How to Make CannaFlour
Cannabis flour is great if you want to make marijuana edibles such as cookies or pancakes. CannaFlour is healthier than cannabis butter because there is no oil or fats. If you make your own CannaFlour, this is more sophisticated than simply throwing some ground buds in a pot where you never know how your food will turn out. The best thing is that CannaFlour is very easy to make!
½ cup of very finely ground, decarboxylated, dry marijuana per each 1 cup of flour.
The most important thing to know when you make CannaFlour is that you need to use extremely dry bud. If the bud isn’t dry enough, it can cause mold when you add it to the flour. So allow your bud to dry really well before you use it to make your cannabis flour.
The other important (and admittedly somewhat tedious) part is that you need to pick out any stems and seeds because those can make the flour taste bitter.
Once you have some very dry plant matter without the seeds or any stems, put it in a grinder. A coffee grinder works best but you can also grind with a mortar if you don’t mind some manual work.
Grind the buds very finely, as fine as you can.
Mix the ground-up cannabis powder with your flour. As a simple rule, use about ½ cup of ground weed per each 1 cup of flour.
The more weed you mix-in, the stronger your CannaFlour will be. Mix according to your own taste and preferences.
Store in a cool and dark place as you would with normal flour. A glass or ceramic jar with a lid works best.
Happy Baking and Cooking!
Written by: Georg
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