What Makes Cannabis Recipes Work?

What Makes Cannabis Recipes Work?

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Overview

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.

The book is well-written, informative, carefully organized for maximum usage and is extremely helpful for introducing readers to the successful ways to incorporate cannabis into food recipes. The science and logic behind the culinary high is spelled out clearly in What Makes Cannabis Recipes Work? This book helps define that chemistry in a no-nonsense, straight forward way. From Ghee to Tar, even cannabis infused alcohol uses are covered – all backed by a fair and equal ethical warning for both users and those curious.



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940045608411
Publisher: Ronald E. Hudkins
Publication date: 01/27/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 259 KB

About the Author

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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