Jaime Lewis, the founder of Mountain Medicine, blends her culinary expertise with her knowledge of weed in order to make edibles that don't taste like crap. We talked to the chef-turned-weed-chef about cooking with cannabis and the industry's future.

Driving to the headquarters of Mountain Medicine, a small kitchen in Denver that manufactures and distributes weed edibles to dispensaries all over the state of Colorado, is tricky.

There's no storefront; it's tucked away behind an alley and past an armored gate.

Once inside, it's not the distinctive smell of cannabis that hits you, but rather the scent of cinnamon.

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