I'm looking for vegan-friendly cooking recipes that includes marijuana.
April 16, 2010 11:04 PM   Subscribe

I'm looking for vegan-friendly cooking recipes that includes marijuana.

I'm struggling to find vegan-friendly cooking recipes that include marijuana. I know basic recipes with marijuana, but they all have dairy products in it. So I'm basically wondering are there any recipes you guys know?
posted by delasoull to Food & Drink (10 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
you can make marijuana vegetable/olive oil and sub it for regular oil in anything
posted by ad4pt at 11:11 PM on April 16, 2010 [1 favorite]

I'm allergic to dairy and I make a good "special" tea using soy milk, a squirt of canola oil (you can't taste it), flavoured tea, and sugar. Boil it all together with the marijuana and it's surprisingly delicious and will give you a kick in about half an hour.
posted by canadia at 12:28 AM on April 17, 2010 [1 favorite]

fat soluble is fat soluble - so ad4pt is right - cook it in oil like you'd cook it in butter. use it in any recipe that uses oil. make sure you know dosage, and keep in mind that the flavor is rather strong, so don't make it into something you have to eat a lot of to get where you're going. maybe something like carob cake. double carob chip cookies with cashews would also be good.
posted by nadawi at 12:51 AM on April 17, 2010 [1 favorite]

firecrackers are very effective, sometimes too much so. not exactly a recipe.....
posted by kimyo at 1:48 AM on April 17, 2010

It works well in things with tomato sauce. Pizza or spaghetti - just leave out the cheese, or use soy cheese or something.

(Watch your quantities - its easy to eat far too much special pizza and then spend the next 4 hours staring at a clock, wondering why even though you are sure 20 minutes has gone by, the clock is only showing 2 minutes. Um, not that that happened to anyone I know, or anything....)
posted by MexicanYenta at 6:27 AM on April 17, 2010

Just exchange butter and milk for margarine and soymilk. It'll be fine.
posted by beerbajay at 7:44 AM on April 17, 2010

if nothing passes the test for you, there's ancient organics ghee, what we use instead of butter in our veg household. that could help. knowing the dairy comes from straus is what's made me ok with supporting it. sorry if that's insulting or ignorant, it's just that some people have different thresholds for veganism than others.
posted by SeƱor Pantalones at 11:32 AM on April 17, 2010

if you are baking - exchanging milk for soy milk will not be just fine. it might work, but it also might really not. also - when substituting margarine for butter, you need to watch things like the water content in margarine.

here's a discussion on substituting margarine for butter. keep in mind that you're (i'm guessing) cooking the marijuana down in fat (margarine or oil) so you'll want to measure the post strained fat - after you've already cooked the marijuana in.
posted by nadawi at 12:19 PM on April 17, 2010

Ghee is by definition not vegan regardless of what your threshold is, and regardless of where it comes from. It's like saying that fish or chicken is vegetarian.
posted by PandaMcBoof at 12:56 PM on April 17, 2010

Thanks for the comments - much appreciated!
posted by delasoull at 10:42 PM on April 21, 2010

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