Sunday, August 9, 2020

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Make These Infused Dumplings As A Go-To Cannabis Snack

Making your own involves sourcing a pasta shell, a pungent and flavorful filling, and a little bit of activated oil, because what cannabis lover wouldn’t want to also get high off a dumpling?

4 Popular Date Night Foods That Might Be Killing Your Sex Drive

If your idea of a sexy night is recreating scenes from "9 1/2 Weeks" or even "Lady and the Tramp," stop right there. We have some bad news for you.

This Marijuana Infused Fresh Pasta Is Perfect For Lazy Fall Weekends

As long as pasta has been around, cannabis has been there, too, though until today's big consumables boom, they weren't always combined.

Olympian Tara Lipinski Says This Food Was Her Secret Skating Weapon

The Olympic gold medal winner says this food has always been the secret to her success.

3 Ways To Have A Cannabis-Infused Dinner On The Table In Minutes

It’s tricky to cook for one or two people at a time on the fly, but here's three ways to have a marijuana medicated dinner on the table in minutes.

This Genius Pasta Morphs Into 3D Shapes When Added To Water

Some really smart people at MIT just invented pasta that sprouts into 3D shapes when added to water. Think of it as "edible origami."

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