Brownie Recipe

This post is for those who live or would like to live where it's okay to bake marijuana brownies.

4 large eggs

1 cup sugar - used confectioners
1 cup brown sugar - semi brown granulated substitute

No sifter on hand, pinch clumps with fingers

Melt 8 ounces of butter and add a generous 1/4 cup of olive oil

1 1/3 cups cocoa - bumped it up from 1 1/4
2 teaspoons vanilla extract (None on hand, not used)
1 cup flour ... one unsifted cup and the result is a little more like a cake... 1/2 cup is the original recipe
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt... didn't use salt with salted butter

1/4 teaspoon of baking soda was activated with 1 teaspoon of fire cider, 2 or even 3 might be better. Try two first.

Mix 1/2 to 2/3 cup fairly fine sansemia, cannabis, in with dry ingredients. Adjust to taste, about 1/2 ounce; This recipe will supply one or two people with daily desert for at least a month, store in refrigerator.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Butter and flour an 8-inch square pan.

Hand mixing is easy and is probably easiest when considering cleanup. Mix eggs well, add fire cider.

Mix eggs and fire cider into warm oil and butter. Poor mixed liquids into mixing bowl then add dry ingredients into liquids while continuing mixing. By hand is not difficult, much easier than factory made mixes, not so sticky.

Pour the batter into a greased and floured 8-inch square pan and bake for 45 minutes.

Check for doneness with a toothpick inserted into the center of the pan, comes out clean when it's done, remove to a rack to cool. One cup of flour makes brownies thicker yet cook about the same length of time as a thinner version.

Chocolate is imported from tropical regions. One recipe ingredient may be planted during spring equinox almost anywhere on Earth. Heavy early spring snows and freezes are not a problem for green brownie seeds; They know when to start growing. This photo is the 26th day after spring equinox. The seeds were planted in a rough groove made with a small stick. They are weeds, easily moved with a teaspoon or trowel at this stage. Hold back some seed as a reserve in case of a late hard freeze.

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