Cinco de Mayo Salsa! Dos Ways!

Hola Amigas!

Where do I even begin? The past two weeks have been more difficult on my mental health, and then making videos and blogs on top of everything. Well it became too much so I got behind on editing and videos, and then pretty much nothing went right while filming so I am sorry for the lateness and the different format!

While this video was a pain to make the end result is soo worth it! Believe me I was snacking on it yesterday, and got sooooooo high! And it lasted because I just kept eating, which might also be why this is out late…..

I actually really enjoyed this format so who knows I might keep this video format for a while, what do you think?

On to la receta!!

This salsa is quick and easy, and low on mess! Let’s be honest, nobody wants to actually cook during quarantine and Stay-At-Home Orders. Plus it comes together with very little work on your part, what more can us stoners want?!

Salsa Verde :

1lb of tomatillos

2 jalepenos (I deseed both of mine, and the result was mild)

3 cloves of garlic

1 medium white onion

3 tbs CannaOil – https://sativazebra.com/2020/04/06/crazy-easy-infused-butter/

1/2 bunch of cilantro

Juice of 1 Lime

1 tsp cumin

1 tsp paprika

Salt and Pepper to Taste

Take your tomatillos, jalepenos, garlic, and onion and roast them. I used my broiler, but you can grill them, place on a cast iron, or on the stove. We just want to get them roasted and I like some of that burnt ends flavor.

Once roasted, let them cool for a couple minutes. Then add those into a blender along with the CannaOil, Lime Juice, Cilantro, Cumin, Paprika, Salt, and Paper.

Then Blend it up!! Once blended you can serve or let cool and serve!

Salsa Rojo!

1lb of tomatoes

2 jalepenos (I deseed both of mine, and the result was mild)

3 cloves of garlic

1 medium red onion

3 tbs CannaOil – https://sativazebra.com/2020/04/06/crazy-easy-infused-butter/

1/2 bunch of cilantro

1 tsp cumin

1 tsp paprika

Salt and Pepper to Taste

Follow the same recipes as the salsa verde. I roasted all of my ingredients at the same time, and then separated the ingredients as I blended the salsa.

Once roasted, let the items cool for a couple minutes. Then add those into a blender along with the CannaOil, Cilantro, Cumin, Paprika, Salt, and Paper.

Then Blend it up!! Once blended you can serve or let cool and serve!

What did I tell you? Easy, Delicious, and Little Dishes; that’s my kind of recipe!

Take these salsa and get lit during Taco Tuesday! That’s how I am spending my Cinco de Mayo, what about you?

I hope you are all staying safe and healthy out there. I love you and I hope you have a wonderful rest of your week!

Authentically Yours,

Kelcie Kush

Wyld Products Review! Try-It Tuesday!

Hola Amigas!

I was fortunate enough to get some Wyld Edibles from a budtender friend who trusts my opinions on edibles. So I decided to record a video so that people know what to expect when purchasing these gummies!

Packaging

I absolutely love Wyld’s Packaging because it is instantly recognizable and very compact which decreases waste. As most edibles come with 10 servings, but big packaging, I was just immediately in love.

Taste and Recipe

The Marionberry was the absolute best flavor; marrionberry is just a boujee blackberry. The taste and color were really appealing. My next favorites were the Strawberry and pomegranate.

My least favorite were the peach and raspberry because these had a very prevalent weed taste to them. If you don’t mind the weed flavor then you will probably love these ones!

My only complaint with these edibles is that they aren’t vegan friendly as they use gelatin to set the gummy. This was really disappointing because this company is based in Oregon, and I know there is a large (and growing) population of vegans in Oregon and other West Coast states. Sadly these mean I won’t be purchasing any time soon, because I only pay for vegan friendly edibles.

Potent?

These worked very well! When I get high, I imagine a scale of 1-5 Kelcie’s. Which is basically the faces I make at various levels of highness. If you want to see those faces, watch the video! They are hilarious! Wyld’s gummies got me to 5 Kelcie’s so I had a good night even though I think we just watched tv in bed.

Overall Score: 4 out of 5 Zebra’s

If Wyld sees this, I will give you guys a 5 if you switch to a vegan friendly recipe!!!

Have you tried these edibles yet? What did you think of them? Are there other products you want me to review? Comment below to let me know!

Authentically Yours,

Kelcie Kush

TRY IT TUESDAY! DIY Tassels, Quick, Easy, Super Cute! Part 1

Hola Amigas!

I will be adding another section to my channel, Try It Tuesday. Basically every two weeks I will be posting something that I have tried. This week I am doing a DIY, but I will also do product reviews and give you some techniques to make your own extracts at home!

Being home all the time #coronavirus has made me so aware of how barren my house is. We have hardly any photos anywhere, and still have moving boxes all over the house. I’ve been scouring Pinterest for ideas, and once again couldn’t find anything that I loved!

See I can’t just buy something. I want something that is gonna make me happy for a while, and will give a bohemian look without looking cluttered or messy. I noticed that most of the tassels were made with yarn, but I wanted my tassels to have a shine to them. I also wanted my tassels to be multicolored but was not gonna hand-dye these or do anything more than the bare necessities to make these tassels.

I used a size 10 cotton crochet thread to make my tassels, and purchased them in 5 colors. To give the tassels a uniform look, I decided that the yellow thread would only be used to tie and wrap the tassels. The last items you need are a pair of sharp scissors, and junk mail!

I took the ends of two colors and held them near the top of the envelope. I then loosely wrapped the thread around the envelope for a couple minutes. If you are making smaller tassels then you may only need to wrap the thread for 2 minutes, I wanted fluffy tassels so it took 5 minutes per tassel.

Once you reach your preferred tassel size, cut the thread and tie the tassel. Take your tassel tie color, yellow in my case, and wrap it once around the envelope; this gives you plenty of length to tie the tassel and hang it depending on your project.

Take the yellow thread and thread behind the body color, and pull it up to where you tied of the body colors. You want to TIGHTLY tie the yellow thread. The goal is to get the tassel to start bunching up. Once it is ties, you can cut the yarn on the opposite edge.

Use your hands to brush through the thread, and then you will need to cut it to try and even out the threads. You will need to cut the tassel from a bunch of angles to get it to even.

Once you are happy, then your tassel is done!

I am planning on making multiple items and then bringing them together for wall art, so be on the lookout for Part 2 and 3!

Authentically Yours,

Kelcie Kush