Alright, well because oil doesn't burn as fast as butter, I was planning on making brownies with canna-oil. Give me the pros and cons for using oil in the extraction as opposed to butter. I can imagine that it has a lower fat content, am I right? If you've made both, give me info on which one you were more comfortable with. It will be my first time baking with marijuana and I'm sharing these brownies with a good number of people - that being said, I don't want them to be a flop. I would have look through the post archive for this repeatitive situation but I have a particular scenario making things a touch more personal. First off, we've purchased an ounce - 11 grams of white widdow and 17 grams of hydro. I've yet to try the hydro (which would probably be a wise choice for the brownies because we have our fare share of it) but I do know that the white widow packs a meeaaan punch. I think it's some of the skunkiest weed I've yet to come accross! We will all be getting rightly stoned over the course of the day... We won't be eating these brownies until after 8+ hours of smoking all day. Our group is an estimated 12 people (give or take). With all of this info combined (smoking all day, powerful strain, 12ish people, canna oil, oz.) how much marijuana do you think should actualy be thrown into the mixture? I'm not looking to make brownies that are too potent because we will already be pretty high. Also, because we will already be smoking all day, do you think it would be fruitless to throw edibles into the mixture? Also, I'm 5"4, wieghing in at 120 pounds - I'm not new to smoking, nor am I new to getting ripped - I just don't want to get sick or overdo it, you know? That being said, what kind of dose do you think I should aim for personaly. I was thinking starting out with .5 and eating more if I feel as though I want to highten the experience. ALL help APPRECIATED! Thanks!!