top of page
  • House of Dankness

Cooking with Cannabis: A Beginners Guide

Updated: Feb 20

Cannabis leaf on a plate with a knife and fork.

Have you ever tried cooking with cannabis? It can be a tricky process, requiring precision and high-quality ingredients. But fear not because House of Dankness is here to provide you with the finest cannabis flower that will elevate your culinary creations to a whole new level.

Cooking with cannabis has gained popularity in recent years, with more and more people exploring the world of edibles. However, it is not as simple as just adding some weed to your recipe. The quality of the cannabis flower plays a crucial role in the taste and potency of your infused dishes.

When it comes to cooking with cannabis, using subpar flower can lead to disappointing results. That's why House of Dankness is the go-to choice for those who want to take their cannabis-infused dishes to the next level. In this article, we will delve into the difficulties of cooking with cannabis and highlight the importance of using high-quality flower provided by House of Dankness. Get ready to embark on a culinary journey like no other.

The Difficulties of Cooking with Cannabis

Counterintuitively, freshly picked marijuana buds aren't suitable for cooking just as they are. They must be carefully dried and cured to unlock the cannabinoids and make them absorbable. This is the same type of flower you'll find at a dispensary, which is far more reliable to cook with than uncured homegrown varieties.

Choosing professionally cured bud from a premium dispensary, like House of Dankness, will give you exact knowledge of what you're getting in terms of:

  • Strain Type

  • Cannabinoid Content

  • Psychoactive Effects

  • Potency

  • Duration of the Effects

Note that if you aren't yet accustomed to cooking with cannabis, you can risk damaging your hard-earned green. At House of Dankness, our committed and experienced budtenders are always glad to advise you on the optimal strain type for your needs.

Exploring the Potential of Cannabis-Infused Dishes

The possibilities for cannabis-infused dishes, desserts, and drinks are endless, extending well beyond old-school pot brownies or THC gummies. Marijuana affects the body very differently when properly ingested, in large part because of the action of liver enzymes. This makes THC more potent and absorbable, particularly at the blood-brain barrier. These effects are impaired, or even the opposite, with CBD. Consuming THC also results in a more unique, long-lasting effect, widely considered more of a "body high."

The Benefits of Using House of Dankness Flower Products

Creating your very own cannabis dishes and treats is well worth it, but you'll have a much more successful, pleasant experience by starting with an optimal strain. With a little foreknowledge and prep work, your cannabis cooking experience will meet your expectations and deepen your relationship with the newest herb in your spice cabinet.

By selecting premium strains from House of Dankness, your culinary aspirations will come from a place of quality. We approach our growing techniques from seed to bud with an innate sense of craftsmanship. Our carefully controlled curing process locks in as many psychoactive and health-promoting agents as possible for an enhanced cooking and dining experience.

Elevate Your Culinary Adventures with House of Dankness

House of Dankness specializes in world-class growing, harvesting, and processing techniques, ensuring our customers receive optimal quality and choice. These benefits also extend to the kitchen, where cooking with marijuana hasn't traditionally been an exact science.

Cannabis lovers now have greater control over their experience, regardless of the greater complexities of cooking it. To realize your marijuana cooking ambitions, stop by our world-class dispensary along Denver Metro's eastern I-70 corridor or contact us with any questions.

You can also order online to beat the rush if you know exactly what you need.


48 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page