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Baked! Baked!: 35 Marijuana Munchies to Make and Bake 35 Marijuana Munchies to Make and Bakeby Chris Stone
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A spliffy little cookbook of baked ganja delights for people who prefer to eat their weed rather than smoke it.
Featuring 35 recipes for breads, cakes, cookies, and more, this cannabis and cooking mash-up puts the marijuana in the munchies. Baked! is loaded with craving-busting ganja delights such as Mind-Blown Scones, Wake and Bake Breakfast Rolls, Boom-Boom Biscuits, and Mary Jane’s Banana Bread, as well as a selection of savory snacks like Ganja Garlic Heads, Baked! Potatoes, and Herbal Quiche. None of these quick-and-easy bakes takes more than an hour to prepare, and all recipes include an option for baking without that special ingredient (but why would you want to do that?). Featuring eye-catching illustrations and design, Baked! is a unique book that promises to become an instant pot-lit classic.
Chris Stone is a writer and editor with a keen interest in cannabis. Stone is the author of the bestselling book Spliffigami and the follow-up title in the same series, Bongology.
Gordon Lewis is a leading food editor, writer, and herb specialist. He has spent many years devising recipes for particular needs—a skill honed within these pages for the benefit of stoners everywhere. Born in Scotland, Lewis now lives and works in New York and London, and has managed noted food stores in both cities.
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"The recipes are actually delightfully simple, straightforward, and smart. . . . This is a gateway cookbook. While following the book's recipes will get you high, its most valuable function might be teaching people who don't cook, who have no interest in the kitchen, how to make a decent short crust, the value of roasting whole heads of garlic, and how to tell when a quiche is cooked through."
--The Atlantic Food Channel, 11/3/10
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