Gone are the days of pot brownies — they aren’t healthy for medical patients, and they simply won’t cut it for today’s recreational users. Modern cannabis foodies have an educated palate and they are anxiously awaiting a genuine marijuana cookbook with healthy, full course meals and never-before-seen recipes. Unfortunately, few marijuana cookbooks acknowledge that cannabis is a spicy, harsh-tasting plant that’s difficult to cook due to its flavor, consistency, and inability to dissolve in water. Baked series, by author and chef Yzabetta Sativah and published by Green Candy Press, addresses these issues head on by providing clear visual and textual instructions on how to make marijuana foods that look and taste great. These recipes counteract the problematic flavor, texture, and solubility of cannabis, producing delicious edibles that patients and recreational users alike actually enjoy eating. Both cookbooks feature easy-to-follow directions that enable even the most timid of cooks to create delectable meals of all kinds and contain hundreds of beautiful photographs detailing the culinary process step by step truly teaching budding marijuana chefs not just how to make treats, but also how to make healthy, wholesome meals infused with marijuana.
Baked: Over 50 Tasty Marijuana Treats includes such gourmet delights as Marshmallow Meltdown, Dreamy Raspberry Bars, Lavender Love Bites, Aloha Hawaiian Bread, Baked Fudge, and Coco Nutty Lime Cookies, all certified classics at medical marijuana dispensaries across the country.
Baked Italian: Over 50 Mediterranean Marijuana Meals, the second release in the series, includes such savory meals as marijuana-infused Lamb Carpaccio, Spaghetti Marinara, Fennel with Prosciutto, Layered Vegetable Casserole, Carthusian Cabbage, and of course Tiramisu, with full sections on all aspects of Italian meals: Aperitivo, Antipasto, Primo, Secondo, Contorno, Dolce, and of course Caffee and Digestivo — something that no other marijuana cookbook has ever showcased.