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Smoothie Recipe + Question about using coffee grinder.

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by PinkieGrrl, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. Peanut Butter Chocolate Smoothie Recipe:

    Chocolate protein powder - 1 scoop
    Milk - 5 oz
    One banana
    Canna Peanut butter - Three heaping tablespoons
    Vanilla ice cream - One hefty scoop
    Throw it all together in a blender and blend away. A shaker cup should work if no blender is available.

    You can use chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla if you like a richer flavor.
    If not a big fan of peanut butter, try using Nutella.

    Please refer to this recipe for canna peanut butter:

    I will be making enough peanut butter to make one smoothie and will add 1 gram of herb to it. The herb is of good quality.

    So here is my question:

    Can I throw the herb in the coffee grinder to make it a powder? I don't like the idea of straining peanut butter and I really don't like the idea of chewing on herbs while drinking a chocolate smoothie. Ya know?

    Would grinding it have any effect, negative or positive, on the potency or taste?

    Also, is 1 gram of quality herb enough to use in one serving of an edible?

    TIA!! :smoke:
  2. just use a normal herb grinder. a coffee grinder wouldnt be too good of an idea.
  3. Yes.

    I use my coffee grinder to powder my herb all the time :hello:

    I like to leave the herb in my brownies
    so they have the chance to gain potency ;)

  4. Thank you!!!

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