Food Porn, let’s see those Edibles!

Here’s my latest batch of brownies! They are cheesecake brownies with a hint of espresso, and an extra egg yoke and molasses for creaminess. Used my own infused ghee so will be about 250-300mg/ brownie.

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I don’t do edibles but them look pretty good lol. Edibles don’t seem to have any effect on me at all. Have u looked at @blackthumbbetty cooking thread??

Maybe getcha some good pics to see and ideas lol.

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Mmmmmm. Looks like a good buzz coming on…

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200mg to 300mg per brownie piece or the whole thing?

Your brownies sound and look amazing very gourmet!

Edibles are so inconsistent and that’s why so many have bad experiences or shy away from them. Without dosing each edible separately with a concentrated solution that has been lab tested it is impossible to know what your getting.

When you really know numbers change rapidly, for example I buy a 10mg drink and if I drank the whole thing I would be so messed up. I can normally drink 1/4 or get a 2.5mg drink and be good. 5mg drink or drinking half of a 10mg one is reaching the limit of still being able to enjoy it.

Meanwhile black market stuff I can eat a 400mg gimmie and feel nothing…

Making a large concentrated solution of mtc oil and then having it lab tested and using a measured dropper is the best non commercial way I can think of to dose edibles.
The math calculators saying if your bud is rated at X thc then you multiple it by X amount used and carry it over to X amount of oil/butter = Y potency are so far out in left feed I’m supprized they exist.
As we know seed company claims are pumped up and barely tested half the time, grow a 28% tch rated seed and it coms out at 20% when running a perfect grow just due to genetic diversity and such.

If your happy with your method then I’m not saying don’t do it, I’m just making light of the inability for large commercial operations to get potency correct on edibles so it’s impossible for us to get close.
Muli million dollar facilities are required.

If you have Netflix there is a good episode on the show Explained.

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Per brownie, I cut the lot into 6 pieces. Sometimes use store bought RSO so I have dosage by measurement correct and can evaluate my own off that strength.

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Wow! So gourmet!

So, mine don’t even compare lol… but just started making my yearly batch(s) of Brownies for holiday gifting.


Cut into individual pieces, then use Glad Press n Seal to wrap them

Then, they are put into the Holiday cello wraps

Place them all into gallon freezer bags and can pull and gift on demand all Season! :christmas_tree::gift::snowman_with_snow:

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Those still look delicious. I don’t know about gourmet, it’s a store bought mix and I just substitute the oil for infused ghee and add the extras in.

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Shhh, just keep that part a secret :wink:
Had me fooled for sure!

Mine is too, one regular and one Almond flour/ gluten free

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I have never cared for baking with flour/gluten alternatives. Tried making some muffins once that were gluten and dairy free. Took me about 6 batches to get the consistency and taste decent.
There’s a new honey Chex I want to try for Rice Krispie treats, they have a nice sweet flavor that would make a great dessert!

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Ya it is challenging for sure. A lot of the time calls for using gums and/or other additives I can’t have either. It’s
a double edge sword. Haha

Btw, I love Ghee! What method do you use?

I just warm am1 1/4 lbs of butter and 1 cup water to 180-190 ish degrees f, and let simmer till all the water is gone, let cool in the freezer and drain off all remaining liquid and clean off all milk solids left, return to pan and simmer at 180ish and add in decarbed weed, 1 cup water and let simmer 30-40 ish min and all water should be evaporated, strain through cheese cloth, potato mincer, what ever you fancy, put back in freezer and wait for everything to separate and harden, clean up again, really easy under a trickle of hot water. I keep mine in the freezer and just pull out what I need.

I’m about to start another batch of brownies, so I’ll post pics in a while.

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A really easy way to do it is to grab the gluten free mix from the store and then sub the eggs for applesauce or pear sauce. If you use chunky apple sauce it’s adds a nice moistness to the finished product. Need to bake a bit longer without the eggs tho.

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@Alexa heres tonight’s treat!
Infused toasted marshmallow topped white chocolate chip brownies with root beer ever-clear hot chocolate.


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I litterally had to pick my mouth up off the floor haha … looks soooo GOOD!

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The Ghee seems fairly easy, gonna save that for a special occasion :wink:

Thanks for sharing

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Just making ghee by itself is super easy and doesn’t take long. There are thousands of videos on YouTube and they pretty much all do the same thing. Lol

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Hey @roost1 check these out. Also make sure to check out the link on post 2 from @Mark0427

These are my meds. Double fudge…double strong. The levo is my baby.

I’m on a limited budged and have kids, so my Levo 2 is still sitting in the cart. Lol I have an insta pot for now. Lol

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