Rosin tech is gaining popularity with incredible momentum, and if you’ve caught on to the hype by making some of your own, chances are that you have found yourself with some leftover rosin chips on hand.
What are rosin chips? When you finish pressing flowers into rosin, what remains afterwards are a pile of semi dry, flattened out saucer chips. These chips, like the flowers they came from, also contain valuable cannabinoids which can be recovered in several different ways.
These partially decarboxylated squished remnants of flower are a perfect precursor for makingedibles at home. With a few simple ingredients and a free afternoon, you can make yourself all sorts of delicious treats by recycling all of your leftover rosin chips.
Below is a recipe for making your very own vegan rosin budder. This is a fantastic starter recipe for anybody new to making edibles, and your finished product can be used in a myriad of edibles recipes. Because this recipe utilizes coconut oil, this product is safe for those wishing to refrain from animal byproducts.
It’s blue-green, absurdly healthy but often overlooked or misunderstood; Spirulina may not be from Pandora, but it grows in our version of that magical moon, Hawaii, along with other exotic locations around the globe.
This blue-green algae is a freshwater plant that is now one of the most researched, and alongside its cousinchlorella, most talked about superfoods today. Grown around the world from Mexico to Africa to even Hawaii, spirulina is renowned for its intense flavor and even more powerful nutrition profile!
While you may have only seen it as an ingredient in your green superfood beverages, energy bars and natural supplements, spiralina benefits are so amazing that taken on a daily basis they could restore and revitalize your health! To date, there are nearly 1,200 peer-reviewed scientific articles evaluating its health benefits. (1)
Spirulina Benefits: 10 Proven Reasons to Use This Superfood
Not everyone can get their hands on the Hawaiian variety, but fortunately spirulina that’s regularly produced also includes some pretty unbelievable health benefits for people who regularly consume it.
This Queso goes great with the vegan and gluten free nacho recipe that is further down in this post!
To save some time I cut out part of the first step (of the queso recipe) about letting the eggplant sit in the colander for 15 minutes. It may be because I am already in the dry desert, but it still turned out delicious!
All together it takes me about 20-30 minutes to make these vegan and gluten free nachos for the family. I must say, it is an absolute hit and really tastes like the real thing. I even add a little bit of my own favorite spices to top off the flavor of the queso. (salt, pepper,garlic powder, onion powder).