The Best Ways to Cook With CBD Oil
Cooking with Cannabidiol (CBD) oil has never been easier, from adding it to smoothies and salad dressings to creating powered butter and desserts.
Here we look at some simple ways to use the oil in your everyday cooking:
Edibles that gel well with Cannabidiol Smoothies:
Adding this oil to your smoothie is as simple as dropping a few drops in, whether you want a traditional strawberry-banana combination or something a little greener. Consider adding other health-enhancing smoothies' ingredients like omega 3-rich flax seeds to your smoothie.
To make Cannabidiol-infused (CBD) butter, melt the unsalted butter over low heat, add the oil and water, then give it time to cool. Store it in a jar when ready to use it. CBD butter may also be used instead of regular butter, so spread it on whole-wheel toast in the morning or pour it over any meal that calls for butter.
Avocados are nutrient-dense and flavorful, and they go well with crunchy chips. You may experience all you love about delicious guacamole by simply adding Cannabidiol oil to an already excellent guacamole recipe. Read our blog here on hot to make it!
How to Cook with CBD Oil:
Do not expose it to direct heat. Its composition can be altered by heat, reducing its efficiency. Instead of frying the vegetables in the oil, sprinkle the oil over them after serving. To make the oil more effective when cooking, combine it with another cooking oil such as olive oil. This is because it's fat-soluble, which means it can be absorbed better when combined with fats like avocado or coconut oil.
Ways to add Cannabidiol to food to enhance its flavour:
Assume you're having a simple breakfast consisting of coffee and toast. To infuse it, put a few drops of the oil right onto your toast and let it soak for a few minutes. Alternatively, if you want a more thorough infusion, you can add it to an actual recipe. If the recipe says add ½ cup of olive oil, you can substitute it with 1/8 of the oil!