Marijuana Food Trucks are a Thing Now

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There are all sorts of different ways to get high now that marijuana and THC are legal in places like Colorado and Washington. One marijuana company is taking advantage of this new found freedom by selling a special menu of marijuana edibles on the go.

MagicalButter is the first company we’ve heard of that sells food designed to get you as high as possible from a food truck. They call it the “Samich Truck” and they sell sandwiches such as peanut butter and jelly and grilled cheese, all of which will get you high. Each sandwich is made with a special butter or cheese infused with THC, the active ingredient in marijuana that sends you “on your journey.” They recently unveiled the truck at Denver’s Cannabis Cup, a marijuana celebration held on the oh-so appropriate April 20th (aka 4/20). These days, it’s spinning around its native home dispensing its pot-infused goodness to the people of Seattle, Washington.

At first, MagicalButter just came up with the idea as a gimmick to make a few extra bucks at the festival but it’s now become an integral part of their business like most restaurants these days that are competing in the famed food truck revolution. It’s a delicate procedure because you can put too much THC in your product but they seem to be doing a fine job of it so far. And we would like say more power to them. It just goes to show how silly it is that other states still consider the thing such a harmful drug. After all, these guys and gals are delivering the stuff to their citizens’ doorsteps and we haven’t seen an outbreak of “reefer madness” yet.

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