Vegan Banana Cannabis Ice Cream (Cannabis Edible Recipe)

"How about a quart of vegan-friendly banana ice cream to soothe the savage beast?"

A bowl of ice cream. Photo by ponce_photography.

Rather you're a vegan, lactose intolerant, or just need to use up some bananas and almond milk, this delicious banana ice cream will cool you off and treat you right. Peronally I like to add some strawberries to the mix.

Ingredients List :

  • 2 cups Cannabis Almond Milk
  • 1 cup Coconut Milk
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon corn starch
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 bananas, pureed
  • ½ cup peanut butter (optional)

Get the recipe from Herb : https://herb.co/recipes/banana-cannabis-ice-cream-vegan/

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Not for me. But 100% upvote for vegan and cannabis in the same post :D

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I attempt to point out recipes that can be made vegan or veggie as well. I'm not vegan myself but there a countless tasty vegan dishes out there and no reason to purposfully only eat non-vegan dishes. Even if ebery didn't stop eating meat and just stopped eating so much of it, the environment would be greatful. As for the ethical discussion on eating animals, thats a different discussion. Also, something more people should probably listen to, got me to eat less meat. I had already been focusing on finding more enivornmentally produce and animal products but I started eating less and buying elss as now.

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The only reason I need to stop unnecessarily harming sentient animals (ie "be vegan") is I know it's wrong. The environment, health, and other great reasons come far below that one for me.
It's cool you know the difference between vegetarian (a diet that avoids flesh) and veganism (a lifestyle that avoids harming sentient beings). Most people who aren't one or the other don't even realize they aren't the same. Myself, I went through vegetarianism on my way to veganism (which is fairly common), and I saw it as a stepping stone or light version of veganism. Now I realize that's a very simplistic and not very correct way to see it. Veganism stands on its own. Vegetarianism is little more than a diet, and it doesn't seek to avoid harm, it merely seeks to avoid eating flesh. That said, I'm happy for anyone who takes an interest, either intellectually or putting it into effect in their life. Thanks for being part of the conversation!

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I have many vegan and veggie friends. Some of my vegan friends will even cook me meat and I tell the they do not have to. Usually chicken or fish but I still don't NEED them to do that. Always thought that was amazing. I think vegetarianism is much broader than veganism. Many do become vegetarian in order to lower the harm they do to other life forms while many do it as a diet for health reasons, some both. Or as a stepping stone. Many people do not have access to vegan options even if they wanted to. Hopefully with future agriculture changes, even if its just due to climate change or other environmental issues, we will see more options on a global scale and less livestock. The livestock waste itself is a big issue. Not the sewage waste, the wasted butcherings and meat. I try to buy local when I can and lower my general meat intake. If I ever became vegan I think I would still eat eggs, if I had chickens (pets or rescues) or knew where they came from/had got to live their little chicken lives, since they will lay them anyways. I wouldn't kill the older hens once they stopped producing even if I don't become vegan. I have an aunt that has a bunch of chickens in here backyard and they are happier than some dogs I've seen. They're cool pets or rescues to have around, but many urban locations wont allow them. I have a lot of respect for vegans, and the food. Unless its fake bacon, Id rather just not eat bacon.

If anyone else is reading this and I made you think about rescuing a hen, check out your local shelter or rescue. Chickens come in often and make cool pets. Not great for apartments unless you have a large patio area maybe. Quails are great in an apartment and are very quiet but I do not know how often those show up at shelters/rescues. Same with many other birds and pets you normally think of as food or food producers.

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That's BIG! Thank you for being open minded and not fixed in your thinking/actions. That's all I can ask for, and I think that's all it takes. Clearly you have put some thought into this.
I agree about eggs. I don't find them to be harmful to chickens. That said, one thing many backyard hen operations do is grind up (kill) male babies, because they have no use for thousands of roosters. So 50% are slaughtered as newborns by cutting and smashing them up, or drowning them. I know they're just newborns, and just birds, but still, surely there's another way! That said, rescue hens are a great idea. The damage was already done to their brothers, and now they need some compassion. Chickens have been genetically altered over hundreds/thousands of years, and they don't survive well on their own anymore. You're right, they're sort of pets. Not in my house, but yeah, hehe.
And I have cooked and served meat since giving it up. I don't really like doing it much, but I went 40 years with meat on my plate, so I can stomach being around it no problem. Just not a fun thing to do anymore. I have a lot of fun with foods, don't get me wrong, just not with anything that came from something that had to suffer to make it happen. I don't mind being around people buying/cooking/eating animal products, and try not to preach unless somebody wants to talk about it. Then I'll give my opinion, no problem! (Reminds me of that joke, how do you know someone is vegan? THEY'LL TELL YOU! But to be honest, I find most of us are fairly quiet about it, and will only become passionate about it once engaged. Then, we're more then eager to help somebody else make the connections, get the info we think they need, and so on. But the joke is still funny... I get it!)
And of course we can't exclude all harm 100%. The point (imo) is to do the best we can. Factory farming sentient beings so we can eat cheeseburgs or porkchops at every meal isn't doing the best we can do.
Don't think I've had fake bacon. Oh, "bacon bits" on potatoes, if that counts... but that was 30 years ago. I think you mean newer stuff like Beyond meat? The burgers aren't too bad, but expensive, and they've gone down in quality since the first ones came out. Now they're frozen pucks of low quality pea/bean protein and coconut oil, but at the same price. My wife and I were eating them regularly but found it wasn't good for our metabolism.
I could go for a good scrambled eggs on toast, though. There are great replacements for almost all uses we have for eggs, EXCEPT just plain eggs. There's no good vegan poached egg on toast, for example. But hey, maybe we're getting close to Star Trek replicator technology? Eggs made by a machine from basic building blocks are vegan, hahah. And you could program-out those slimy umbilical-cord things between the yolk and the white, bonus!

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