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oll up some fresh veggies to enjoy with a hash-infused peanut dipping sauce. Spring rolls are a classic go-to for a quick and easy bite in warmer weather, and they’re also perfect for using whatever veggies you happen to have on hand with minimal fuss. Add a quick, no-mess cannabis-concentrate-infused spicy ginger-peanut dipping sauce, and you’ve got a simple, healthy, and potent meal that can be prepared in less than 45 minutes. Read full article HERE

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Sonoma Wine Country Scores A New Pot Of Gold California Dispensaries & Retail Sales Edibles & Infused Products Products 

Sonoma Wine Country Scores A New Pot Of Gold

It seems like only yesterday California’s Humboldt County claimed or had been given the mantle cannabis capital of the state. Some have said more cannabis grows in Humboldt County than any other crop in the countyor in any other county; called it not just California’s but America’s marijuana capital. Was Humboldt County’s crowning premature? Was the Emerald Trianglemantle as the artisanal cannabis capital given to Humboldt, Trinity and Mendocino counties premature as well? Read Peter Fimrite of the San Francisco Chronicle and it’s easy to think Sonoma County situated almost 300 miles south of Humboldt may be…

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Om Edibles Crafts Cannabis Topicals & Edibles With Women in Mind Edibles & Infused Products 

Om Edibles Crafts Cannabis Topicals & Edibles With Women in Mind

Upon entering the production headquarters for Om Edibles the soothing smell of lavender envelops my entire being. The whole room is dominated by this comforting scent, which provides a welcoming twist from the pungent herbaceous aromas of grow rooms and vaults staked with cannabis flowers where I usually find myself on assignment. Two ladies inside the production room are pouring out large plastic bins of Epsom salts for bath soaks. If I didn’t already know I was in the headquarters of an award-winning California-based cannabis edibles and topicals company, I…

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National Ice Cream Day Edibles & Infused Products 

National Ice Cream Day

We’re right smack in the middle of summer and for most states in the U.S., this means sweltering, seemingly unending heat. There are plenty of ways to cool down, many of which are expensive or simply require walking outside. Fortunately, CULTURE has a solution for you: Make your own ice cream at home. It’s inexpensive, requires minimal ingredients, and of course this Sunday is July 16, aka National Ice Cream Day too! Ice cream is just one of those desserts that never goes out of style, and recently even the…

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RECIPE: NYC Diesel-Infused Hummus Wraps Edibles & Infused Products 

RECIPE: NYC Diesel-Infused Hummus Wraps

Wraps are one of the most versatile quick meals one can make. There are a multitude of food items that you can stuff into the middle of a soft pillowy wrap and end up with a satisfied belly. This round I decided to make a bistro version of a Greek vegetarian gyro, substituting hummus for the roasted meat. NYC Diesel pairs wonderfully with the complex flavors of Greek cuisine, adding a deep and pleasantly earthy citrus flavor with hints of sweetness. This sandwich is perfect for any health fanatic or…

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4th of July Infused Condiments Recipe: Ketchup, Mustard, & BBQ Sauce Edibles & Infused Products Living 

4th of July Infused Condiments Recipe: Ketchup, Mustard, & BBQ Sauce

Summer is finally here and it’s time to get saucy! There’s nothing better than a barbecue by the lake on a hot July 4th weekend. But this holiday is notoriously family-friendly so many smokers feel out-of-place hotboxing their camping tent next to grandma. But here at, we’ve got your back. Now you can medicate (or recreate) without the huge clouds of smoke. Introducing…infused condiments. You were going to use them anyway, why not make them medicated?! Read the full article here

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Recipe: Go Bananas with Cannabis Infused Banana Salsa Edibles & Infused Products 

Recipe: Go Bananas with Cannabis Infused Banana Salsa

Salsa has a long history that can be traced all the way back to the ancient Aztecs: In Mexico, Aztec nobility would combine chilies, tomatoes, ground squash seeds and sometimes beans to make a dish that would evolve into contemporary salsa. With the Spanish conquest of Mexico came the “discovery” of tomatoes, the Aztec recipe and the birth of the name “salsa.” Read the full article here

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