Bring the terps and cannabinoids to your next dinner pairing or aperitif with a trio of infused oils from OLA Naked in a celebration of tasty food and wonderful terpenes.
While the name might conjure flashbacks to the Naked Chef, the buzz might have you rethinking an au-natural approach to eating food without terps in the future.There’s few experiences better than catching a good buzz from a meal, and these infused cooking oils from Flower Farma bring the opportunity to enhance a wide range of food and beverages – making your next soiree both special and stoney.
Created by plant-based chef and Cannabis lover Julie Houser, her company Flower Farma has created CBD and CBG cooking oils that can add flavor and fun to any bite. For those not in the know, CBD is a relaxing and healing cannabinoid with tons of different benefits – including calming any judgey dinner guests down – while CBG is good for the giggles and mood elevation without intoxicating the mind. Say hello to an all new dinner vibe … one tasty dip or drizzle at a time.
What’s great about these infused oils is that they can be added to a variety of bites and sips. Starting with the Toast, this unique walnut oil has a perfect kiss of vanilla sweetness that makes it great for drizzling over fruits or desserts. We also added a little to an adult french toast slice for a warming buzz in the morning. Next comes the Bright – full of citrus flavor and terpenes drawn from oranges and cardamom, which is also an antioxidant. This makes a great mock/cocktail float or addition, and we added it to a simple salad for an extra tropical zing.
The Savor Sesame Ginger might be this writer’s favorite, as it can be used easily with salads, fish or plant-based proteins – making a wonderful drizzle for pasta salads. Try making your own sesame ginger marinade, or experiment in the kitchen whichever way your palate takes you. That’s the best part about these farm to table oils: You can incorporate them in a huge variety of foods, and let the relaxing and creative buzz lead you to your next foodie experiment. And they’re all made with high quality ingredients that have their own medicinal or beneficial properties, giving true meaning to the idea that food is medicine.
Lucky for us in Washington, a new THC-infused version is rumored to be hitting the market soon – which can take your next food adventure up to level 12 … 10 milligrams of THC at a time.
This article was originally published in the September 2022 issue of Northwest Leaf.
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