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Ingredients1 loaf whole-wheat bread
1 cup sliced avocado
1 lb Provolone cheese
2 tablespoons ground hemp seed
1 teaspoon basil
half a clove of garlic (optional)
tomato or sun-dried tomatoes (optional)
1/4 oz Cannabis Bud
1 stick CannaButter
- Place slices of cheese, then avocado on a piece of bread. Sprinkle with hemp seeds and basil.
- For extra variety, add tomato slices and sprouts or sun-dried tomatoes and garlic. Top with another slice of bread.
- Drop a tablespoon of CannaButter into the frying pan and grill the toastie on both sides, on low heat.
- Grill with as much butter as you can without burning the bread, covering the pan to melt the cheese.
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