Press Raves

  • In a category of its own...

    In a category of its own...

    "The High Times cookbook is in a category of its own—intelligent, savvy, and knowledgeable about food, with excellent general information about cannabis and cooking with it."—Jeffrey Steingarten, Vogue Read More
  • Humorous yet educational

    Humorous yet educational

    "Written by a ten-year veteran of the iconic magazine, Elise McDonough, the cookbook is humorous yet educational and compassionate yet still strongly counter-culture" —Houston Press Read More
  • Modern cookbook

    Modern cookbook

    "But overall, this is the first pot cookbook we've seen that reads like a modern cookbook, meaning one that relies on fresh ingredients and seems to care more, actually, about flavor than getting you high."—L.A. Weekly Read More
  • Very comprehensive

    Very comprehensive

    "Recipe-wise, it's a very comprehensive book, and probably one of the best to come out in a long time."—Denver Westword Read More
  • Go beyond brownies!

    Go beyond brownies!

    "With this book, High Times managed to elevate cannabis cuisine above pot brownies and space cakes..."—Seattle Weekly Read More
  • Culinary journey

    Culinary journey

    "In typical High Times fashion, the book is a culinary journey and a trip through American counter-cultural history, with tales and recipes from folks who pushed marijuana culture and cooking forward."—Village Voice Read More

News

MarijuanaForEverybodyNew book Marijuana for Everybody! is on bookshelves now!

Marijuana for Everybody! is the most authoritiative, accessible, and (yes!) entertaining guide yet from High Times magazine, the world's most trusted name when it comes to getting stoned. Combining forty years of in-depth knowledge and experience with new research, insights, and advice, this informative illustrated handbook is specifically designed to guide new initiates and seasoned heads alike through the myriad ways marijuana brings joy and much more to millions.

Press Raves:

"Media of all stripes are rushing to cash in on mainstream pot curiosity, but few publications could hope to produce something as smart and easy to digest as “Marijuana for Everbody!” Despite an understandably fawning tone toward the plant, McDonough’s research is balanced and her writing practical, an admirable mix of head and heart in a sprawling field that can seem intimidating to newcomers."—the Cannabist

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Ganja Granola Bars

Welcome to Psychedelicatessen, a weekly column exploring the world of cannabis cuisine, including recipes from the great chefs and ganjapreneurs who fuel our appetite for adventure.

IMG 7853The hippies were right about a lot of things. Organic foods, yoga, cannabis… those cats in the 60s were ahead of the curve when it came to envisioning a healthier, local food system that nourishes its customers while sustaining the broader community. Today, we’ve seen many of the dreams of the flower child generation come to fruition, with legal cannabis just around the corner, yoga studios on every block and a growing movement in favor of local, organic foods.

In fact, the hippie cereal of choice – granola – has been so ubiquitous in progressive circles that it became a slang term for those who embrace a groovy, eco-conscious lifestyle, as in, “Man, that chick is so granola, you know?” Combine all of these positive trends together in the birthplace of socially-responsible eating, California, and you end up with wonderful small businesses like Green Gold Baking Company creating all-organic, health-positive, gluten-free, absolutely delicious cannabis-infused granola bars, cookies and crackers.

Founded by Peter Lograsso and Brandi Buttari in 2013, this gourmet, high-end edibles company focuses on low dose treats made from excellent ingredients, elevated with just enough cannabis for a pleasant experience that’s not too overwhelming. “Find out what your niche is,” Peter says, “for many people, overpowering THC just isn’t necessary” in an edible product, adding “I don’t want my customers to be tied to a couch!”

Peter starts with his favorite strains, sativas like Blue Dream or AK-47, and indicas like Pitbull, making custom blends before Brandi infuses into coconut oil and combines with gluten-free flour mixes, whole grains and alternative sweeteners like honey, agave or coconut nectar for natural treats with “that Whole Foods feel.”

Everything is lab-tested at The Werc Shop so patients can reliably know what type of experience they will enjoy. “The biggest problem with edibles is not knowing what you’re getting,” Lograsso says, “how big of a bite from a 1000 milligram edible do you have to take to get that small dose you want? I need patients to look at our labeling and be able to trust us,” adding that with low dose edibles, people are less likely to accidentally overdose themselves due to impatience, ignorance or sheer hunger.

Brandi’s Road Trip Bar is a moist, chewy, chocolatey granola bar, created for friends on the go, perfect for bringing to a summer festival, camping trip or chill vacation. The version retailed by Green Gold contains a scant 25 milligrams of THC per package, just right for a relaxing low dose in a satisfying portion size that won’t completely knock you out! Obviously, the potency of your homemade Road Trip Bars will vary depending on the THC content of your cannabis-infused coconut oil, so you can adjust the dose to your personal preference. Just remember to start slow! Eat only a small amount and wait at least one hour before consuming any more cannabis-infused food. Always wait for your road trip to reach its destination, and never consume edibles before driving.

Read the rest at hightimes.com

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