Say goodbye to cannabis-infused brownies - Bake without the high πŸ’‘

Hey there! I totally get why you might be wondering why you should discard cannabis from brownies after cooking. It seems like such a waste, right? Well, let me break it down for you.

When it comes to cooking with cannabis, it's important to understand that the THC, the compound responsible for the psychoactive effects, is extracted from the plant material during the cooking process. This means that once you've cooked your brownies, the cannabis itself doesn't have much left to offer in terms of potency or flavor.

Here are a few reasons why you should consider removing the cannabis from your brownies after cooking:

1. Potency control: By removing the cannabis, you have more control over the potency of your brownies. This is especially important if you're sharing your edibles with others who may have different tolerance levels. Removing the cannabis allows you to accurately dose your brownies and ensure everyone has a pleasant experience.

2. Texture and taste: Let's be honest, chewing on plant material isn't the most enjoyable experience. By removing the cannabis, you're left with a smoother texture and a more pleasant taste. This allows you to fully enjoy the deliciousness of your brownies without any unwanted bits getting in the way.

3. Digestive issues: Cannabis plant material can be tough on the digestive system. It can cause discomfort and even lead to digestive issues for some people. By removing the cannabis, you're reducing the risk of any potential digestive problems that may arise from consuming the plant material.

Now, you might be wondering how to remove the cannabis from your brownies. It's actually quite simple! Once your brownies are fully cooked, allow them to cool completely. Then, using a sharp knife, carefully cut around the cannabis pieces and remove them from the brownies. You can discard the cannabis or find other creative uses for it, like composting.

Remember, if you're new to cooking with cannabis, it's always a good idea to start with a low dose and gradually increase it until you find your sweet spot. And of course, always store your cannabis-infused edibles in a safe place, away from children and pets.

I hope this answers your question and helps you on your journey to becoming a cannabis connoisseur. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. Happy baking!

Jane Fahey
Samantha enjoys hiking, yoga, and spending time with her dog. She is also an avid reader and loves to learn about new topics.

Jane Fahey is a seasoned cannabis connoisseur and a prolific writer with over a decade of experience in the cannabis industry. Through her writing, she advocates for the potential benefits of cannabis, aiming to dispel the misconceptions and stigma associated with its use. Her passion for education and exploration propels her to provide comprehensive guides and insights about the world of cannabis.