How to Make Cannabis-Infused Beef Tacos
You've heard of cannabis infused cake, brownies, gummies, and a plethora of other sweets, but what about infusing cannabis in your everyday meals? Today I'll be sharing a recipe for tacos and guacamole, something everyone knows and loves with a little CBD infusion. To infuse the Full Spectrum CBD oil, you must first add the CBD to an oil base. I chose to use Active CBD Isolate Powder. It's 998 mg of pure CBD, it's oil soluble, so most tend to use olive oil or coconut oil as a base.
To add the isolate powder to the oil you must use a double boiling method, getting the CBD too hot can cause it to evaporate, and dismissing it completely from the dish. Once you've successfully added the CBD to the oil you're ready to start making magic in the kitchen!
Tacos can be made healthy or less so, depending on the ingredients and amounts you use. To prepare a healthy homemade version of tacos, avoid gigantic tortilla wraps and high-fat fillings. If you make them with a focus on healthy ingredients, tacos can provide a good balance of protein, fats and carbohydrates and provide ample amounts of fiber, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
- 1-pound ground beef
- 1 small, minced red onion
- 2 minced cloves of garlic
- 4-6 tbsp of CBD Oil (for coating)
- 1/2 tablespoon CBD oil (for cooking)
- Taco shellsSpices for Taco Seasoning
- 1 teaspoon cumin
- 1 teaspoon Mexican oregano
- 1 teaspoon chili or to taste
- 1 teaspoon paprika
Get a medium-sized sauce pan, and put it on medium heat. Then add the CBD infused oil when pan is hot after heating the oil, add your onions and sautee them add beef, break up the beef into small chunks using a spatula till it’s thoroughly cookedAfter beef is cooked, add the other seasonings and stir until mixture is homogenousAllow to sit and simmer for 10-15 minutes so all the flavors are thoroughly mixed with each otherHeat up tortillas, add your CBD infused guacamole and favorite hot sauce, then get ready for a delicious CBD infused meal"
If you want to lose weight, you need to limit calories, so make tacos less energy dense by using lower calorie vegetables for most of the filling instead of ground beef. Foods like beef with a lot of fat tend to have more calories for a small amount of food, while foods that contain a lot of water and fiber, like non-starchy vegetables, contain relatively few calories for a larger amount of food. The added volume from the vegetables will make you feel full for longer even though you consume fewer calories. Otherwise, have a small serving of tacos and fill the rest of your plate with non-starchy vegetables.