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Brandon Allen

Trichome Institute Partner. Cannabis Chef. Full-Time RVing with his bride and three dogs!

10 Things Every Cannabis Chef Needs

Whether you're a professional chef or a home cook, here are the top 10 things anyone cooking with cannabis needs to have in their kitchen! 1.  Scale Scales are generally found in the kitchens of many bakers.  When fine tuning recipes for bread, cakes, and pastries, it's a lot more accurate to weigh out each individual ingredient.  A cup of one person's flour could weigh significantly different than another, depending on the flour, humidity, how the flour was packed into the cup, and the accuracy of the cup itself.  However, most savory chefs and cooks don't use scales nearly as often as a baker... until cannabis got involved! There are two types of digital sales that I would recommend having in your kitchen.  The first is a .01 gram scale, which is best when working with cannabis flower and infusion bases like olive oil or ghee.  The second is a .001 gram scale, which is best for weighing out concentrates, especially when you're using less than a gram worth. These are the two scales that I currently use on a regular basis in my kitchen.  They are super affordable and they've handled a bit of tough love as well.

Cannabis Edibles & Terpenes

Are you a chef or a cook?  Do you cook often at home?  Have you ever made a recipe with fresh...

10 Tips for a High Quality Weed Experience

To have the best cannabis experience, you need to know how to identify high-quality weed and then...

Cannabis Decarboxylation

Check out the video below on cannabis decarboxylation and why it's so important for edibles!

Can hemp get you high?

Politicians and lawmakers may not want to hear this information, but I think many of you will.

CBD and other Cannabinoids from Yeast

I've known about biosynthetic cannabinoids for a while, but I never really dove into the research....

Can a marijuana edible act as a sublingual?

Most people think of the stomach when it comes to an edible high, but what really makes the magic...

Cannabis Taxonomy Update: What do Indica, Sativa, and Ruderalis mean?

Cannabis: when we use this word, what are we really talking about? Since the 1700’s, there has been...

The History of the Word Marijuana

The extent of misinformation about cannabis in our culture has had drastic impacts both within and...

5 Things Your Dog Needs to Know About Cannabis

Your dog is a mammal and that means it has an Endocannabinoid System (ECS). So, cannabis may be an...

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