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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    Tejashidrow

    Tejashidrow Active Member

    Most techs say to disacate weed before decarb
    Once weed is disacated ( I.e. Remove moisture as in dry)
    It can go into a seal jar.
    In order to make enough steam pressure to "explode" a mason jar
    You'd need some water in the bottom of the sealed jar.
    I get what your trying to convey so yes
    If you put 1/4 cup of water with your weed that will increase the chances of explosion.
    Years (many many too many) ago being new to decarb I put 1/4 oz fresh
    Cut in a sealed mason jar into the oven to decarb.
    New to decarbing at that time
    250 f degrees- 90 mins........,
    No explosion but nasty baked weed
    So stoner can follow the tech = no explosions
    If stoner add water to the tech the possibility of explosion goes up...
     
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    Tejashidrow

    Tejashidrow Active Member

    Most techs say to disacate weed before decarb
    Once weed is disacated ( I.e. Remove moisture as in dry)
    It can go into a seal jar.
    In order to make enough steam pressure to "explode" a mason jar
    You'd need some water in the bottom of the sealed jar.
    I get what your trying to convey so yes
    If you put 1/4 cup of water with your weed that will increase the chances of explosion.
    Years (many many too many) ago being new to decarb I put 1/4 oz fresh
    Cut in a sealed mason jar into the oven to decarb.
    New to decarbing at that time
    250 f degrees- 90 mins........,
    No explosion but nasty baked weed
    So stoner can follow the tech = no explosions
    If stoner add water to the tech the possibility of explosion goes up...
     
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    pain4life

    pain4life Well-Known Member

    If you leave the lid 1/4 turn loose (like when canning in a water bath) it will be fine. I use my pressure cooker to decarb and it works great!
     

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