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Wednesday 12 August, 2020

5 dishes you can make with weed

On Monday, history was made in Trinidad and Tobago with the decriminalisation of marijuana for personal use.

Although legislation for the cultivation, sale and distribution of marijuana is still in the works, as of December 23, 2019, it’s now legal to have up to four cannabis plants and up to 30 grams of marijuana without a license.

The Cannabis Control Bill, which will govern the licensing of marijuana, has been sent to a Joint Select Committee of Parliament.

As with all regulated substances, please don’t serve marijuana to anyone without informing them and getting their consent first.

Also, please keep this, along with all other medications, out of the reach of children.

Check out these recipes for a heavenly experience:

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1. Canna-butter

Cannabis-infused butter is a great way to add marijuana to savoury or sweet dishes. Check out this recipe by Leafly: https://bit.ly/2rt0fLU


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2. Ganja brownies

It’s the classic way to enjoy edibles. Try these sea-salt brownies courtesy The Loud Bowl: https://bit.ly/2Mo8sYS


3. Cannabis gummies

It’s like the sweet treat you had a child but much better. Try this recipe courtesy Wake and Bake: https://bit.ly/2Zppifs


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4. Marijuana Mac and Cheese

You thought Mac and Cheese couldn’t get any better, right? Wrong. This quick recipe courtesy Cloudy Kitchen will have you on cloud nine: https://bit.ly/39dSE51   


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5. Marijuana Cookie Dough

No baking needed, simply whisk in some of your favourite cookie ingredients, add canna-butter and presto! Recipe here: https://bit.ly/2Sns0jP

Enjoy safely! 

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