As a pothead who has friends who are hippies, I know quite a bit about cannabis horticulture. Most of the time, the friends of mine who have grown marijuana did so by keeping a little plant in their closet while giving it light via a lamp.
There is nothing more comforting than a hot bowl of soup. Whether you are sick or just looking for a lighter meal, soup can be the ideal choice for any time of year. With hundreds of options contributed by hundreds of different cultures, you will find that there is a soup for whatever mood you’re in! However, there is one kind of soup that will certainly put you in a good mood no matter what. That soup is Cann-a-noodle.
Smoking weed in public isn't a good idea—in fact, there's a reason it's a bit of a teenage bragging right. In the wrong part of the country, public marijuana use can easily get you jail time, job expulsion, and worse. Generally speaking, it's a bad risk to take and you shouldn't do it.
Out of the oven comes a steaming pot pie, and you could not be any more excited. Pot pie has been an American tradition for centuries, featuring a delicious meat, luscious gravy, steamy vegetables, and flaky pastry. While you may have a hard time believing you can make a pot pie just as good as your grandmother’s, you can do it!
Most potheads remember the first bong they ever had or smoked from. It's often a bong that one of their friends managed to buy from a head shop without their parents noticing. It may have been a hand-me-down from an older brother, or maybe just a "communal bong" that everyone in the frathouse used.
Ketchup and French fries. There is not a more American combination on the planet. While french fries actually originated in the French-speaking country of Belgium, ketchup is one of the most commonly used condiments on the American market. Several different versions of the condiment have been developed in different parts of the world, but the salty, deep red version that we know and love is what you will often find on hamburgers, hot dogs, and accompanying deep-fried delights such as fries and onion rings. It is hard to imagine that ketchup is now more lovable than ever, but it is! That’s because we have found a way to make everyday ketchup into Kush Ketchup.