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Hey guys, I wanted to do weed brownies tomorrow for me and my friends, but I’ve heard that the smell can be very strong while cooking the thc. I’m worried because I live in an apartment where I’m almost sure that is a non-friendly weed space. I’m going to do the brownies in the afternoon when everyone is working, but there’s an old lady above me living, so she’s going to be at home when I’ll start to do that. Should I close all the windows and turn on the exhaust fan and hope for the best, or open all windows and hope the smell disappears? I’m even thinking of burning a toast to disguise the smell of the weed, but I don’t know if I need to come to that point lol (posting for a friend)
Take a look at this article: https://sparkitup.net/read-blog/101_how-...nabis.html for some good brownies.

And for the small I am unsure of but it shouldn’t small to bad just open up all your windows and use your fans/box fans facing out the window and cover any vents that might lead to another apartment. You should be good to go.
(08-01-2022, 03:12 PM)Afghanichatni Wrote: Hey guys, I wanted to do weed brownies tomorrow for me and my friends, but I’ve heard that the smell can be very strong while cooking the thc. I’m worried because I live in an apartment where I’m almost sure that is a non-friendly weed space. I’m going to do the brownies in the afternoon when everyone is working, but there’s an old lady above me living, so she’s going to be at home when I’ll start to do that. Should I close all the windows and turn on the exhaust fan and hope for the best, or open all windows and hope the smell disappears? I’m even thinking of burning a toast to disguise the smell of the weed, but I don’t know if I need to come to that point lol (posting for a friend)

Cooking with cannabis offers many benefits, but sometimes the smell can be unpleasant or bothersome to others.
Here is Cooking With Cannabis With Less Smell.

1- Use less weed while you're cooking. The more weed you cook at a time, the more it will smell. W

2- Cook Something Else At the Same Time or Use Other Scents

3- Concentrates are an interesting way to go about making edibles.

4- The DecarBox is a box made of food-grade silicone that traps the smell of the cooking cannabis so that you can cook in the comfort of your own home without disturbing anyone else or spreading the smell beyond your kitchen.

5- Keep Your Kitchen Ventilated

6- Cook When You're Alone In the House

7- Use a Sous-Vide or Mason Jar

8- Put a Damp Towel Under the Kitchen Door 

Even though any cooking with cannabis will almost certainly smell a little, some techniques work far better than others.
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