The good stuff: hydro, kind-bud, sour diesel, train wreck, bubble gum, chronic, etc... you get the point. The not-so-good stuff: shake, clippings, trimmings, stress, regs or "brown brick-pack Mexican garbage."
The first step in cooking magical cannabis-laced foods is extracting the cannabinoids (THC, CBD, and many many more) from the plant matter, usually in a oil/fat/butter-based solution, since the cannabinoids do not readily dissolve in water. My best FOAF has a method for doing this that he has not
Mary Rathbun -- a.k.a. Brownie Mary -- became a fixture of San Francisco's Castro district in the 1970s when, carrying a napkin-lined basket, she sold her self-described "magical brownies" for $2 to $4 apiece to passers by. She turned to charitable baking in the 1980s, when the AIDS