They call it butter because that’s what the Magical Butter machine can make, and they call it magical because that butter is psychoactive, what with the main ingredient being concentrated cannabis.
The company that makes the machine that makes the butter also has a truck – called the Samich Truck – from which marijuana-infused foodstuffs are sold.
The Samich Truck will make its Washington debut at the Jet City Farmer’s Market, 1120 112th St. S.W. in Everett, on June 28 and 29.
Samich, incidentally, is short for Savory Accessible Marijuana Infused Culinary Happiness, and the truck is a former Freightliner school bus, now painted hot pink and mellow green.
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And the food goes beyond brownies.
Chef Jeremy Cooper and sous chef Zach Murray have developed a menu that includes “The Samich,” a nut butter, banana, infused honey and jelly sandwich; Banh Mi, a Vietnamese pork concoction; “Danks-giving,” a combination of smoked turkey and stuffing served on cornbread; and “Truffle Popcorn.”
All food items will contain between 30 and 100 milligrams of THC, the ingredient that produces a high.
Along with the food, the company will also be selling its Magical Butter machine.