7 Best The Cannabis Cookbook For Kitchen
We have massive respect for people who cook. And even more for those who cook with cannabis. Seriously, anyone looking for a cannabis cookbook is a legend in themselves.
Because, they’ve come a long way with the cannabis journey, dreaming and living weed for years. And now is the right time to cook their own weed recipes! Yes, their own cannabis breakfasts and dinners, lunches, and desserts!
So we made the hunt for the best stoner cookbook for you. We finally made the list of cannabis cookbooks that will appeal to your taste bud and take care of your health at the same time.
Let’s find 7 must-have cannabis cookbooks for your kitchen:
Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails, and Tonics: The Art of Spirited Drinks and Buzz-Worthy Libations, Warren Bobrow
“Cocktails are society’s most enduring invention,” someone said. Well, not precisely when something like a cannabis cocktail exists. You can also have these enduring inventions right in your kitchen with the Cannabis cocktails book.
Several bars serve cannabis cocktails mocktails these days, and we’re sure you want to catch up on the recipes for dinner parties & weekend parties at your home.
But if you’re a beginner, you may not know the nuts and bolts of making cannabis cocktails. It is where this cannabis kitchen book chips in as a valuable guide to cannabis drink recipes.
From methods to ingredients, equipment to storage, and history to the social use of marijuana, Warren sums up everything you should know about cannabis drinks.
Here’s the ultimate USP of the book: you’ll also have a hands-on, exciting recipe for shrubs, butter, oils, tea, coffee, and milk-based drinks for daily rituals.
Bong Appetit: Mastering the Art of Cooking With Weed, By the Editors of Munchies
Don’t call yourself a weed fan if you haven’t seen the popular Munchies and Viceland television series! The same series has been adapted into the stoner cookbook for the new generation.
The weed book teaches you everything about infusing (oils, butter, alcohol, milk, and more) with cannabis and comes up with exciting recipes as weed steak salad and butter-basted chicken.
It doesn’t fold at recipes, though. The book hooks you with touching other subjects as marijuana politics, strains, and flavors, dosage, etc.
The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook: Feel-Good Food for Home Cooks By Robyn Griggs Lawrence
Nothing gets the best compilation than collecting recipes from specialized marijuana chefs and bartenders. The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook just seals it perfectly when it comes to pruning down the experiences of people who specialize in cannabis-infused food.
Cooking with a weed book was never this easy until this book showed up. It has cannabis recipes from a dozen chefs and one bartender in the simplest way.
It helps you see through a 100-plus-page section that discusses everything about buying, identifying, and cooking with cannabis. You won’t have to worry about cooking cultivars and dosing tips because it thoroughly touches them too.
Cannabis Cuisine By Andrea Drummer
Do you think food always comes first? You cling to the same school of thought as Andrea Drummer, the chef and the author of this home cook guide. This cannabis cookbook is part art, part science because you’re treating marijuana as an ingredient more than just an additive.
Anyone can add cannabis to the recipes, but it needs the expertise to pair unique profiles to the food item. With unique textures, flavors, and scents of the bud, the book helps you pair with other ingredients carefully to make your efforts a mouth-watery savory. You can call it the highest level of cuisine guide.
What you’ll learn:
- How to pair buds
- Creating unique CBD butter and CBD oils to incorporate in every meal
- Boosting up the breakfast, lunch, and dinner’s taste
- Treating marijuana as a flavor powerhouse
- Dosing cannabis-infused cuisine
The 420 Gourmet By Jeff The 420 Chef
Jeff The 420 Chef has given a new meaning to cannabis edibles in the world. As marvelous the cannabis journey of Jeff, the chef, is, so are his tips in the 420 Gourmet.
He started cannabis cooking to help his friend’s mother alleviate pain and discomfort from cancer treatment. And with time, he explored ways to manage the taste and smell of cannabis in his recipes.
This cannabis cookbook is one of our favorite recipe picks. It smartly combines a fun-loving approach with tons of practical knowledge on marijuana. Should you also need info on safe dosing; the book solves your calculating time.
What’s more in the book? Well, you’ll learn more on the step-by-step process to make “light-tasting” canna-oils and canna-butters that are vital ingredients for most recipes.
Edibles: Small Bites for the Modern Cannabis Kitchen BY Stephanie Hua
We’d rate “Edibles” as one of the most user-friendly stoner cookbooks for it has details on marijuana dosage, potency, terminologies, effects, and techniques in layman’s form. Though lengthy, they’re well-defined for any new cannabis enthusiast.
It then rooms more than 30 beginner-level recipes with low-dose (5 milligrams per serving). If you’re a beginner, get your hands on its hardcover without having a second thought. The book helps you master cannabis confectioneries too!
But what makes this stoner book unique is its specialty in combining simplicity with connoisseur cooking. It touches simple recipes as spiced superfood truffles and roasted beet hummus and advanced recipes as artisanal marshmallows and Gruyére & green garlic gougéres.
The Vegan Cannabis Cookbook: Vegan Recipes For Delicious Marijuana-Infused Edibles BY Eva Hammond
We’re not leaving you alone, our dear Vegan friends! The list is incomplete without you! We know your love for a healthy, plant-based diet. And with the Vegan Cannabis Cookbook, you’ll be at the absolute best with greens that you don’t find with animals.
The book helps you prepare delicious vegan edibles in a snap, and most importantly, it drops on you like a bomb, like not the literal bomb, but the tastes are so mind-blowing.
Expand your cannabis cookbook armor in the kitchen and become the chef everyone loves in the home.
The final call
So what’s your favorite book? If you think we missed a vital one, feel free to put the books you’ve been referring to for yourself. And yes! If you’re looking to buy them, make sure you get the latest edition as the authors and editors come up with the latest trends and ideas in the latest versions.