With today’s plethora of fancy marijuana-medicated edibles crowding the shelves of access

With today’s plethora of fancy marijuana-medicated edibles crowding the shelves of access points, sometimes it’s easy to forget the basic building blocks of cannabis cuisine, and the importance of covering the basics. Let’s face it: A simple, humble brownie has no spectacular rock-star appeal to your taste buds such as you might find with, say, a caramel-covered turtle krispie treat. The brownie can’t hide behind the glamour of its appearance; it has only its taste and potency.Fortunately, the folks at PC Edibles seem to have internalized that message; this I know, because their brownies tell me so. PC Edibles brownies each contain 1/4 gram of hash, according to the label; the notion that they are potent is abundantly backed up by lab results from local cannabis testing lab Analytical 360, which found them to contain almost 40 milligrams of THC, marijuana’s principal psychoactive ingredient. (The exact amount was 39.83 mg of THC in a 75-gram brownie.)PC Edibles also offers a version of the brownie with half the amount of hash — 1/8 gram — which, presumably, would have about 20 mg of THC for those who are either more budget conscious, more sensitive to the effects of marijuana, or both. These usually go for a $5 donation in most shops around town, while the version with 1/4 gram hash, like I had, usually goes for $10 and is worth it.I found my PC Edibles Brownie at Key Peninsula Collective, 15607 902nd St. KPN, Lakebay. They are also available in many access points in Seattle and Tacoma.


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