Space Cake; the Truth!

The baking of weed brownies is always something teenagers do. Their parents are away for the weekend and the creative stoners want to bake a nice space cake. This is how most of the brownies are made. For most people, baking brownies means that a few grams of weed is poured into a recipe for a normal cake. The whole thing becomes sticky and it tastes weird to chew on it. This is why a book has been brought out; 420 Gourmet: The elevated art of cannabis cuisine. It is a cookbook with an educational guide to efficiently cook weed brownies.

It is an educative cook book were he calls himself JeffThe420Chef, he also invented to claim canna butter and cannabis oil. He has an online THC tool were you can measure how much weed you need for a space cake. The book starts with an overview of his experiences and work ethos. It also states how you can improve weed art. On the basis of his own experiences, Jeff explains how recipes and doses can be adjusted. A lot of people are so easy on brownies space cake; a gram of blue dream in a brown cake and the results are good. This is non sense, and we do not believe it. When you really put crumbled weed inside your brownie, you will need some kind of decarboxylation and this is not necessary. It will taste horrible and your body will probably even reject the browny; read, you will throw up. This is the last thing you want when going for a nice space cake.

The strangeness of the brownies is not everything. People who never cooked a space cake before will talk about how strong their brownies are, they will not even understand what is meant by this. When we first started with weed brownies, we got them at a night of drinks. One friend yelled; 150 milligrams of weed, I have it. It costs 25 dollars all in, and we threw up 30 minutes after. This is why we have a great recipe here:

Ingredients for space cake:

– 200 gram flout

– 200 gram butter

– 8 gram weed

– 3 eggs

– 1 cup (128 gram) of backing powder

– 1 cup (128 gram) of vanilla sugar

– 1 pinch of salt

– 1 splash of milk

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