Learn the art of making Pot Chips by using the marijuana leftover leaves

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It's harvest time, which means many Portlanders will soon be trimming their flowers. If you aren't growing your own, you've probably got a friend who is. This also means that once you've pulled the flower, you're going to have a bunch of fresh leaves you don't know what to do with.

In the spirit of the whole-plant movement, we are going to rock your cannabis world with pot-infused pot leaves.

These pot chips are infused twice, once when brushed with infused oil and again when sprinkled with a cannabis spice mix. Here's how to bring it all together, starting with the spice mix.

Step 1: Make the Cannabis Spice Mix

This mix will give you a light buzz. You can also sprinkle the spice mix on chicken or fish, or add it to a vinaigrette or marinade. I make a lot of this mix when my garden is at its peak. It seems to keep indefinitely in an airtight container. I have also added the dried herbs to olive oil or butter, and then it's a quick drizzle rather than a sprinkle.

Ingredients:

1/4 oz. cannabis

1/4 oz. fresh lemon thyme

1/4 oz. oregano

Heat oven to 200 degrees. Place the herbs on a baking sheet with sides.

Place the herbs in the oven and bake for 45 minutes. The herbs will have dried and turned brown.

Allow the herbs to cool thoroughly.

Place the herb mixture in the bowl of your food processor. Pulse until coarsely chopped.

Store in a jar with a tight-fitting lid and keep out of direct sunlight.

Step 2: Make the Cannabutter

The next step in the process is making the cannabis butter you'll need for the pot chips. This butter can also go into home-cook........................................

You can check out the whole recipe on the link given below. This page is coming up with some creative stuff.