In French kitchens, they call it beurre composé. In American kitchens, butter plus another ingredient–herb, spice, nut–is known as compound butter, our blunt description of churned dairy blended with flavors and textures. And in medical cannabis kitchens, the most common compound butter is naturally cannabutter — a blending of butter and cannabis that infuses the herb’s medicinal essence into everybody favorite emulsion, providing a key ingredient in many edibles.
But why stop there? If you can measure spices, chop nuts, melt chocolate, mince herbs and stir a spatula, compound cannabutters are easy to make, and will add true flair and flavor to you medicated treats. Read the rest of this entry »