Cannabis Cooking 101 Workshop

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Get ready for an intro Cannabis Cooking by learning how to make an Elevated Jackfruit Sandwiches with Chef Alesia

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Once you sign up, we will email you the list of ingredients you will need to purchase from the grocery store. The dish serves infused Elevated Jackfruit Sandwiches and ingredients costs less than $25 at your local grocery store.

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* Recipe and Ingredients necessary

* On Tuesday, Janaury 25th at 8:00PM EST, you will receive a zoom link to meet fellow foodies who will be preparing the dish in their own homes. We will cook and enjoy our delicious meals from the comfort of your kitchen.

Conversation Topics:

* Destigmatize cannabis through food

* Learning how to implement cannabis in your diet safely

* You can save hundreds of dollars and many expensive trips to the dispensary as soon as you understand the fundamentals of cooking with cannabis.

This workshop is valued at $397 and we are building awareness through FREE community classes

Who?

Alesia McCloud was born and raised in St. Louis, MO and now based in Los Angeles, CA. Growing up, she was always in the kitchen with family, but never imagined it would ever turn into a career.

She wants to show people another way that cannabis can be enjoyed; Not only is it a plant that can make you feel good, but it also has a lot of other health benefits. Chef Alesia believes that cooking with cannabis is important because it helps to erase the negative stigma that has been attached to it for so long.

When you combine the great effects of cannabis, love filled, "elevated" soulfood, and people of all races, you can expect nothing less than peace and love!!!

What is Aisle Mine?

We are building an online community which offers more than a food and beverage experience, it's a life skills class which offers the kind of education a human being needs. Although many of us identify as foodies and eaters, we can overlook the ways food shapes our day to day perception on ourselves and those around us.

Our chefs take home half of what we raise through our community classes.

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