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3 different ways to decarboxylate cannabis at home

July 9, 2019

Decarboxylation is an essential first step when cooking with cannabis.

The process involves applying low heat for an extended period of time to convert cannabis’ non-intoxiating THCA into THC, the cannabinoid known for its psychoactive effects. Without decarboxylation, the effects of DIY edibles may be weak or lackluster, at best.

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What is decarboxylation, and why does your cannabis need it?

Decarboxylation is easy enough to do at home using tools you likely already have in the kitchen. Beyond the basic oven method, here you’ll also find instructions for decarbing in a mason jar and by sous vide, which are excellent alternatives for those concerned about the pungent scent of cannabis cooking.

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Alex Goodall

Alex Goodall is a Toronto-based Chef with an affinity for cannabis.

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