The Art of Weed Butter: Recipes and Tips for Dope Cannabutters and Delicious Edibles

The Art of Weed Butter: Recipes and Tips for Dope Cannabutters and Delicious Edibles

by Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey

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The Art of Weed Butter: Recipes and Tips for Dope Cannabutters and Delicious Edibles by Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey

Make your butter just right and you’ll gets the highest quality results.

This is the first book dedicated to teaching the professional level skills needed to get the most of your baking and cooking with weed butter. Including recipes for cannabis-infused butters, spreads, and oils, this straightforward guide details how to use these core THC-boosted building blocks as the magic ingredient for all your favorite recipes.

More than just recipes, this cutting edge cookbook offers the most up-to-date techniques and tricks including the use of a crock pot, Instant Pot and sous vide. From guacamole and fried chicken to Nutella and banana bread, if you love it, this book will teach you the best way to infuse it with exactly how much THC you want.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612438870
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publication date: 12/18/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book

About the Author

Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey is a multidisciplinary cannabis entrepreneur who has been working legally with medical marijuana since 2005. Through her visibility, advocacy for inclusion, and education efforts, she hopes to help navigate an authentic future for women of color in the cannabis industry.

Her love for cooking goes back to her childhood. Born in New York City to West African parents, she has learned that the strongest links to culture are found in food. As a cannabis entrepreneur and creative director, she works for many cannabis firms, including Whoopi Goldberg, and Maya Elizabeth’s business designed to relieve everyday discomfort through edible and topical marijuana relief.

Her career path illustrates a shift for many women involved with cannabis. As perceptions of the plant and its legality have changed, she has parlayed her deep belief in cannabis’s nurturing and healing power into a profession and passion. She currently resides in California and Mexico working as a writer, consultant, and researcher exploring the African diaspora in Latin America through food and oral history. Her web address www.mennlay.com.