Follow the recipe below and start your weed infused meal today! A springtime staple, asparagus is a versatile vegetable that doesn’t need much prep or seasoning to shine. In this dish we lightly cook asparagus, tomatoes, and scallions in CBD Coconut Oil and season with salt and pepper for a light, simple side dish.
Cook for 4-5 minutes, gently shaking the pan to cook evenly. Add the tomatoes and the scallion and continue to cook for 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat and season with salt and pepper to taste. If you would like to reduce the potency per serving, reduce the amount of CBD Coconut Oil and substitute with your cooking oil of choice. There is no question that the way to consume cannabis has changed over the last few years. With many states passing laws to legalize cannabis, its popularity has grown. People have embraced the medical nature of the plant and the recreational side. In the past smoking cannabis was the most common way of using the substance but with cannabis become legal people have found that edibles are the way to go. Here are five of the best brands of edibles in Oregon that have proven track records and offer the best products.
In this episode, Lisa interviews Laurie Wolf, an American food writer and entrepreneur, and now a leader in the edible community and an award-winning culinary entrepreneur. In 2014, she founded Laurie + Maryjane with her daughter-in-law, Mary. Since 2015, Laurie has published four cannabis cookbooks. The Periodic Effects podcast focuses on the Business & Science of Cannabis . Bringing you an insider look at cannabis business operators and the latest studies on cannabis science research. If you’re operating in the cannabis industry, a budtender looking to learn more, or a consumer wondering how cannabis can help you, this is the podcast for you! Interviews about cannabis, psychedelics, self-optimization and All Things Green. Host Lex Pelger sits down with scientists, activists, adventurers, policy-makers, underground herbalists, nature nerds, radical lawyers and others doing their part to make the world a greener place. The Greener Grass Podcast is a BlueBird Botanicals Production. Please send your ideas, comments and feedback to [email protected] Founder of Maria + Jane and GetPlanty, Jac Carly, chats with the world’s women in the cannabis. From founders to growers to bud-tenders to advocates, these are the women making it happen. The Maria + Jane podcast is here to educate, empower and inspire you to be the best you can be and rock it in the cannabis industry. It’s a category that used to begin and end with the bone-dry pot brownie, served in a college dorm room. "I’m warming to the idea of trying cannabis again when I hear about a “Tapas & Terps” dinner hosted by Laurie Wolf, author of Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Cannabis. Vaporizers will be on hand, says the Evite, and each course will be served with a strain that showcases a dominant terpene. It’s a rain-soaked evening when my husband and I arrive at Wolf’s swank floating home in Oregon City. Our hostess ushers us into an airy living room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Willamette River and striking artwork on the walls—including an original Mapplethorpe photograph. We chill on the couch with ten others—some of whom are already passing around a vape pen. (I demur.) There’s a cannabis-activist power couple, a young woman in a chic gauzy black dress, and Laurie’s fetching daughter-in-law, Mary, with whom she runs an edibles company. Conversation flits from which pot growers use organic methods to the benefits of vape pens." "Laurie & MaryJane Nut Mix: Made by Oregon City residents Laurie Wolf and her daughter-in-law, Mary Wolf, these nuts won first place at the 2015 Dope Cup in the hotly contested “savory edibles” category." Earth Fare Closing All Locations, Including 3 In Georgia. Earth Fare announced Monday it is closing all of its locations, including three in Georgia. CUMMING, GA — All three Georgia locations of Earth Fare, a natural and organic grocery store and full-service supermarket, will be closing, the company announced Monday. Earth Fare said it will begin inventory liquidation sales at all of its stores. All employees have been notified of the impending closure of the company's stores and corporate office.
During this time, the company will continue to pursue a sale of assets, in whole or in parts, the press release said. The Asheville, North Carolina-based chain operates 50 stores in 10 states, including three locations in Georgia in Augusta, Athens and Cumming. Here's a list of Earth Fare locations in Georgia: 368 Fury's Ferry Road, Augusta, GA 30907 1689 South Lumpkin St., Athens, GA 30606 3140 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Cumming, GA 30041. "Earth Fare has been proud to serve the natural and organic grocery market, and the decision to begin the process of closing our stores was not entered into lightly," the company said. "We'd like to thank our team members for their commitment and dedication to serving our customers, and our vendors and suppliers for their partnership." Over the course of the past few years, the company has implemented numerous strategic initiatives aimed at growth and expansion and enhancing the customer experience. "While many of these initiatives improved the business, continued challenges in the retail industry impeded the company's progress as well as its ability to refinance its debt," the press release said. "As a result, Earth Fare is not in a financial position to continue to operate on a go-forward basis. As such, we have made the difficult, but necessary decision to commence inventory liquidation sales while we continue to engage in a process to find potential suitors for our stores." The inventory liquidation sales will feature an assortment of merchandise at significant price reductions.
Store fixtures are also available for sale as part of this process.