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6 cannabis cookbooks with recipes from basic to gourmet

As cannabis is legalized - although it remains illegal under federal law - and goes mainstream in California and other states, the cookbook industry has churned into high gear with books on what ways to use jazz cabbage beyond the bong. What to look for? A lot depends on your level of expertise - not just in the kitchen but with cannabis itself. If you've been making batches of pot brownies and want to expand your repertoire to, say, French macarons, there are cookbooks to help you out. Many books have lengthy introductions that outline the specifics of cooking with cannabis, so find one that fits with what you

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