So I've been experimenting with edibles for a good 6 months now with varied results from some pretty average product. Now here's the million dollar question that I ask my self every time I watch a youtube video about. Whats the point of been so specific with decarbing then next minute you just cook it however you like ? Everyone says you have to be so accurate during the decab stage. Don't burn it, don't over cook it , has to be exactly 105degrees for exactly 30 minutes blah blah blah... If yo don't do anything of those things 100% you'll ruine any of the THB goodness etc. BUT THEN Everyone takes that butter, and uses it on Toast ( cooked for 1 minute at pretty high etc) then some bake with it ( low temps for a long time), some people use it in coffee, some people use it in the slow cooker or for mac and cheese.. SO... Why do you have to be so specific with the decarbing when I'm assuming all the above methods decarbs it slightly more or less ... ?