Before cannabis can be used in a recipe, it must go through an activation process. This premium cannabutter is a great addition to everyday recipes.
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3.5 grams of cannabis flower (about 1/8-ounce) 3 tablespoons distilled Water 1 cup unsalted Butter (8 ounces), preferably organic, grass-fed
Immersion stick circulator 1 vacuum sealed bag (vacuum sealable bags are preferable, but sturdy sealable plastic bags of quart size can be used in their place) 1 vacuum sealer
How to Make it
Place immersion circulator at 200degF. The cannabis buds should be ground into small pieces. Seal the bag with the vacuum sealer.
Drop the sealed bag in the water once the circulator reaches 200degF. Then, decarb for 30 mins, turning the bag every 10 minute to ensure that the cannabis is fully submerged in the water.
To stop the cooking process and preserve the terpenes, transfer the bag to a bowl with ice water. Let cool. Heat butter in a saucepan. Add cannabis to the pan and let it simmer for 20 minutes. Stir frequently. Let the butter mixture cool in the saucepan for another 30 minute.
The mixture should be strained through a fine mesh sieve and placed in a container with an airtight cover. You will have 12 tablespoons (3/4 cups) of cannabutter. The mixture contains about 43mg THC per tablespoon, based on the 20% strain. It should be kept refrigerated for at least 30 days.
This recipe yields 12 teaspoons cannabutter containing approximately 43mg of THC per tablespoon, based on a 20% strain
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