Hey guys. So I've had my vape for a while and have a good amount of ABV collected. Everything I have read says that the good stuff is already activated from being vaped, and thus does not need to be cooked or processed in any way to eat. So...why do people go to the trouble? Is it purely to mask the taste (which I know is pretty bad), or is there more to it than that? Even for firecrackers, which IMO actually taste very good since even a little peanut butter hides the ABV taste so easily, people recommend you put them in the microwave. Why? I just ask because when I tried before, even that stinks up my kitchen (and past experiments with fresh suggest that brownies would be worse) and I'd like know what I'd be putting myself in that compromising situation for. Just wondering if the consensus is "You don't NEED to cook it...but you should" or if it's just plain "There is no medical benefit from cooking it."