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3 Ways Your Thanksgiving Turkey Can Get You High

These recipes are part of our Danksgiving party menu.

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1. Rub and Baste Turkey with Cannabis Butter.

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Many turkey recipes call for rubbing the skin of the bird with butter before placing it in the oven. Cannabis Butter can easily replace your regular butter in this step. Continue to baste the bird with the drippings every thirty minutes to make sure every part of that turkey is canna-juicy! Get a recipe for Cannabis Butter here.

2. Add Cannabis to Your Home-Made Gravy.

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It's not Thanksgiving without a whole lot of gravy going on. So, why not add cannabis to your favorite gravy recipe? Here's a simple recipe that calls for butter, which makes it super easy to substitute Cannabis Butter for a very special Danksgiving.

Alternatively, you can add some Cannabis-Infused Alcohol (click for recipe) to an already prepared gravy and heat until the alcohol burns off.

3. Kick Up an Easy Packet Mix Gravy.

Maybe you like to keep things simple in the kitchen. An easy fix is to start with a packet gravy mix and kick it up from there. Here's a recipe donated from the Incredibles Medibles cookbook by my dear friend, Perry Anzilotti.

Ganja Gravy Recipe

Original recipe title "Zoomin Shroomin Gravy"; recipe created by Perry Anzilotti

Serves 4

INGREDIENTS

3 tablespoons of Slow Cooker Cannabis Oil (click for recipe)

1 1/2 cups of mushrooms (your choice of variety, coarsely chopped)

1/2 teaspoon of chopped rosemary (fresh or dried)

1/4 cup wine (red, white or marsala)

1 packet of mushroom gravy mix (net wt. 0.75 oz.) makes one cup

3/4 cup of water

optional: 1/2 cup milk

Special equipment

Medium size skillet

DIRECTIONS

1. In a medium size skillet, over medium-high heat, add canna-oil, mushrooms, rosemary and wine. Saute until soft, for about ten minutes.

2. Add the above remaining ingredients: gravy packet mix and water. (For a creamier mushroom gravy, substitute the 3/4 cup of water with 1/4 cup water and 1/2 cup milk.)

3. Reduce the heat to a simmer and cook, stirring occasionally, until some of the liquid has evaporated and the sauce has thickened slightly, about 5 minutes.

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