Newbie Trying To Make Browines...Help :)

Discussion in 'Cooking With Cannabis' started by amyo1016, Mar 16, 2018.


    amyo1016 New Member

    Hey Everyone! I have 3.5G of Decarbed Cooking Hash, and I'm not exactly sure what to do with I just dump it into the brownie batter, or do I have to make it into an oil? Also, will it smell up my house? I live with people who aren't exactly "supportive" of medical marijuana.

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    You can just dump it in or you can mix it up in the oil and do it that way, both work fine

    amyo1016 New Member

    ok, so I don't have to boil it with oil and water at a specific temp and get all "fancy" lol. I've been trying to research and I keep finding that everyone tells me something different. I just don't want to waste it! Thank you for your reply :)

    Beachwalker Well-Known Member

    As long as it's decarbed you're good to go!:leaf:

    meangreengrowinmachine Well-Known Member

    that fancy boiling and such is what people do to de carb it but yours has already had that done to it... also yes it most likely will stink up the place mmmm weed brownie smell

    amyo1016 New Member

    Thank you everyone! I made them last night, just dumped it right into the batter. It actually didn't smell as strongly as I thought it was going to, but I also had a few candles burning. They came out amazing, and most definitely worked appropriately!

    b1rd2 New Member

    So just to confirm that you never infused butter or anything, and it still came out fine? You just added it to the brownie mix as is?
    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    he said it was already decarbed, as long as it had a chance to melt and get mixed in, it ought to work fine. hell, you could just eat a chunk of straight decarbed hash and get fried
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    amyo1016 New Member

    Yeah. The stuff i get is already decarbed hash from the dispensary. And it is ground up super fine, So I sifted it into the brownie powder and then mixed it in with the mix. Worked PERFECTLY

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