3-17-17 Happy Friday Everyone!
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This Week’s Marijuana News Round-Up:
More Americans Are Being Sentenced for Marijuana Than Heroin; Jeff Sessions Says Marijuana ‘Only Slightly Less Awful” Than Getting Hooked on Heroin; Rectal Marijuana More Effective Than Smoking; Life for Pot; Marijuana Lifer Edwin Rubis: The Months and Years Go By and We’re Still Here; Marc and Jodie Emery Ordered to Cease Cannabis Culture Operations; and more.
Read the Week in Weed.
Today’s Recipe: Beef and Bean Cheeba Chili
Since the weather is still cold in much of country, I thought this might be a good weekend to make a pot of chili! This is sort of a Texas style chili. I say sort of because it uses no tomatoes, which is traditional for the Lone Star state. But it is non-traditional as I like to include beans in my chili for additional texture and flavor, but especially because of the healthy fiber and nutrients they add. Extremely non-traditional is addition of marijuana, but hey, I feel it’s HIGH time Texas gets with the program. Using a slow cooker let’s you set this recipe and forget it.
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Use Marijuana Oil to medicate this recipe.
See You Tomorrow!
“Cannabis” Cheri Sicard
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