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Might of fucked up canna butter

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by tokin7, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. #1 tokin7, Oct 21, 2014
    Last edited by a moderator: Oct 21, 2014
    Okay guys as the title says I might of fucked up my butter. Here's my situation: I melted some butter in a pan and threw in the weed and let it simmer together until the butter was green. Here's where shit goes wrong. Well something happened and I had to leave my house immediately and I left the the finished butter in the pan with the weed remains. When I came back home the butter was solid and mixed in with the remains of weed. Is the butter ruined? Or can I heat it up again till it's liquid and strain the weed remains from the butter?
  2. That's good for it. Just pick up where you left off.
  3. Yeah no problems there, I have read many guides where they stir it up on the stove and actually put it in the fridge with the weed in it to let it settle, then through it back in the pan/pot again and extract it all.
    There are many ways to do it, just find what works best for you, trial and error making the perfect batch that's for sure,
  4. I'd cover it, freeze it, thaw it & then strain it

    Shoe boss
  5. #5 BuryMeInTrichs, Oct 24, 2014
    Last edited by a moderator: Oct 24, 2014
    step 1 turn the stove back on
    step 2 continue cooking until satisfied
    step 3 strain, refrigerate and enjoy
    thats just what I would do, nothing at all is wrong with that cannabutter
    edit:how long did you cook it before you had to leave? if its done just strain it.. after heating...

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