The Cooking JournalCOOKINGJOURNAL
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Track Your Cannabis Culinary Adventures
Do you like to cook with cannabis? Haven’t yet stepped inside the cannabis kitchen, but eager to give it a try? Goldleaf’s Cooking Journal helps you track your culinary adventures so that you can create appropriately potent cannabis infusions and delicious recipes. The Cooking Journal encourages stress-free kitchen experimentation by providing you with information and data points that can help you concoct culinary masterpieces. This journal features blank templated recipe pages for both cannabis infusions and traditional cooking, a series of terpene flavor pairings (by Jamie Evans, The Herb Somm), helpful dosing calculations to plan your dishes, and much more. Bundle with the companion recipe cards or vegan leather cover and save.
- 36 blank templated recipe pages
- 16 blank templated infusion recipe pages
- Dosing calculations & recommendations
- Terpene flavor pairing infographics
- Cooking oil comparison chart
- Acid-free, chlorine-free, FSC, responsibly milled paper
- Classic cream-colored pages that are easier on the eyes
- Limited edition stone grey cover with gold emblem
- A5 size - 5.8" x 8.3" for better visibility
- v.1, co-edited by Jamie Evans, The Herb Somm
- Designed in Ohio
*This product is designed for reference only. We do not condone illegal activities. Please check your local laws on the legality of cooking with cannabis.
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