Thanksgiving meals are starting to look a little different than they used to in some parts of the United States.
With cannabis legalization sweeping the nation, more and more Thanksgiving hosts have decided to cook up an infused Thanksgiving. Instead of just baking the turkey and pies, people are getting their families and friends baked with the help of THC-infused butter and more.
David Rivera, store manager of the Essence cannabis dispensary in Las Vegas, Nevada told KTNV that cannabinoid infused butters and olive oils have been flying off the shelves due to the many ways of incorporating them into traditional Thanksgiving fixings.
When cooking with cannabis, it goes without saying, but Rivera’s biggest tip is to “always ask your guests if they’re Ok with the ingestion.”
With big-meal holidays like Hannukah, Christmas, and New Years just around the corner, we’ll be looking to see if more retailers and brands hop on the infused ingredients trend.
Given how pricey some infused products are, we’ll also be looking to see if more people decide to infuse butters and oils it at home with a device like the Magical Butter machine.
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