ALL ABOUT SPACE CAKE
What are Space Cakes and What Makes them Go? The science of marijuana edibles and some gourmet recipes....
Space cake is simply a cake made with marijuana in it. Like all cannabis edibles, medicinal and recreational effects are long lasting.
SPACE CAKES IN THE URBAN DICTIONARY
Cakes made with marijuana in them. Often take longer to kick in (upto an hour), but last much longer, with a more intense high. Usually Tom and Jerry cakes (cheap,kiddies mix, available anywhere), that take 15 mins! and you only need an egg and water (oh yeah, and your weed).SIMPLE!
Cookie/brownie crammed full of dope. Mrs Smith took some space cakes to her local church coffee morning and the whole congregation was as stoned as a rats
Cake with marijuana in it. Damn i got wasted of that space cake last night. i can't remember shit!.. must have been like 100 bux of weed in it.
A cake made wiv sum ganja, yo G pass us some of dat space cake i wanna get high as a kite.
A cannabis edible, a marijuana edible or cannabis-infused food or simply a food product that contains cannabinoids usually extracted from cannabis flowers. The main cannabinoid is d9THC which accounts for space cakes psychoactive effects. Other cannabinoids like CBD, CBD, CBN are increasingly used to make exotic edibles with a perhaps more elite cerebral and medicinal experience.
The term edible may refer to drinks: a cannabis-infused drink, liquid edible, or drinkable.
Edibles with THC effects:, include feelings of relaxation and euphoria, increased appetite, and also fatigue, and anxiety in some. THC-dominant edibles currently the most popular for recreational and medical purposes. CBD edibles is usually restricted to medicinal use, however, so called elite edible manufacturers are including this cannabinoid, due to its reputation of balancing and moderating the effects of THC.
"Edibles take about 60 minutes to kick in, but effects last much longer, with a more intense high."
Cannabis-infused foods were used in India for thousands of years for spiritual and medicinal purposes. The Indians also manufactured cannabis oil extracts for millennia. The oil-solubility of cannabis extracts was also known to ancient Indians, with Sanskrit recipes requiring cannabis to be sautéed in ghee before mixing it with other ingredients. Edibles came into mainstream European vision with the 1954 publication of The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook which included: haschich fudge and brownies, which were soon to be adopted by the 1060's counterculture.
While cannabinoids are inherently safe, edibles pose a danger to children who could easily consume very intoxicating amounts of THC, which results in dizziness, vomiting and disorientation. Oral effects take many hours to wear off. Though edible overdose death is not documented, too many incidents have resulted in trips to the emergency ward. So, obviously, edibles must be stored out of reach of children. With that said, chemical cleaners, pharmaceutical drugs, solvents and weed killers present a more lethal threat to children
Uncooked Cannabis is not psychoactive. The native THC molecule is an acid, when heated, the "raw" THC molecule loses carbon dioxide. So raw THC less CO2 is the thing that 's psychoactive and this is why raw cake dough is not psychoactive (in case you've tasted) and this is what makes Space Cakes Go. THC can "degrade" to Cannabinol, which is psychoactive but has slightly different medicinal and "recreational: effects. Hashish, which is concentrated resin and oily cakes of cannabis flower, can be stored for long periods of time, if free of moisture. Hashish from the old Silk Road area contains d8 THC (not psychoactive), d9 THC,
"Cannabinol and Cannabidiol; when added to a cake or brownie mix, the buzz is Casablanca, as opposed to 7/11 sugar store - full on THC American sheit." - Johnny Rodriguez
The difference between the effects of edibles with inhalation is difficult to pin down with great precision, with variables including, type of marijuana, type of individual, array of cannabinoids, previous consumption of food and metabolic variations due to time of consumption and physical state (exercise, resting, working hard).
No question vaping or smoking delivers cannabinoids nearly directly into the blood vessels in the lungs, so response is in minutes, and THC and the other cannabinoids are metabolized for the most part in an hour. Oral doses are released slowly over hours. The oils in the edible begin to cross into the blood after 45 minutes or so, with absorption rate and amount depending on previous food consumption, beverages taken, like coffee, tea or wine.
"Oral doses are processed by the digestive system and the liver before entering the bloodstream, cannabinoids that are ingested are absorbed more slowly and have delayed and lower peak concentrations, and are cleared more slowly, compared to inhaling them in the aerosol that is formed when cannabis is burnt. Oral administration generally leads to two peaks of concentration, due to enterohepatic circulation." - Wiki
In edible consumption d9THC is transported via the blood, from the intestines to the liver where it is converted into 11-hydroxy-THC, which is more potent than THC because it crosses the blood-brain barrier more easily than d9THC (smokable) and
THC PROCESSED IN THE LIVER - REACTS DIFFERENTLY WITH RECEPTORS
Fresh cannabis contains tetrahydrocannabinolic acid or THCA, which is converted into THC after heating and then metabolized by the body into 11-hydroxy-THC and finally to 11-nor-9-carboxy-THC. Both compounds can be glucuronidated and are excreted into urine with residuals deposited in fatty tissue. Both compounds, along with THC, show up in blood tests.
Studies suggest that 11-hydroxy-THC diffuses into the brain more readily than THC while THC crosses the placenta more efficiently than 11-hydroxy-THC in animals.
Baked Goods - Hash Cookies, Pot brownies, and Space Cakes.
You can't usually tell the difference between regular baked goods and edibles without close inspection. A slight green tinge can give them away, a faint scent of marijuana, or a distinctively subtle bitterness. Certainly, edibles that appear to be inert can be very potent, inviting over consumption and a bad trip. To gage consumption, as always with unproven edibles, just eat a nibble and wait 90 minutes.
Cannabis infused coffee and wine are particularly popular. Traditional Indian cannabis-infused drinks include the lassi and thandai . Cannabis teas are mildly psychoactive due to the lack of fat and alcohol that help absorption. Interestingly, in the U.S., states that legalized cannabis for recreational use, drinks were about 4% of the cannabis market in 2014 but fell to 1.5% of the market in 2016.
Tinctures, alcohol extracts are an original form used in American medicine from 1760 to 1935. During prohibition, cannabis infused whiskey, which is technically a tincture of a sort, was legal under prescription. In the twilight zone that is the United States, when prohibition of alcohol was lifted, marijuana was declared to be it's replacement- an evil drug, that could keep the Federal alcohol enforcement agents further employed, after their work source had been eliminated.
Cannabis resins are soluble in alcohol making them an effective way to add into recipes and dishes, in the same way wine and brandy is used. To prepare a tincture, usually only the flowers are used. Leaves and foliage contain about 10 to 15% the amount of THC in the flower, but there are ways to concentrate the cannabinoids, it just takes more time and effort.
Creme de Gras (a play on the English "grass", as creme de gras translates literally as "cream of fat") is a flavored liqueur added to coffee and other beverages. When infused in high-proof grain-based alcohol (such as Everclear) it becomes what is commonly known as "Green Dragon".
Hash oil is simply the oil that is extracted from the flower of cannabis. Hash Oil is usually very concentrated in THC. In cannabis cooking, Hash Oil is added to a cooking oil and are added to recipes without any other change.
Cannabutter is butter infused with cannabis. See the further reading section how to make and use cannabutter in detail. The basic is: heat the raw ground cannabis in melted butter and the cannabinoids are extracted. Standard equipment to prepare cannabutter includes;. A more double-boiler, or slow cooker, cheesecloth or tea strainer and funnel.
Ingredients Cupcakes:1 2/3 cups all-purpose flour ½ teaspoon salt 1¾ teaspoons baking powder1 cup granulated sugar½ cup Crisco½ cup cannabutter, at room temperature 2 eggs ½ cup milk ½ teaspoon vanilla extract ½ teaspoon lemon extract. Betty Crocker Creamy fluffy white frosting.
Method: Preheat oven to 350°F. Starting with the cupcakes, mix together the flour, baking powder and salt in a large bowl. Set this aside for later. In a large bowl, mix the sugar with Crisco and cannabutter. Add eggs, milk, vanilla, lemon extract, and the flour mixture one at a time. Mix thoroughly. Grease and flour your cupcake pans before filling three-quarters full with cake batter. Bake for 1 hour. Let the cupcakes cool before you begin frosting! Once they are cool, frost the cupcakes and enjoy!
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How to Make Gourmet Space Cake
Gourmet means attention to good recipe detail, following instructions and using fine ingredients.
Here you go:
7/8 cup of organic flour.
¾ cup goat milk.
2 free range eggs.
¾ cup cane sugar.
¾ cup grass fed butter (12 tablespoons).
8 grams of hashish - with good amounts of THC and CBD.
8” x 8” cake pan - no teflon or BPA.
Preheat oven to 375°
Heat hash until it crumbles easily and place into a bowl; set aside for now.
Heat butter until it’s thick and pasty.
Mix in crumbled hash in with about 4/5 of the butter;
Use 1/5 butter to grease the cake pan.- cake will pop right out when done.
Now take your eggs, sugar, flour, milk, and hash butter and blend them together in a medium or large sized mixing bowl.
Spread hash out as evenly throughout the cake batter as possible to ensure “equal distribution”.
If the mix is too dry, add a bit of soy, cow, almond or rice milk.
Pour the batter into the greased cake pan and spread until it is smooth and level.
Place pan with batter in the oven for 25 minutes.
Check cake, put a toothpick in the middle of the cake; toothpick is clean if the cake is done. If there is dough, give it another 5 minutes.
Let the space cake cool in the pan for 20 minutes-ish.
Lift from pan.
You can let it cool off for another 30 minutes or longer.
Ice it or put powdered sugar on it; or whatever.
Now you're ready to become a space cadette.