Articles tagged with "cooking"
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Using cannabis to conquer 2023: 60 stoners share their New Year’s resolutionsNadir Pearson - Published on January 3, 2023Read more
The cannabis community is vocal about one thing for sure. We’re meeting goals in 2023! Check out this list of 420 resolutions on Leafly.
Selena Gomez uses gravity bong to make yogurt on HBO Max cooking showAshley Keenan - Published on September 8, 2022Read more
Selena Gomez used a weed bong to infuse Greek yogurt with wood chips and now I’ve seen everything.
Cannabis recipe 101: salted caramel ice creamRedawna Kalynchuk - Published on May 20, 2022Read more
Treat yourself this summer with our weed-infused caramel ice cream recipe.
How to make edibles: Leafly’s guide to cooking with cannabisLeafly Staff - Published on April 14, 2020Read more
Learn how to bake edibles with help from the experts at Leafly.
Get cooking: Release your inner cannabis chefLeafly Staff - Published on April 1, 2020Read more
420 is a whole month long and there’s no better time to get into the kitchen.
The best cannabis strains for cooking according to Canadian chefsLisa Felepchuk - Published on March 11, 2020Read more
We asked Canada’s favourite cannabis cooks share their favourite ingredient for infusions.
Everything Canadians need to know about cannabis ediblesLisa Felepchuk - Published on December 16, 2019Read more
Understand dosing, potency, safety, laws, and more.
Video: How to make cannabis-infused almond barkLeafly Canada Staff - Published on October 23, 2019Read more
The superfood snack you can eat before bed.
8,000 Square Foot Cannabis Consumption Lounge Coming to TorontoSoj Ramsay-Taylor - Published on August 9, 2019Read more
The upcoming byMinistry space on Adelaide St. W. is billed as one for immersive cultural cannabis experiences, with room for infused foods, workshops, and performances.
Cannabis-Infused Dinner Parties: How Much Is Too Much?Hexo - Published on January 11, 2019Read more
Cannabis-infused cuisine is so haute right now! But how do you know how much to eat?