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ABV Coconut Oil Salad Dressing

Discussion in 'Cooking with Cannabis' started by Ratm22, Apr 3, 2014.

  1. Ratm22

    Ratm22 Professional Vaporist

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    So I was extracting some abv in Coconut oil. About an hour into the simmer, I used 4 tablespoons on a large salad.

    Blasted :haw: :ko: :haw: !!

    This has got to be one of the most potent ways to ingest extractions. All the baked goods I have made take longer to get into your system. This was quick and strong.

    Anyone else eat straight coconut oil? Once it cools to fridge temp it will be hard. Has anyone eaten raw hard coconut oil?

    Also whats the best way to press the abv to get all the oil out?

    What can you do with the abv once its pressed? Its still oily, compost is what i did.
     
    Last edited: Apr 3, 2014
  2. Lo

    Lo Combustion free since '09

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    I have made coconut freezer fudge with my infused oil, there is a thread in this section on it. It's very easy to make. It's nice as you can just grab a piece or 3 out of freezer at any time. Other than that I've only used in cooking, not a fan of just raw oil to eat for most part.

    There is also a thread for coconut canna capsules in this section which I've always been tempted to try though filling capsules seems a tad tedious...it seems an excellent method and pretty stealth as well.

    I have switched my straining method a few times over the years. I don't like to use cheesecloth or other absorbant materials. I've gotten some really fine stainless mesh strainers which I double up and for small batch stuff I have a fine mesh nylon tea strainer basket. Both of these work very well with less goody loss than cloth IMHO. I use the back of a spoon and press the material against sides of strainer, stir, let sit, press, sit, stir. Not a quick method but a pretty thorough one.

    Coconut oil ROCKS!
     
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