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How to Cook With CBD Oil Plus, Grilling Tips for Summer!

Yes, it is possible to cook with CBD oil. In fact, using CBD oil can be a great way to supplement food with additional health-benefiting nutrients!

If you are going to cook with CBD Oil, here is one important thing to keep in mind: high heat can lower CBD’s effectiveness – so be sure to stick with recipes that bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

Another way to add CBD to food without cooking, or using high heat, is to add it to such things as smoothies, coffee, soup, sauces and whipped cream.

That way you can get all the full health benefits of CBD without the risk of losing some of the benefits during the cooking process.

If you do want to cook with CBD, particularly now during the summer, that often means grilling out. As we mentioned above, adding CBD to your barbecue sauce can be a great way to benefit from the positive health effects of CBD.

Those health benefits can include:

Now here are some additional grilling tips to ensure your summer meals come out perfect:

5 Grilling Tips That Will Have Friends, Relatives & Loved Ones Begging You to Fire Up the Grill & Cook Them a Meal!

Whether you consider yourself a grill master or grill novice, we’ve got five tips you can use to improve your grilling and take the food you cook to an entire new level of taste and presentation.

Tip 1 – Keep Your Grill Clean

Before cooking make sure you clean the grill with a long-handled wire brush. This will keep any unwanted food remnants from a previous cookout from getting into your meat now. It will also allow you to create nice grill marks on your food.

Here’s a bonus tip for preventing food from sticking to the grill in the first place – brush the grill with canola or vegetable oil or even CBD oil before you start cooking.

Tip 2 – Add Flavor

The easiest way to make grilled meats even more flavorful is to use glazes, marinades or a wet or dry rub. None of these have to be complicated or need to take a lot of time or effort.

Glazes, which can consist of honey or syrup, are simply brushed on during the last few minutes of grilling. Marinades, which can be made with lemon juice or wine, are made the day or night before and the meat is left to soak in them in the refrigerator. Wet and dry rubs, which can consist of a variety of herbs and spices, can be applied immediately before cooking.

Remember, add CBD to your glazes, marinades and rubs to improve their health benefits!

Tip 3 – Add smoke

Crave a smoky flavor for your meat? Whether you are using a charcoal or gas grill you can get that smoky flavor by adding a few hardwood logs, chunks or chips. Just place them strategically under your grill grate and enjoy the rich smoky flavor. Be aware, different woods give meat different flavors. For example, hickory wood results in a taste that’s similar to bacon, applewood produces a sweet taste and mesquite delivers a tangy taste.

Tip 4 – Create Hot Spots (and Warm Spots)

One way to ensure you cook your meat just right is to create hot and warm spots on your grill. You can do this with a charcoal grill by piling charcoal high in one spot and lower in another. With a gas grill, you can leave one burner on high and one on medium or low.

When using this approach you can use the hot spot to sear your meat and then you can move it to the warm spot to cook more thoroughly without burning.

Tip 5 – Don’t Poke or Prod

When grilling meat resist the urge to poke, stab or cut the food to see it if is done. Instead give it time to sear and then flip the meat when grill marks are formed.

You can also use a digital thermometer to get a more accurate reading of how thoroughly a piece of meat has been cooked. You can also use your finger to press against the meat – the firmer the meat feels the more well done it is.

Please keep in mind that food continues to cook after removed from the grill – so you may want to take it off before it is actually fully done, particularly if you want your meat done medium or medium well.

So How Do You Get CBD Oil for Cooking?

Probably the best and most convenient way to get CBD these days is to order it online.

To ensure you get the best CBD, stick with one that is organically grown. Countries that are known for producing high quality, organic CBD include the United States and Switzerland.

Also, to protect your safety and ensure you are able to enjoy maximum benefits from a CBD product look for a well-established provider that has built a strong reputation for delivering high quality CBD-infused products.

One way to do this is to carefully study CBD provider websites and read their customer testimonials. One company that has consistently stood out among CBD providers is Sarah’s Blessing.

Sarah’s Blessing uses CBD that is obtained from hemp grown organically in Switzerland.

Additional things to look for in your CBD Oil include: you should look for a product that contains 100% natural ingredients and that is made using only ingredients that are tested for purity and quality.

The product should also have no artificial fillers, flavorings, or colorings; just premium ingredients you can trust.

Sarah’s Blessing also uses cutting-edge CO2 extraction technology to ensure the purity of its CBD, which is also cold-pressed and unrefined to further protect its strength.

Sarah’s Blessing offers CBD oil in three concentrations – 3%, 6% and 9%.

All three concentrations are great for cooking and for adding to food. To learn more about CBD and Sarah’s Blessing, click here.


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