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Hosting your first dinner party with cannabis? Baking brownies for the first time? We recommend taking a look at some of these tips to make sure your party is safe and fun.

 Handy Tips For When You’re New to Cannabis Cooking

Handy Tips When You're New to Cannabis Cooking

By The Stoner's Cookbook

If you're new to making edibles or hosting a cannabis cookout, then take the time to look through these tips that are super helpful in preparing yourself and your guests.

  • Take Care of Your Attendees

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Make sure that your guests don’t leave until a couple of hours post-dinner. Their sense of direction may be off after a cannabis meal, so make sure you take care of them.

  • Make Sure to Have No Surprises for Your Guests

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Try not freak out your attendees by spiking their food. Always inform them about the cannabis cuisine experience ahead of time so that whoever comes does so knowingly.

  • Time and Patience are Key

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Orally ingested cannabis can take a while to take effect, but it seems there's always somebody who can’t wait and who takes more. This is a bad idea, so portion it and don't give out seconds.

  • Remember the Importance of Flavour

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    When serving a meal, make sure it not only gets you baked, but that it also tastes good. Focus your cooking on flavour and try following a [recipe](http://www.thestonerscookbook.com/meals/). 

  • Wait for the Right Moment

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    It's important to wait for the right mood and time when introducing the edibles at your party. Obtain your desired mood with music and appetizers, then set it off right with the cannabis.

  • Symptoms of Over-Consumption

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    If someone has had too much, calm them down by soothing the mood. Physically, other than a drop in blood pressure, they'll be just fine, but take care and get them to lay down.

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