0.4 – 0.6g cannabis
8 saltine crackers
Organic Peanut butter (non-hydrogenated!)
Spread peanut butter on the tops of all 8 crackers. I use organic, crunchy peanut butter. The crunchy kind seems to have more peanut oil, and just tastes better. Don’t buy the stuff thats loaded with ‘huge’ peanut chunks, its hard to spread on crackers. The ideal brand of p-butter you want is Adam’s Natural Peanut Butter (the smooth kind), its loaded with plenty of cannabinoid absorbing peanut oil. If your options are limited, just go with a natural peanut butter (look for jars that have oil resting on top of the peanut butter). DO NOT BUY PEANUT BUTTERS LIKE ‘JIF’ AND ‘SKIPPY’. We can’t stress this enough, you will not get buzzed if you use those brands.
Cut your bud up into a fine dust with scissors. I would recomend using scissors (or a nice grinder), as the scissors can cut your bud into a fine consistency. This nug is weighs about .6g. This is the consistency/size of the clippings you want, again, cut those nugs up really well. Small, un-cut chunks will just result in the absorption of the active cannabinoids on the outer layer of the chunk, leaving the core un-exposed to those thc-hungry peanut oils. Next, sprinkle the cannabis “dust” very finely across the full peanutbuttered surface of four of the crackers (make sure you dont pile it up, just cover the surface of the peanut butter). It is very important that your cannabis is cut up into almost powdery consistency. This allows the THC and other active cannabinoids to absorb into the peanut oil easily. Next, sandwich the weed/peanut butter side with the plain peanut butter side. Make sure the weed is nestled in between the peanut butter nicely Now place your C-Crackers on a sheet and cook them in a preheated oven at 320 fahrenheit (160 Celsius) for 22 minutes. There shouldn’t be a problem with the smell, just make sure the pot is nestled in the peanut butter, and that none if it is exposed. ENJOY!
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