How much pot to equal 1/2 or 1/4 of a cup?

Discussion in 'Cooking with Marijuana Recipes' started by brownie, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. brownie

    brownie New Member

    How much pot would I need to get for a 1/2 or 1/4 cup as is called for in many pot recipes?

    Brownie,

    (wanna make some tasty magic brownies)
  2. StewScum

    StewScum Activist

    I usually use a half an ounce of relativally normal grade weed, or a Quarter of an ounce of high grade.
  3. cronicredpepsi

    cronicredpepsi New Member

    if you can get good weed get like a quarter of the crappy mexi just no brown stuff and 2 gs of good cronic bud and this should produce a great high. or if you useing cronic a quarter will get you f***ed up
  4. Zilos

    Zilos Seasoned Activist

    about how many people would that get considerably high?
  5. Higher Logic

    Higher Logic Web Developar

    That's hard to say really. Don't most recipes call for ounces? I know it's much easier to weigh out an ounce of bud than a 1/4 cup.
  6. yamoothecow

    yamoothecow New Member

    If they are telling you to use cups id find a recipe that uses ounces, and besides im a chief,(ok chief in training, bite me), u dont have to follow the recipe down o the detail, personalise it so it mathces the taste of the ppl you are cooking for. I mean your going to need more weed if you have more ppl, specially if they ae heavywieghts.
  7. Closet Pigs

    Closet Pigs New Member

    That was relieving; it's a good thing you aren't a professional.

    I worry about people who can't spell the name of their job :p

    Keep tokin :chokin:
  8. yamoothecow

    yamoothecow New Member

    i could never spell worth a ****
  9. SyKoByTcH

    SyKoByTcH New Member

    Measurements

    xxx A couple equals 8 ounces. So half a cup would be 4 and 1/4 cup would be 2 :)
  10. Higher Logic

    Higher Logic Web Developar

    How did you come up with that number? A cup does not equal 8 ounces, that's a half-pound of cannabis. What recipes call for cups? When it comes to things like flour, and cannabis, all recipes should be read in ounces or grams only, because bud differs in weight, water mass, and so on.

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