Marijuana fed pork becoming highly successful
Category: News | Posted on Fri, June, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
SEATTLE, Washington (KING) – It’s a different kind of head shop found just down the stairs from the Pike Place market.
It’s the BB Ranch selling something that’s even better than bacon. It’s marijuana fed pork.
“The pig farmer has been feeding them marijuana for the last two and a half months of their life and they’ve been happy as hell,” said William Von Schneidau, owner of the butcher shop.
This is all thanks the voters of Washington who legalized marijuana in the last election. That’s when Von Schneidau saw the opportunity wasn’t just blowing smoke.
“And then all of a sudden marijuana, you know, became legal a few months ago and somehow, I don’t know how, I met the commercial growers and they needed to get rid of some of their stuff. So rather than going into the compost pile we said, ‘Lets try it out.’ So here we go,” said he said.
The pigs are raised in a farm about an hour outside of Seattle. In fact, these pigs are on the rock star diet. The mix contains drugs and alcohol, the booze coming by way of the spent grains from Woodinville’s Project V Vodka.
The pot pigs grow to be extra fat and really happy according to the farmer who wants to be anonymous.
Here’s the tough part of the story. The pigs love eating weed, and what gives me pleasure is BBQ pork.
So I brought some pot pork belly to my buddy Steve Freeman at Celtic Cowboy BBQ in Edmonds. And we decided to smoke it.
Steve rubbed the belly, which is basically the part that bacon comes from, with spices and tossed it into the smoker for about 45 minuets. He then seared it on a skillet.
Steve says the results are stunning.
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Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Fri, June, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
When a neurologist recommended medical marijuana to aid with her husband’s brain injury, Denise Concannon had no idea where to turn.
Today, Concannon runs The Holistic Choice, a medical marijuna dispensary in Salem and she is among owners who want to be licensed by the state. It’s a move owners hope will guide them through a legal gray area and help patients find a safe place to purchase the medicine.
“It does feel very much like the Wild West of weed out there and it’s very scary,” she said.
House Bill 3460 would license and regulate medical marijuana facilities throughout the state. The Oregon Health Authority would set up a registration system, authorizing the transfer of the drug to patients. The facilities would also have to comply with regulations for pesticides, mold and mildew testing, which supporters say will help ensure the drug isn’t contaminated.
A joint budget committee moved the bill to the House floor Wednesday on a 19-7 vote.
Opposition came mostly from Republicans who raised concerns about whether the bill would conflict with federal law and if there would be enough law enforcement resources.
Supporters of the bill include medical marijuana dispensaries, the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and other advocacy groups.
Read more: http://www.statesmanjournal.com
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