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Ovaltine Of Champions

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by tokiaan, May 31, 2013.

  1. So I woke up today really wanting to get high. I am broke at the moment so I can't afford any of the fresh stuff. I gathered all of my stems and made this awesome recipe. It works too! 
    1. Pour 2-3 cups of whole milk (I used whole lactaid milk since I am lactose intolerant) into a tea kettle or pot. (I used a tea kettle)
    2. Heat on low! Otherwise it will curdle and get nasty.
    3. While it is heating up, empty a tea bag and fill it with the stems. (or fresh stuff if you've got it)
    4. Place this bag in the tea kettle/pot and cover. Let it seem for 15 minutes. set on the absolute lowest setting for this. I actually took it off of the heat and let it seep, but stoves are different so do what you think is best.
    5. Pour that milk into a glass and add some ovaltine. Mix it up and drink. :) So yummy, I think!

    This will be the only edible recipe for me just because it is so easy and it works. I have made tons of brownies in the past, but it is difficult for me to eat a lot of them and not get sick. (I don't normally eat brownies to begin with. I'm definitely not a sugar junkie. :p
    Anyways, I just thought I would throw that out there for others to try. I recommend whole milk only, just because of the fat content. It really beats putting gross butter in your tea. Yuck!

    Have an awesome day, everyone!  B)
  2. Sounds like a really yummy recipe OP, hot milk goes well with just about anything imo. I may try this soon :) sounds good

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