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Will it smell?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by smokeythedogg, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. #1 smokeythedogg, Aug 10, 2012
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 10, 2012
    my kitchen and my parents bedroom are at 2 completely different ends of the house. if i make firecrackers in my kitchen will it smell in their room? (im wrapping them in tin foil before i cook them).
  2. They don't smell all that much.
    Keep your range hood vent on too.
    Of course you could cover the smell by cooking something ELSE in the oven or on the stovetop at the same time.
    Like a casserole in a dish in front of the firecrackers - or a pasta sauce on the stovetop.
  3. seems like a terrible idea
  4. It will smell but not for long, wait until your parents leave for at least 2 hours before you cook them.
  5. I have made firecrackers a couple times in the past and they dont smell very much like bud. more like hot graham crackers. If you are still worried, cook something else in the oven along with your firecrackers that has a strong smell like chocolate chip cookies!
  6. but will it blend?
  7. "Accidently" over-cook a couple bags of popcorn in the microwave.
  8. Make fire crackers, then make a pasta sauce, add to many ingredients and let the smell linger away lol

    When i lived with my folks i took hot knives in the kitchen while they were asleep, i put a pan on the oven at simmer and just let loose with like onions, vanilla extract, pepper, cantelope... Let me just state that at the end of the night it did not smell like marijuana in my house :smoke:

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