Today, we are making Cannabutter, which is butter that is infused with decarboxylated cannabis. To decarboxylate cannabis, low heat is applied to convert the non-intoxicating THCA to THC, the cannabinoid that gives the plant its special properties.
Cannabutter can be used in many cannabis infused recipes from appetizers to five-star entrees to decadent desserts. Without decarboxylation, the effects of your cannabis infused meals or edibles may be weak or lackluster.
In this exclusive video join Chef Sebastian Carosi, the short order cannabis revolutionary, as he guides you in making this versatile cannabis infusion ingredient. Quick, simple and most importantly, EASY!
How to Make Cannabutter
1. Decarboxylate the cannabis at 245 degrees for 45 minutes in the decarb box (you can find it from Magical Butter)
2. Using a straining tool and a bowl to catch the melted butter, pour and filter through to get rid of any solids.
3. Using a straining tool and a bowl to catch the melted butter, pour and filter through to get rid of any solids.
4. Place into a small mold and refrigerate. Use as needed.
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