With the surge in cannabis consumption at a recreational level becoming increasingly more legal, it’s only fitting to explore cannabis and food pairings on a deeper level.

Through some thoughtful research online I noticed that not many people were really having this conversation in a public forum.

Sure, there were some menus where some restaurants had taken it upon themselves to pair strains with featured menu items.

But I wondered, how did they make those decisions? What made them the voice of authority? Was there a bad ass formula that I was missing out on? I needed to know how to elevate my cerebral foodie experience.

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Michelle Slieff ~ MerryJane.com ~

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