What Makes Cannabis Recipes Work?

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This book reveals the process for creating the essential ingredients necessary for marijuana infusion into foods such as Cannabutter, Ghee, Cannabis Tar and Cannabis Cooking Brandy. It is a smart and helpful guide towards understanding and successfully making cannabis recipes work. More

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About Ronald E. Hudkins

Ronald E. Hudkins (1951-Present) was born in Canton, Ohio and grew up in Massillon, Ohio. He was drafted into military service in 1970 where he remained up until 1993 when he retired honorably from the U.S. Army, Military Police Corps. During his service and after, he attended many universities that include Kent State University, Maryland University, Central Texas College (European Branch), Blair Junior College, Hagerstown Junior College and Phoenix University. He mostly completed general studies but declared two majors in the areas of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Although he was an intelligent student he was never on the Dean's List, or voted a most likely to succeed candidate. He did not graduate with any specific degree however if you were to consider all his credits and self-study he could reasonably be considered a Rogue Scholar.

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What Makes Cannabis Recipes Work?
This book reveals the process for creating the essential ingredients necessary for marijuana infusion into foods such as Cannabutter, Ghee, Cannabis Tar and Cannabis Cooking Brandy. It is a smart and helpful guide towards understanding and successfully making cannabis recipes work.

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Review by: Literary Chaos on Feb. 3, 2014 :
Marijuana seems to be the talk of the town these days. A lot of people are expecting a lot more states in the US to legalize it. If you follow the stock markets these days, Marijuana stocks are moving at a hot pace making a lot of investors more than enough money money for their weed habits. That said, more forms of ingestion (beyond smoking) are popping up for the world’s most controversial herb.

"What Makes Cannabis Recipes Work" by Ronald Hudkins is a cookbook that doesn't just give recipes but explains what makes the recipes succeed in getting you stoned. Assuming smoking isn't the best way to get THC into your system this book offers an alternative to consuming all that smoke, tar, and other toxins: cook with marijuana. This book contains an array of biologically sound recipes for comfortably ingesting marijuana while getting the most effect out of it. For example, “Melt 1 pound of butter or ghee in a saucepan. Add to this several ounces of finely sifted marijuana. Simmer and stir for a few minutes until the butter takes on the greenish color of the grass.” The recipes span from butters to brandy. It covers how to prepare, strain, maximize THC culling. It also tells you about taste so as to give you hints of how to successfully use each recipe. It also explains some of the common mistakes people make when preparing impotent marijuana teas and other failing recipes.

This is quite an informative book. It’s a fun, interesting read. You’d be hard pressed to find somebody who wouldn't learn a thing or two about ganja, THC, or its solubility. If you’re interested in marijuana or hash but don’t like tearing your lungs apart (like when using two hot knives pressed together to burn a ball of hash) then give this book a read and use it to find new ways to get stoned.
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