Gummy’s

SBBCal

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Switching up on the oil pills and making some gummy’s with some Trainwreck trim/larf . Going to make some bubble hash or may use sissor- hash and also going to try to use coco canna oil. Heard that the lecithin will bind the juice and oil…. Hopefully. Still need to get juice actually :???: . First time making gummy’s so wtf knows the end result. Most likely tonight/tomorrow I’ll give it a go.
- has anyone used lecithin with coco oil?? Does it work?? Thx.501E2EE6-D3CF-4BDF-8072-BB96843EAE2F.jpeg
 

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The lecithin works and helps emulsify the cannabis oil into the coconut oil
Fats readily mix together, the lecithin helps to hold everything in place and some say it helps boost the way you metabolize the coco oil through your liver
Didn't bother adding lecithin to my last coco oil because I forgot to add it in typical stoner fashion
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Here is my coconut oil, small jar, the two behind it are cannabis simple syrup
I did not do my insane filtering of the tincture before reducing it into the oil so it has a bit of chlorophyll
 

SBBCal

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Right on , just wanted to hear something like that before I waste time/weed trying to bind those.. I’m picking up the rest of the shit later and will try tonight. Thx for the reply :joint:
 

Dr.Amber Trichome

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Thx, still not as flavorful as I want. Have you used concentrate juice? Also I think the natural gelatin is playing a part in the blandness
No just the package jello. Yes you might just need to change to a sugar jello with more flavor. What’s that beef stuff for? That sounds really weird to mix into gummies. Lol. But hey whatever works ! More than one way to skin a cat!
 

SBBCal

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Was just trying to keep the sugar down so I used that gelatin. It has no taste but for sure is missing the sugar of jello. I’m going to try some concentrate juice and see. I’ve already have quite a bit of canna coco-oil made so I’ve got room to play around.. I’ll get jello for backup. Thx again! :joint:
 

waterproof808

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I recommend using organic corn syrup and heating it up with your juice to the "Softball" stage with a candy thermometer. It will help give it some sweetness and have a firmer texture. Once, you reach the softball stage reduce your heat and add the gelatin, then remove from heat and add your canna oil+lecithin or guar gum.
 

SBBCal

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I recommend using organic corn syrup and heating it up with your juice to the "Softball" stage with a candy thermometer. It will help give it some sweetness and have a firmer texture. Once, you reach the softball stage reduce your heat and add the gelatin, then remove from heat and add your canna oil+lecithin or guar gum.
Thanks! I've been playing with the recipe for a bit but haven't been 100% satisfied with it. With the ingredients above I was trying to stay low on sugar. But yeah those were a bit soft. :joint:
 
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