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New cookbook teaches cooking fine meals laced with street drugs

By Mason White 12:18 PM April 4, 2013
Marijuana cookies 

By: Debbie Gross
(Scroll down for video) If you are a drug lover you can now cook your favorite delicacies laced with all types of street drugs thanks to a new cookbook released recently, according to press reports in Amsterdam.

How about chicken rolls with marijuana, knishes stuffed with hash, and ice cream cake with hashish, followed by a dessert of raspberry marijuana, chocolate coated hashish with morning glory magic truffles.

The new cookbook combines the best foods with Amsterdam’s street-legal drugs, according to a statement from the company.

“If you have lost all understanding after eating chocolate hashish, we get it. Just remember that many of the active ingredients in our cookbook are illegal in the United States,” the company said.

For all those people who are more responsible drug user the book comes with a warning that reads: “Cook responsibly.” “This book should be outlawed. It is bad enough that so many people are addicted to all these dangerous drugs, a cookbook that mixes all of these bad drugs into regular food is way over the line,” Jessica Yellowstone, 29, of Scotland told YourJewishNews.com.

“If the drugs are legal then the cookbook should be legal. If someone has a problem with the book or with drugs in general they don’t have to buy it,” Roger Leventhal, 51, of San Jose, California told YourJewishNews.com.

This is not the first drug cookbook to be released. This latest book joins Stoner’s Cookbook and Cookbook of the Cannabis High Times. In the video below you can see an actual advertisement for the Cannabis cookbook.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view