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Culinary hemp flower mimics taste of oregano


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Scarborough Fare has developed what it calls the world’s first 100 per cent Culinary Hemp Flower product that mimics the natural taste and smell of oregano.

Called No-Regano, Scarborough Fare uses a patent-pending molecular gastronomy process that is chemical-and-additive-free, and creates an edible hemp with natural CBD.

“Until now, consumers could only purchase and access hemp seed and hemp oil products,” said Jeff Danzer, known as Jeffthe420Chef, executive chef and inventor of the product. “Our breakthrough Culinary Hemp Flower product that appears to be “magically” modified to taste like herbs and spices is a fun, safe, familiar way for people to add naturally occurring CBD to their diet.”

According to the company, the edible hemp flower contains raw CBD and is compliant with the U.S. Farm Bill. Compliance “guarantees that the hemp strictly comes from licensed growers who have met federal/state regulations,” Danzer said.

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A dosing spoon and dosing recommendations come included with each container. Additional herb and spice hemp flower creations in the pipeline include Rosemary-Jane, Buzzed Basil, Hazy Thyme and Cinna-man and will be released by Scarborough Fare in the fall.

scarboroughfareherbco.com