In the two years since Colorado legalized cannabis, chefs in the state have been finding new ways to make a meal of it.

“This is delicious, Roz Bielski says, dabbing her mouth with a napkin. “Like eating a cloud. This is the kind of food I’d picture eating in heaven.”

It is just after 10am on a sunny Sunday morning in Denver’s Highlands. Clusters of smart churchgoers saunter past the windows of the restaurant; an impossibly healthy-looking young couple follow, pedaling up the hill with yoga mats slung over their shoulders.

Then the peace is cracked by a cackle.

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Jonathan Thompson ~ TheGuardian.com ~

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