4/20 Roundup: The Best Foodie Advice from the Web

April 20, 2016 | By | Comments (0)
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It’s April 20th, also known as 4/20, the unofficial holiday of stoners. Those who can manage to stumble through the clouds of smoke and make it to their computer will see the internet is in full swing celebrating with cannabis guides, weed history lessons, and edibles recipes that would make Snoop Dogg himself proud.

Bon Appétit 

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Source: Bon Appétit

Puns abound during this holiday. No exception is Bon Appétit’s T.H.Ghee recipe. With two ingredients, this edibles recipe is a simple option to use in recipes that call for butter or ghee.

Buzzfeed

Ever wanted to know what bad decisions taste like? Probably similar to the Mountain Dew Doritos Cupcakes on Buzzfeed’s list of “15 Snacks That Are Just As Excited For 4/20 As You Are

Delish

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Source: Delish

Getting straight to the important stuff, Delish’s gallery “17 Recipes You Won’t Survive 420 Without” has everything you need, ranging from tot-chos to Snickers lasagna and other extra delicious snacks.

Eater

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“Start the weekend off with a bong.” is the opening quote to this recipe. You don’t need to know much else besides this breakfast involves a “super food” (chia seeds) and cannabis-infused coconut oil. Breakfast of champions.

Food Republic 

Food Republic had an interview with author Robyn Lawrence, the mastermind of The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook. Lawrence speaks about the reasoning behind her writing a healthier edibles cookbook, with a focus on marijuana as a culinary ingredient and medicinal herb, versus it just being a “deliverer of THC.”

Munchies

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Source: Munchies

Last but definitely not least is (what a surprise) Munchies. Ever wondered who the genius behind weed brownies was? Or how to infuse olive oil with cannabis? Or needed a guide to eating marijuana? Munchies has you covered in all of that and even more.

If reading this post made you hungry, try one of our favorite brownie recipes:

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