Ingredients you'll need: 1 cup of vegan cannabis butter (made with coconut oil), 3 ½ cups of powdered sugar, 1 cup of peanut butter (room temperature), 1 cup of cocoa and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Katarina explained to me the science of baking and the legality of vegan edibles and I am very grateful that she taught me the ins and outs, because it's definitely a delicious way to enjoy marijuana, especially since I have very little interest in smoking it. Cannabis edibles produce a totally different effect than smoking cannabis and provide an immersive experience, which begins with consuming the food and waiting for it to take effect. Now that you have your cannabis oil cooked and ready to use, it's time to prepare some vegan edible treats.
Veganism is a dietary practice that consists of not eating animal products or animal derivatives; in addition, making the decision to become vegan is not only a decision related to nutrition, but it is also a conscious change in lifestyle that has an impact on daily habits.