Mythbusting: Sugar’s not (always) for cooking
When you hear “sugar” in the context of cannabis, do you automatically think of an ingredient to bake sweet treats or stir into your morning coffee? You’re far from alone if you do. But if you head to the dispensary to look for a five-pound bag of infused sugar, also called “canna-sugar,” you may not find what you’re looking for.
“Sugar” refers to two types of products — a tiny jar of crumbly, waxy-looking concentrate nicknamed sugar, and canna-sugar that can be added to your food. These two products share a name, and that’s about it. Read on to learn about how each one is used.