Posts in Edible Medibles
Hemp Textured Vegetable Protein

Hemp Textured Vegetable Protein tastes great and is healthier than meat. Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) is sold as a meat substitute in supermarkets, for example Morningstar Farms or Atlantic Natural Foods.  Many vegetarians have celebrated their early experiences with TVP only to learn later about the many health considerations associated with eating soy. In honor of the late, dynamic cannabis activist, Anthony Bourdain, let's explore a hemp based TVP possibility.

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Corona Beer Adds Cannabis

That's exactly what Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) has in mind. The S&P 500 member, known for its Corona beer and other alcohol brands, announced that it's investing $245 million (in Canadian dollars) to buy a 9.9% stake in Canopy Growth Corporation (NASDAQOTH: TWMJF). Canopy Growth is a leading medical marijuana provider in Canada.

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CBD Producers Are Targeted By The FDA

On November 01, 2017 the Food and Drug Administration stated; "Marijuana doesn't cure cancer. It has not been shown to somehow explode tumor cells or promote the growth of new brain cells. Substances that contain components of marijuana will be treated like any other products that make unproven claims to shrink cancer tumors.

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Pot Pizza Taste Great

Pizza is an Italian styled American favorite. However, depending on how the pizza pie is made, the crust may be too doughy, dense, and/or heavy. As a result, the thunder is stolen from all those delicious toppings. This medicated recipe attempts to rectify this potential issue. Puff pastry dough creates a light, flaky, and dreamy pizza many have yet to experience. Built with favored toppings, this recipe will turn into a new weekly favorite.

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Cannabis Infused Butter

Cannabis-infused butter (cannabutter) is one of the simplest and most common ways to make medicated foods, yet making infused butter properly can be a little bit tricky. In order for THC to properly decarboxylate—change from its acid form to its psychoactive form—the cannabis needs to be heated at low temperatures over long periods of time.

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