Helping to educate the dining public (and everyone out there that consumes food for that matter) about the abundance of unconventional food sources seems to fall on the shoulders of today’s creative chefs.
Unlike THC, the level of cannabidiol (CBD) is not specifically regulated by the European Union, although CBD is one of the most important and known cannabinoids.
Cannabis roasted beets, cara cara oranges, fried garden herbs + limonene lemonade – By Chef Sebastian
Preheat an oven to 400°. Wrap the oil drizzled, salt and pepper sprinkled beets and cannabis buds in foil packets. Seal up nicely. Place the bundles on a baking sheet. Roast in a 400° oven for about an hour. When cool, use a paper towel to rub off the beet skins. (dry + keep the purple buds for another application) Slice the beets into large thin rounds. Place in a big casserole and drizzle the slices with a couple of tbsp’s of the vinaigrette to marinade for 15-20 minutes before serving.
CHICAGO — A Chicago chef is infusing meals with marijuana to create a dining experience you’ll never forget, while educating the public about the plant.
Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is a good base for salad dressings and preserving and pickling foods, but it’s also an age-old remedy previously used by our grandmothers and their grandmother’s before us for hundreds of years for prevention and maintaining good health.
Celebrity chef arrested after ‘experimenting with cannabis as a new Mediterranean flavour for his dishes’
He told police that he was working on the new flavours for “contemporary cuisine” according to The Local Italy.
Carmelo, who hosted a TV cooking show, was found in the possession of two large marijuana plants and 1kg of Indian hemp
Other items found at his home included cannabis-infused wine, coffee, olives and tuna, which were taken by police.