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Decarboxylating for Baking?

paganini

Member
The first time I made coconut cannabis oil I did not decarboxlated and used it for browines at 350 degrees for 42 minutes of baking. They were excellent. Now I learned of the process of decarbolxylating and have been doing it at 240F Degrees but is not as good.

My questions is, if for baking, should I not decarboxylate the herb?
 

Bucudinkydow

Well-Known Member
I'd definitely use the method that works best for you. 350 for 42 minutes is probably doing all the decarbing that's needed. I have a friend that mixes her nondecarbed finely ground bud into the coconut oil and then immediately mixes this in the brownie mix. Worx pretty well for her.
 
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