If you’re a kosher-keeper and want to down some edibles, what are the best kosher products for weed out there? Check our roundup to find out (assuming you don’t want to eat it raw, that is).
Kosher Beef Jerky
Koreatown Collective is an edibles haven. The retailer offers everything from cannabis-infused ketchup to weed Fruit Loops. But what makes this LA-based store really stand out is their line of kosher products. Owner Janice Hardoon offers a line of kosher edibles ranging from kosher gummy bears to kosher beef jerky.
“Religious people trust us, they know I control the ingredients,” Hardoon said in an interview with LA Weekly. “Medicine is medicine, but if they have choices, they prefer choices.”
We’re recommending the kosher beef jerky because damn, that’s impressive AF.
Beef jerky definitely isn’t the snack for everyone.
Based out of California, Sababa Snacks proudly label themselves as “ethically sourced.” The company, whose motto is “what you put in your body matters,” uses organic, raw ingredients (including weed) for their snack clusters, which come in both indica and sativa strains. With flavors like caramel-cashew-apricot and chocolate-hazelnut-pecan—and with 80mg of THC in a four-piece snack pack—you’re in for one tasty AF treat.
Their products can be directly bought at dispensaries in San Francisco, the East Bay, and other areas, and are also available to order online. Oh, and if this doesn’t say it all, “sababa” is Hebrew slang for cool. If that doesn’t say it all, what else does? Definitely one of the best kosher products out there.
If you’re not down with gluten-free, vegan-friendly stuff (even if it tastes great), this won’t be your first snack pick.
Utopia Farms probably has the best tagline for an edible ever: “these macaroons take you higher.” Yes, you read that correctly: macaroons. But these aren’t your bubbe’s old school Manischewitz macaroons—especially not with 50mg of THC per cookie. Made with cannabis-infused coconut oil, these snacks come in flavors like raspberry and chocolate chip. Into it.
Plus, how can you keep kosher and not like macaroons? As far as I know, that’s not allowed.
While not technically kosher, these snacks are labeled “kosher-friendly.” If you tend to be pretty strict about your hechshers, you’ll want to veer away from this one.
Final Hit: Best Kosher Products For Weed
While this list for best kosher products might be short right now, the need for edibles in this particular market is ever-expanding. It just goes to show: not even your local rabbi can deny the virtues of cannabis.