Best Cannabis Cookbooks
By Rolling Up
Edibles are by far one of the best forms of consuming cannabis. It’s versatile and you get to consume it with your favorite foods and drinks. You’re technically killing two birds with one stone. Whether you’re a first timer or a budding chef, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get cooking.
Besides the title as having one of the most creative and witty names. This book breaks down all cooking techniques from budding chefs with 65 elevated recipes. There’s expert tips on strain pairings and modern political tidbits thrown in throughout the book.
Stephanie Hua is the mastermind behind the edibles line Mellows, a line specializing in handcrafted edible marshmallows. The book includes low dose recipes ranging from Banana Cream & Salted Caramel Cups to Coconut Oil infusions. This book includes 30 unique recipes on how to create specialty baked goods and savory dishes using cannabutter, oils, honey, maple syrup and other infusions.
Jeff the 420 Chef is loved by celebrities and fans in Los Angeles. He has been touted as the Julia Child of weed. He combines his love for cooking and fun approach when it comes to sharing low dose recipes to make at home. The recipes are fully adapted to your goals, whether it’s pain management, nourishment, or a quick snack the book is both entertaining and educational.
Natural living expert and author Robin Griggs Lawrence walks you through how to trim, process, store, and preserve cannabis. This book covers just about every meal you can think of from juices, appetizers, salads, entrees, desserts, and much more. Robin views cannabis as a fine ingredient that should be savored and enjoyed.
Author Warren Bobrow goes into great detail on how to decarb cannabis to release its psychoactive nature for drinks. It goes into how to drink cannabis for every meal including: coffee, tea, lemonade, mood enhancing syrups with different strains, and of course cocktails. Impress your friends with this book.