If you’ve ever asked the question: what can I do with the strained weed I’ve used, let me show you 5 Ways To Use Leftover Cannabis Pulp!
Should you save your cannabis pulp?
YES! Don’t throw out that beautiful pulp!
While some Canna-Conneseurs may not agree that the used cannabis flower is good after you’ve decarded and used it, we feel that the leftover weed material is full of beneficial nutrients, compounds, and terpenes.
Let me show you how you can save your Cannabis pulp so that you can enjoy every last part of your plant.
For these recipes below featuring cannabis pulp, it is recommended to start low and go slow.
It’s what I like to call: ” The Marijuana Mantra”.
I personally recommend starting with just a 1/3 or 1/4 cup leftover flower pulp and going from there.
Just so you’re aware, the spent cannabis flower can have a very strong taste to some individuals – and you may not like it – BUT, there is a chance you might!
Enjoy a nice hot cup of cocoa, coffee or golden milk ?
You can simply pack a tea ball with your leftover cannabis leaves in oil or butter and steep them directly into any of your favorite beverages!
Cannabis Golden Milk Recipe here. Just replace with pulp!
It’s easy and super verstaile.
You can create your own cannabis-infused vinaigrette with your favorite fresh toppings, lettuce, and your leftover cannabis pulp.
To make your own salad with this option, just use about 1 tablespoon pulp, and add it to a 1/4 cup – 1/2 cup of white vinegar and mix.
The vinegar will act as a solvent to help remove the remaining cannabinoids from the plant.
Yes! Use your leftover cannabis pulp and create a tasty or spicy infused salsa.
You can use about 1/3-1/4 cup leftover cannabis pulp per 1 cup of salsa. Mix it up, and dip!
Pair this with your favorite crackers or tortilla chips for a yummy and quick edible snack.
Salsa Recipe Here, just replace with pulp!
Love pesto? Me too.
I grab a container of pesto at the local grocery store, and then I use a small amount of Cannabis pulp to mix it up.
Because pesto tastes strong, you may not notice the weed, but you’ll feel it – I bet!
Using what I call: “The Marijuana Mantra”, dose low and slow. Start with 2-3 tbsp of pulp for every container of pesto but adjust as necessary and desired.
Nothing beats a nice garlic butter on fresh toast or bread!
Using your Cannabis pulp, you can mix in a few tbsp to your already existing Cannabutter.
You can also mix pulp with regular butter and 1 teaspoon of minced garlic, mix well and slather it onto your bread, broil in the oven for 5 minutes or more and enjoy!
Garlic bread recipe here. (just replace and use pulp)
If you’re starting to cook with Cannabis, or you are a seasoned Canna-Chef, check out more recipes here.
For great ideas, pairings and cooking products, check out these products.