Cannabis Infused Food: How To Have Your Weed And Eat It Too

Cannabis Infused Food: How To Have Your Weed And Eat It Too

Today, many chefs are trying to destigmatize the use of cannabis by creating delicious (healthy) cannabis infused food and organizing surprising dinner parties. If you’re looking for a new culinary experience, read this article and start planning your next party.

Cannabis as an ingredient in food, it’s not new

Edibles have been around for a long time. Cannabis infused food like candies and brownies are well known snacks to many who likes to get buzzed without smoking. This means that using cannabis as an ingredient isn’t something new. Except that lately, this concept has risen to a whole new level. Let’s have a look at some nice developments.

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Let’s start with some next level edibles

Have you ever tried a cannabis infused onion dip? It’s one of the edibles chef Payton Curry has created to help people experience not only the benefits of the THC and/or CBD, but also the amazing taste of the product itself. For those with a sweet tooth who want to start using THC foods, the jam made by chef Stephany Gocobachi sounds like a nice option. One scoop contains 2.5 mg of THC, a nice and soft way to start your day. These products make it easy to integrate the use of cannabis into your day, whether it’s at breakfast or while watching a movie with friends.

Private cannabis dinners

Dinner parties can be a hassle to organize. You want to surprise your guests with something they haven’t experienced before. Of course you could hire a famous French chef, or serve a delicious Moroccan tagine, yet there’s another option. What about hiring a caterer specialized in cannabis infused fine-dining? Now that’ll impress your guests!

High-end ingredients and cannabis are the secret to this company’s catering service

The Herbal Chef is probably one of the most renowned companies in the field of cannabis infused fine-dining. The founder and CEO, Christopher Sayegh, can only be described as passionate and very creative. According to the company’s website, the chef is currently “producing gourmet edibles, frozen CBD and THC-infused dinners.” If you plan on hosting a fabulous dinner party which will truly amaze all your guests, you might want to give The Herbal Chef a call.

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Slow Braised Pork Belly and Rib Eye, with a touch of our favorite herb

Miguel Trinidad loves taking things to a new level. Infused lobster risotto or infused steak tartare are only a couple of examples of what he serves his clients. It’s clear he loves using cannabis as an ingredient, using every bud’s own flavor profile to create the perfect dish. Your guests will get a five-course dinner, dosed at 15 mg maximum. With every course you’ll see people get more comfortable and enjoying funny but also philosophical conversations. Well, you know how that goes with dinner parties.

Choosing the right caterer

There are many examples of culinary catering services using cannabis in their dishes. But who to choose for your next dinner party? One of the most important things is talking about their dosing approach. You must know how much THC or CBD is going to be used. Tell the caterer what your objectives are: do you want to get high, or just relaxed from your cannabis infused food? And of course, don’t forget to tell your guests there’s a little surprise in their meal.