Why are Professional Chefs Going to Cannabis Cooking School?

By Cheri Sicard

Get the training you need to become a cannabis chef in your spare time by going to cannabis cooking school online with Cannademy!

I was talking with a friend the other day who was quite surprised to learn that a substantial percentage of of the students in Cannademy's comprehensive Cannabis Cooking Course are trained chefs and culinary professionals (we even have a Master Chef contestant among our students). 

My friend was surprised, but I wasn’t. 

Chefs take this course because they know the value and importance of culinary knowledge.  They trained a lot to become chefs after all.  

They also understand that, while they may know how to cook exceptionally well, they often don’t know where to begin when it comes to cooking with cannabis.  

Chefs understand that taking basic training from a trusted source can actually save them a lot of time and money in the long run.  And that’s important when cooking is your business.  Likewise it's no surprise that chefs and culinary professionals are seeking out cannabis cooking schools.

Cooking with Cannabis is Different

It’s not that cooking with marijuana is overly difficult, BUT, there are certain precise rules and fundamentals one must understand in order to get consistently great results.  Ignore these fundamentals and you’ll waste time and money and be left with edibles that fail to deliver on their promise.

I once attended a “cannabis cooking class” given by the personal chef of a prominent celebrity.  I use quotes around the words because, while this man was a classically trained chef, he did not know the first thing about cooking with marijuana. 

During the demonstration he proceeded to give his students all kinds of truly TERRIBLE advice.  One of the most egregious was he constantly touted the use of medicated oil in marinades.  I was incredulous.  Sure you could use cannabis oil in marinades but why in the world would you want to?  A tiny amount will be absorbed in the food but most will be thrown in the trash. 

For most people marijuana is an expensive ingredient, make sure you are actually putting it into the food you will be consuming. That particular cannabis cooking class went downhill from there. 

Cannabis Cooking School, the Antidote to Edibles Misinformation

chefs need cannabis cooking school to increase the bottom line

On the internet as well, you will find lots of conflicting information. 

Trust me when I tell you (because when I first learned to cook with marijuana, I did this), you will waste lots of weed trying to follow the bad advice out there, sometimes from prominent people and other times from amateur YouTubers. 

I can’t count the hours of research, testing, and trial and error I did when I first learned to cook with marijuana.  I had been a long time professional food writer and recipe developer at the time, but I had to go back and learn the basics of this unique set of skills before turning out consistently great tasting, perfectly dosed edibles. 

In two hours at Cannademy's online cannabis cooking school I can teach you what took me years to learn.  You won't need to waste time and money and marijuana experimenting in order to get it right.

After enrolling in the the comprehensive Cannabis Cooking Course, you get lifetime access, so you can refer back as often as you like and as many times as you like.  The information is broken down into short, easy to digest lessons (pun intended).

You also get me, Cheri Sicard, as your personal cannabis cooking coach and trouble shooter.  And you’ll find a community of like-minded home cooks in our Facebook group.

 So what are you waiting for? You already know how to cook.  Isn’t it high time you learned how to cook with cannabis?  Enroll in Cannabis Cooking School at Cannademy and learn this invaluable skill for the comfort and privacy of home.


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