Video Tutorial: How to make hash waffles

Learn how to decarb and make delicious hash waffles in this free lesson. Premiering now!

Hash is a potent form of cannabis produced by collecting and compressing trichomes, the strongest material from the plant. Trichomes are the tiny hairs on the cannabis plants that produce a sticky resin.

After basic processing, it is pressed into small blocks . Then comes the fun part! You can add it to food and eat it however you wish! We decided to give hash waffles a try. The results? Well, they were amazing!

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