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Made some dank brownies...

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by jamesvk, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. So I did a trial run with brownies. I put about 18 grams of dank in the the oil. I cut the mixed into 18 pieces. They got ppl f'ed up.

    So made some more, I did two batches of 13 grams. My friend ate one, so I texted him and asked how they were. He responded with this.

    "Dude I am. So incredibly high"

    So I'm excited. I have only eating half, and even with my high tolerance got me pretty high. I can't wait to eat like 2grams worth....

    I went off this how to

    The first time I made the brownies, I didn't microwave it. In this second trial I did. So I'm curious to see how it all works out.

    I'm going to eat one soon, I'll let you know how they are.

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  2. Thats interesting that microwaving the bud decarbed it soo well. Have you ever made edibles with decarbing it in the oven? Ima have to try the whole microwave decarb thing it seems like it actualy could be easier to get it pefect kus its harder to burn it.
  3. It's actually much easier to burn it using the microwave... many folks who followed an older microwave decarb threads method, got to watch as their herb burst into flames... :eek:
    And it happened only half way through the process, long before it was supposed to be done 'decarbing'. :) It can vary greatly depending how old or dry the herb already is, and depending on the machine itself.

    Stick with the oven, or a food dehydrator... it's much more safe, it's more consistent from one oven or dehydrator to the next, and it is more reliable.
  4. Quotes from an older (and apparently inconsistent!) microwave decarb thread....

    Hope this can help a few members avoid an unfortunate mishap :)
  5. That makes sence. Pretty much theres no cutting corners. Ever. Thanks :)

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