But it's not always that easy.
Know that some foods make the cannabis hit harder: If you don't want to get super-high, you might want to stay away from cooking with coconut oil. "The 'best' vehicle for cannabis absorption is coconut oil, which means it will make whatever you put it in, more potent," Mike advised. So, if you want a supercharged THC-bomb, use coconut oil. "If you do that, you can also use the coconut oil topically," he added. And damn, that must feel good, right? "It does," he added, confidentiality.
Your kitchen (and house) doesn't need to smell like bud: Cooking with cannabis will make your kitchen smell like weed. It's that simple. But there are some ways to get down, clandestinely. "You can boil the bud, which sucks out the color, and a lot of the smell," Mike said. Do that for about five minutes, and you should be solid. Or, if you live in a legal state, you can purchase extractions that are scentless and tasteless -- which is what Mike and his team use in the first place.