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Chiang Mai: Ganja omelette and crispy fried marijuana leaves top menu at Maejo Uni

 

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Maejo University in Chiang Mai became the latest organisation jumping on the ganja bandwagon after some restrictions on the plant were eased.

 

Yesterday the uni's chancellor Dr Weeraphon Thongma presided over the opening of a project providing information about the commercial growing of marijuana. 

 

Star of the show were some food items for the participants: there was a ganja omelette decorated with a leaf, crispy fried ganja leaves (that looked to have been done in batter) and a tea called "Cha-Gan".

 

Of course none of the products contain any of the drug that people who traditionally smoke or use other ganja products crave to make them high. 

 

It's all part of the show.

 

The flowers and buds as well as the seeds remain illegal though other parts of the plant have been removed from the narcotics list, notes Thaivisa.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

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6 minutes ago, Tarteso said:

Sorry I don't like omelettes, I'm old school, thank u...

 

Come here dear boy, have a cigar, you’re gonna go far...😂

Any time someone mentions a cigar, I think of Bill Clinton.

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2 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Star of the show were some food items for the participants: there was a ganja omelette decorated with a leaf, crispy fried ganja leaves

 

They are canopy leaves and will be about as tasty as polystyrene ..  you'll never ever describe watercress or lettuce leaves as bland , tasteless rabbit food again if you are pot-ty enough to try this .. 

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11 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Chiang Mai: Ganja omelette and crispy fried marijuana leaves top menu at Maejo Uni

 

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Image: Thai Rath

 

Maejo University in Chiang Mai became the latest organisation jumping on the ganja bandwagon after some restrictions on the plant were eased.

 

Yesterday the uni's chancellor Dr Weeraphon Thongma presided over the opening of a project providing information about the commercial growing of marijuana. 

 

Star of the show were some food items for the participants: there was a ganja omelette decorated with a leaf, crispy fried ganja leaves (that looked to have been done in batter) and a tea called "Cha-Gan".

 

Of course none of the products contain any of the drug that people who traditionally smoke or use other ganja products crave to make them high. 

 

It's all part of the show.

 

The flowers and buds as well as the seeds remain illegal though other parts of the plant have been removed from the narcotics list, notes Thaivisa.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

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BFD. Been doing this for years in my area with government employees.

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11 hours ago, rooster59 said:

The flowers and buds as well as the seeds remain illegal though other parts of the plant have been removed from the narcotics list,

Well whoopi do! They could have used any common garden weeds and got the same effect! 🥱 Boring!

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3 hours ago, Geoffggi said:

One question, why eat something that is normally put straight into the bin ............????

 

they are trying to spin this in such a way that they will turn it into money 

 

probably zero nutritional value but spin works in Thailand - people generally believe what they are being told - westerners don't which is why their spin machine doesn't work on TVF - we have been accustomed to question everything

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Good idea for Police , roadside checkpoints and test positive for Ganja , then monkeyhouse another earner , especially Thong Lor in BKK or Asoke , luckily I have Ganja Prescription from Sawadee Clinic near Don Muang 200 b 

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8 hours ago, Sametboy2019 said:

What's the point? Some standard herbs would taste better.

 

Clearly ! How stupid are people to believe that leaves have anything good ?!

and people posting these news must be great idiots also !

 

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6 hours ago, Ireland32 said:

Good idea for Police , roadside checkpoints and test positive for Ganja , then monkeyhouse another earner , especially Thong Lor in BKK or Asoke , luckily I have Ganja Prescription from Sawadee Clinic near Don Muang 200 b 

and you believe that your prescription will save you from giving 5000 thb to the cops ? you really really know and understand nothing, right ?!

so sad for those people...

 

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3 hours ago, thepdru said:

 

Clearly ! How stupid are people to believe that leaves have anything good ?!

and people posting these news must be great idiots also !

 

Marijuana leaves are considered one of our superfoods. They are packed full of nutrients. Maybe you can look it up for yourself before calling others stupid.

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