I love cooking, and it’s always been a passion and a way for me to relax. Recently I started cooking things I never mastered while living at home. Also, since it’s hashtag holiday #InternationalTacoDay and in the state of Washington it’s legal, I would try and use cannabis water Pearl2O to add a spin on this favorite because if it doesn’t taste good at least, it will make me high.

Below is the recipe I used again, all I did was substitute the water for Pearl2O:

2 cups flour

1 teaspoon Salt

1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1/4 cup of Vegetable shorting

Up to 1 cup of warm water

Combine flour, salt and baking powder in a mixing bowl. Add shorting and blend with dry ingredients, using your hands, until the flour looks crumbly. 

Slowly add water and mix the dough until water is absorbed (about half a cup). The dough should be a non-sticky consistency. Knead 2 minutes, cover with a damp towel and let rest 10 minutes. Divide into twelve 1-inch balls. (If you want larger tortillas you can use more dough per tortilla just know each one will have less mg) 

Using a rolling pin on a lightly floured surface, roll each ball into a 7 inch round. Keep tortillas covered with a towel to prevent drying. 

Heat pan over medium-high heat. Place tortilla on preheated skillet; cook each side about 30 seconds. Enjoy 

Should make about 12 tortillas


This recipe is basic and considering I wanted to get a small buzz, mission accomplished. Each tortilla had approximately 3mg of THC and CBD. How did I figure this out, it’s math so a quick equation….

THC/dish = (volume used)/(total Volume )*THC/CBD_bottle

So in the example the recipe used 1/2 cup of water:

(1/2 cup/~2 cups)*100 = 25 THC CBD in the whole dish

I made 8 tortillas so I can estimate that I had around 3THC CBD in each tortilla.

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