There are many ways to go about making CBD oil part of your daily wellness routine. One fun and easy way is to try cooking with CBD oil. If it's your first time using CBD oil in cooking, you should consider the following tips to make the process easier and get the most out of your CBD oil.
Cooking With CBD Oil
Pick the Right CBD Oil for YouLike with any recipe, making the perfect dish starts with cooking with the right ingredients. When recipes with CBD, it's essential to choose the right oil to fit your needs. In general, you need a product that's suitable for you. At SabaiDee, we offer products that vary in different strengths.
For example, it's best to start with a small serving size if you're a first-time user of CBD oil. Our Good Vibes product contains approximately 8.33 milligrams of cannabidiol per serving. If you've used CBD oil in the past and want something stronger, we also offer Mega Good Vibes, which contains roughly 83.33 milligrams of cannabidiol per serving.
Avoid Heat by DrizzlingWhen it comes to cooking with CBD oil, it's important to consider the temperature at which you cook your food. Excessive temperatures can evaporate CBD oil and lower its strength. As a general rule of thumb, don't cook CBD oil at a temperature higher than 356 degrees Fahrenheit because that's the boiling point for cannabidiol.
What do you do if you're trying to add CBD oil to a recipe that calls for a higher temperature? At that point, your best bet is to drizzle the oil over the finished product. If you're making pizza, for instance, drizzle the oil on top of your finished pizza to infuse it into your dish.
Introduce Fat Into the RecipeAnother great tip for CBD oil cooking is to choose recipes that have fats in them. Cannabinoids compliment other oils and fats extremely well. To get the full benefits of using CBD oil in cooking, combine with common cooking oil like olive oil for best results.
Simple CBD Oil RecipesYou can combine several simple recipes with CBD oil to get the best results. Obviously, adding your CBD oil into smoothies, sauces and salads is always a good idea. These dishes don't require any heat. However, what about adding CBD oil to recipes that require baking or cooking?
Fresh Sausage and Tomato PizzaOne good recipe that's simple to make comes courtesy of FODMAP Everyday. Not only does it teach you how to incorporate CBD oil into a pizza recipe, but it's also a low-FODMAP dish. First, let's talk about the ingredients that you'll need:
- ½ pound sweet sausage
- Low-FODMAP pizza crust (gluten-free pizza crust)
- Garlic-infused oil
- 8 ounces shredded or sliced mozzarella
- 2 tablespoons parmesan
- Dried oregano
- Dried basil
- Red pepper flakes (optional)
- CBD Oil
Next, prepare the pizza crust. If you're using a premade crust, simply follow the instructions provided on the box. If not, drizzle some oil onto a sheet pan and evenly spread your pizza dough across the pan.
Now, arrange the tomatoes and mozzarella over the pizza crust. Then, sprinkle the parmesan, sausage, basil and oregano on top. Also, add the red pepper flakes if you want.
With the whole pizza ready to go, put it into the preheated oven until the crust turns golden brown. It usually takes about 15 to 20 minutes. After removing it from the oven, add about 15 drops or a dropper full of CBD oil onto the pizza. Make sure that you evenly spread the oil across the entire pie.
CBD Energy BitesFor a no-bake recipe featuring CBD oil, try these CBD Energy Bites. This recipe comes from U.S. News & World Report. It's the perfect recipe to make when you're short on time but still want to work CBD oil into a recipe. For this recipe you'll need:
- ½ cup granola
- ⅓ cup small chocolate chips
- ¼ cup sunflower butter or almond butter
- 3 tablespoons natural honey
- ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ⅓ cup sesame or chia seeds
- 100 milligrams of CBD oil (The actual amount may vary depending on how much CBD oil you want.)
Next, put the seeds into a small bowl, and remove the mixture from the refrigerator. Using a tablespoon, scoop the mixture into 10 equal parts, and form each into a little ball. Then, roll the balls around in the seeds, and place them into a container to store in the refrigerator. The bites should stay fresh for about five days.
The great thing about this recipe is that it hits all of the major elements that you want in a good CBD oil recipe. It combines CBD oil with healthy fats (sunflower or almond butter) and doesn't require baking. As a result, you don't lose any strength from your CBD oil while the fats allow for easy absorption.
Get Your CBD Oil From SabaiDeeCooking with CBD oil is easiest when you start with a high-quality product. At SabaiDee, we pride ourselves on offering 100% natural CBD oil that comes from sustainably grown hemp.
We strive to offer a wide range of CBD oil products that range in different strengths to ensure that we can cater to everyone's needs. Whether it's your first time using CBD oil or you've used it many times in the past, we have the right product for you. A few of the products that we offer include:
- Good Vibes.
- Pure Good Vibes.
- Super Good Vibes.
- Great Vibes.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is CBD infused products?
Whenever a product is referred to as 'infused' it simply means that it has CBD present in
Can heat be applied CBD when infusing it with Food?
Excessive temperatures can evaporate CBD oil and lower its strength.
Whats The Highest Temperature You Can Cook Cbd With?
As a general rule of thumb, don't cook CBD oil at a temperature higher than 356 degrees Fahrenheit because that's the boiling point for cannabidiol.
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