Ricetta: latte alla cannabis

Recipe: cannabis milk

Cannabis, in addition to being taken alone, can also be an ingredient in various dishes, such as desserts, and therefore allows you to unleash your creativity in the kitchen by combining the love of eating well with the passion for cannabis itself. Today we offer you the recipe for cannabis milk, which can be drunk on its own or used in other recipes, such as smoothies or more elaborate dishes.

WHAT IS NEEDED:

  • Whole milk. It is important that the milk is whole and rich in fat, as these serve to unbind the cannabinoids from the Cannabis and allow them to enter into solution with the milk. Semi-skimmed or skimmed milk will be less effective in this regard.
  • Cannabis.
  • Strainer and cheesecloth.

Note: The amount of each ingredient will largely depend on your tolerance. As a general rule, you can start by using 5-10g per 250/500ml of milk, which is sufficient for most consumers. If, however, you usually smoke larger quantities of weed, you can change the dosage to 250ml of milk proportionally.

HOW TO PROCEED:

  1. Grind the cannabis into a fine powder (the finer it is, the better it will mix with milk).
  2. Pour the milk into a saucepan and heat it, but do not bring it to the boil.
  3. Add the ground cannabis to the milk and mix thoroughly.
  4. Heat the solution for an hour, maintaining a high temperature but without reaching the boiling point. Stir occasionally.
  5. Once the cooking time has passed, turn off the heat and let the milk cool.

Important: the milk must be heated for an hour to ensure the decarboxylation and binding of the cannabis. Without this process, the compounds contained in cannabis will not fully activate: the heat is necessary to ensure that the THC, CBD and other cannabinoids do their job.

  1. Strain the solution through the strainer and cheesecloth into an airtight container to ensure the plant matter is retained.

The milk is ready for use! You can now consume your psychoactive drink, or use it to prepare other recipes. If you want to store it, keep it in the refrigerator and remember to consume it before the expiry date shown on the milk package.

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