Calm Effects: The Beginning!: Unique Cannabis Cookbook

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Calm Effects: Cannabis Cookb, Dec 13, 2010 - Cooking - 108 pages
Unique and wonderful recipes that include cannabis. A full body high, unlike smoking it. It’s a great way for those that need cannabis for medication that cannot smoke it. A great start for anyone who is interested in cooking in medicinal foods. For the professional and the beginning cook. Over 70 very unique recipes that anyone interested in this type of cooking will enjoy to learn and experiment with. Each recipe comes complete with nutritional facts and serving size. this book is the first of a five book series.
 

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Contents

Calming Cakes
5
Calming Candy
17
Calming Cookies
29
Calming Ice Cream
41
Calming Muffins And Breads
53
Calming Old Time Favorites
65
Calming Pies
75
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B. Johnson, a California native, enjoys cooking and his experiences in the culinary Arts. Cooking cannabis is a fine art, one that requires patience. The authors learned through trial and error how to cook fine dishes with cannabis After going to culinary arts classes B. Johnson started to cook for his daughter and wife for some illnesses they have. The more he experimented with Cannabis the more they enjoyed his cooking, along with many others with illnesses and with the support of his wife, the co-author of this book M. Hartman were encouraged to do just that, write a cookbook. M. Hartman a Netherlands native, the tester of the recipes was raised in California. Moved to northern California were she met B. Johnson 4 years years ago when they were married, were they continue to work on more recipes for their next book.

B. Johnson, a California native, enjoys cooking and his experiences in the culinary Arts. Cooking cannabis is a fine art, one that requires patience. The authors learned through trial and error how to cook fine dishes with cannabis After going to culinary arts classes B. Johnson started to cook for his daughter and wife for some illnesses they have. The more he experimented with Cannabis the more they enjoyed his cooking, along with many others with illnesses and with the support of his wife, the co-author of this book M. Hartman were encouraged to do just that, write a cookbook. M. Hartman a Netherlands native, the tester of the recipes was raised in California. Moved to northern California were she met B. Johnson 4 years years ago when they were married, were they continue to work on more recipes for their next book.

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