April 20th, 2010 | Basics, Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Medicinal, Recipes, Vegetarian, butter, flour, health, howto, leaf, marijuana, marijuana butter, medical marijuana, Medicinal
This recipe is developed from Nina’s Basic Medical Marijuana Recipe and can be used by people on the GAPs, SCD or other low-carb, no-grain diets. This method creates a marijuana flour which can be substituted for regular wheat flour in any of your favorite recipes.
- Using a coffee or spice grinder, process the medical marijuana until very fine, like flour. Sift the ground marijuana through a fine sieve and grind any larger particles again. Grind up as much as you need for your recipe.
- Melt 1/4 c butter in an iron skillet or other thick-bottomed pan.
- Add in the marijuana flour and saute on the absolutely lowest heat for at least 40 minutes. Keep stirring the mixture and do not let it burn. If necessary add more butter or add in some water to keep it from sticking. Keep an eye on it and don’t let it burn. Keep the mixture dry but don’t let it stick or it will burn.
After it is cooked allow it to cool and then use it as flour for any recipe.
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