How to Make Easy Cannabis Garlic Bread

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Garlic bread goes well with any Italian meal. For patients, it is a great way to get a savory bite of medical marijuana. If you have any questions about medicating or baking techniques, read our guide to medibles.


1 loaf Italian bread

4 cloves garlic, crushed and minced

7 tablespoons of cannabis butter

1/2 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil

Salt and pepper to taste

3 tablespoons grated cheese, Parmigiana or Romano (optional)

1 tablespoon freshly chopped parsley (optional)


Preheat broiler.

Combine garlic, butter, pepper, salt and oil in a small saucepan.

Heat the mixture over moderate-low heat for 3 minutes.

Split the loaf of bread into two halves lengthwise.

Toast bread under broiler and remove when it is toasted to a very light golden brown in color (about 5-7 minutes).

Brush bread with garlic oil mixture. Place back into the broiler for an additional 3 minutes.

Sprinkle with cheese and, or parsley. If you added cheese, return to broiler for about 30 seconds to a minute.


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LOLOL yeah exactly, vampire tok ^^ I like garlic and bread with some good Olive oil hmmmmm :rabbi:

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I am also agree with you that the if the person is taking the product which is made by the cannabis is the dangerous one for the health of himself in the environment. It is create the harmful impact on the him.

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Im a professional chef and i would definatly recommend using canna butter and oil, hmmm maybe not garlic bread because the garlic just kills it, but oil and butter can be used for anything, if your careful you can fry steak with the oil but dont heat too much! Its always better to rub the oil into meat before you cook, and never ever preheat oil in the pan because the THC will just die! You can use butter for finishing vegetables without heating, or when boiling veg you can make a panache with the water by putting the butter in the water and the butter coats the veg when lifted out with a slotted spoon. Just remember the not above 50°C direct heat rule, and let your imagination run away!!

Happy munching!! ;)

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Thanks to all for replying and giving the review on my post.

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