Judging from a lot of the emails I have been getting, many of you who have tried cannabis cooking and making edibles have been disappointed at the results.
Sometimes the edibles came out too strong which turned the person off to the experience. But more often than not, I am hearing from people who went to the time and expense of making edibles, only to get results that were too weak or had no noticeable effect at all.
To be sure, dosing is one of the trickiest parts of making edibles, which is why I devote A LOT of time to it in my full online Cannabis Cooking for Home Cooks course. But the reality is, many more factors come into play than simply using the right amount of marijuana. And I cover these in the course as well.
Sure the right amount of cannabis is important for dosing, but how you handle and process it, the temperatures you cook at and for how long, and even how you infuse the cannabis into your foods can make all the difference between a batch of edibles with no noticeable effects or one that gives you the results you need.
A misstep at any one of these critical points and your batch of edibles could disappoint, which means you have wasted both time and money.
How to Get Consistent Results When Making Edibles
Cannabis cooks who consistently get great results are not necessarily experienced chefs or culinary professionals, although some are). And they don’t need special machines or gadgets.
The difference between successful cannabis cooks and those who get mixed results from batch to batch is in the baseline knowledge of the principles and science of cannabis cooking.
Once you understand these basic rules, you too will be able to consistently get great results.
My comprehensive online course Cannabis Cooking for Home Cooks covers everything you need to know. The course is broken down into short, easy to digest lessons you can watch on your schedule.
Once enrolled you get lifetime access to the course, so you can refer to the lessons you need anytime you need them. Plus if you ever have questions or need some advice or troubleshooting, I am always available via email or our Cannabis Cooking for Home Cooks Facebook group.
I know how frustrating it can be when you are seeking relief from pain, or help going to sleep, or even a relaxing social experience with friends, and your edibles fail to deliver. Enroll in the Cannabis Cooking for Home Cooks online course now and never be disappointed in your homemade cannabis edibles again!