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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Stroop Waffle, a Cannabis Cookie with Dutch Roots

Posted By on Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 10:33 AM

click to enlarge Organic Canna's pot-laced Stroop Waffle, based on the classic Dutch stroopwafel cookie.
  • Organic Canna's pot-laced Stroop Waffle, based on the classic Dutch stroopwafel cookie.

Turns out that Dutch drug policy isn't the only product of the Netherlands that's influencing California's medical marijuana culture. One local manufacturer of pot edibles, Organic Canna, is now offering something it calls Stroop Waffle, a medicated version of the stroopwafel, the classic, caramel-filled Dutch waffle cookie. Organic Canna's version includes a dollop of dark chocolate on top and an optional dusting of cinnamon sugar, which SFoodie recommends. There's no denying the strong taste of cannabis-infused butter here, but the texture of the waffle is as pleasingly soft as any imported stroopwafel we've tried.

Believe the four-dose demarcation on the package ― a quarter of this large cookie should be plenty for all but the hardcore.

Organic Canna's Stroop Waffle: Available to accredited patients at Vapor Room Cooperative, 607A Haight (at Steiner), 633-6072.

Other pot-laced edibles skewing foodie:

-Choco-Potamus super-premium dark chocolate

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