Thanksgiving is a time to acknowledge the aspects of our lives that we are grateful for! While we might be having less people at our table this year, we can still celebrate the gift of cannabis.
Decorate with Cannabis
Get festive ahead of time by making cannabis-leaf cut-out garland. Then, add a few fresh cannabis leaves to accent the gourds in your cornucopia. Make sure to put out a few fancy small plates for holding hand-rolled joints or other edibles for your guests to enjoy. Especially with COVID concerns, this is the year to make single-serve cannabis candies or treats to avoid sharing germs. You can find templates and other cannabis craft ideas on Pinterest!
Cook with Cannabis
Before you begin making any cannabis infusions, be sure that you decarb (decarboxylate) your trim or buds. This will ensure your canna oil (butter or coconut oil) has the best flavor and potency.
Cannabutter is an essential for savory Thanksgiving dishes!
Here’s a simple cannabutter recipe below to help get you started:
- Heat 1 cup of water and 1 cup of butter in a saucepan on low until combined
- Add 1 cup of coarsely ground decarbed cannabis and simmer for 2 to 3 hours, stirring occasionally so the mixture does not burn
- Remove from heat and strain cannabis out using a cheesecloth or fine-mesh strainer, and squeeze out all the butter before discarding
- Allow your remaining product (your cannabutter!) to come to room temperature and then use in your favorite Thanksgiving dishes, or store in the fridge or freezer
Canna Business Services is grateful for your readership and business this year! We hope you enjoy the season of giving. Contact Canna Business Services for any of your cannabis consultation services and application preparation needs!