well-Known Member

    It's my understanding that the hair straightener is a fast way to melt the trics off correct? Time and temp would be the deciding factor I suppose. I'd guess it's not long enough. But, that IS just a guess.
     
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    zoic

    zoic Well-Known Member

    I still have not tried it, but IIRC it only takes 3-7 seconds. Here is a link to a complete set of instructions.

    Link to article
     
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    bigbo420

    bigbo420 Active Member

    I will provide a smoke report on this thread as well as quantity of flower to concentrate. Hope to have that up by 8 PM EST. Data would should be considered inconclusive but still good to know/report. As for the bud I will still be applying to pizza I'll b ordering from papa johns. Do you recommend adding and eating or add bake a little more than eat? And spaghetti sauce sounds like what I'll b doing Tuesday night lol.
     
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    bigbo420

    bigbo420 Active Member

    Yes, based on my readings that is the general explanation and variables to consider.
     
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    bigbo420

    bigbo420 Active Member

    That is the first article I read on this technique. Watched a few videos. Seems simple enough, I'm really concerned with the effectiveness of the bugs for cooking and how much bud I should use in recipes.
    (Due to being a inactive member had to remove link while responding)
     

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