The 420 Gourmet Explains The Elevated Art Of Cannabis Cuisine

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From gluten-free-raw-vegan food to Japanese-Mexican fusion, there's a cookbook out there for literally any combination of tastes and preferences - and cannabis is rapidly becoming a high-herb ingredient of choice for many aspiring chefs.

Here to cater to that crowd: "The 420 Gourmet", which bills itself as "the foodie’s guide to cannabis: a smart, sophisticated, and beautifully illustrated cookbook for at-home chefs wanting to safely create and experience their own edibles."

Penned by Jeff the 420 Chef, dubbed “The Julia Child of Weed” by The Daily Beast, and The King of Edibles by Elite Daily, the book explains how to cook with THC and CBD-rich strains of cannabis to create “pedigree", light-tasting cannabutters and cannaoils to use in properly dosed treats. The Chef even includes a highly specific THC/CBD Calculator.

In "The 420 Gourmet", Jeff combines practical information about marijuana—including safe dosing, strain info, and medical uses—with a suitably irreverent approach to brunch, salads and gourmet dinners. Bonus: the book includes gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and kosher options. Haute cuisine, indeed.

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