US Army Vet, Dad, Churner & Cannabis Lover
Please don't be sorry, no question should be left answered ...This was my conundrum when I did the the infused simple syrup
It works as a quick delivery that you can control
It makes great edibles
What are folks opinions on small amounts of sugar to deliver thc/cbd?
In the peppermint patties I made there was a teaspoon of infused simple syrup spread over 24 patties(I know all the powdered sugar, just an example)
By concentrating the milligrams into small amounts of the syrup you can add Chile paste or other flavoring and infuse your entree at the very end of the cooking process
Infused coconut oil can be substituted
200mg (or more) can be infused into a dish by adding a teaspoon of infused syrup and 2 tablespoons of Sambal and you have a nice sauce to toss noodles in, just keep in mind that dosing is always an issue so a thorough mix should spread out the mg enough to distribute the dosing over several servings
I watch cannabis cooking shows and they use a lot of high direct heat which seems like it would evaporate/burn off a lot of "medicine"
Trying Malaysian food now and it is perfect for infusing
Sorry for going off topic, more of an edibles post
I think the more you can avoid it the better, overtime try other options such as monk fruit extract syrup or simple chia pudding. I am a huge fan of coconut oil, I frequently use it along with Ghee, both options are shelf stable after ....... Have fun and experiment with it, personal preference and tastes play a huge portion of it.
Honestly never go over 250F to preserve the best I can, I am mostly after CBN for her (360F boiling) and I achieve excellent results like that.