Enjoy the culinary experience a little better with a few tips
Cannabidiol (CBD) is going to be one of the most popular infused products found on store shelves for years to come. It is going to be added to foods, beverages, topicals, creams and virtually anything consumers can dream of, but it isn’t limited to just store-bought goods. Baking at home with cannabis doesn’t have to be difficult if you apply a little knowledge.
CBD can be baked into brownies, cakes, pies or any dish you want. Beginners should start with full-spectrum CBD tinctures, as these give the best results until the recipe is fine-tuned.
Any recipe that calls for oil or butter can be made with CBD. The difficulty comes in when determining how much CBD oil or butter to use. As a general rule of thumb, the size of the batch being baked is used to calculate the amount. For example, if a recipe yields 12 cookies, then multiply the dosage you want by 12 and use that amount of oil.
If you have a lot of experience in the kitchen, but not much experience baking with CBD, start with recipes you’re most familiar with. Test your ability with these before branching out into more difficult or intense concoctions in order to feel comfortable with the dosing and the measurements.
CBD is an excellent addition to virtually any recipe. It’s an easy way to receive a supply of cannabis to help fight a number of medical issues and can also be used just to relax or decompress after a hard day. It’s almost impossible to overdose on CBD, so baking with too much is a relative term, but going overboard will definitely affect the taste.