Nowadays, there are seemingly endless ways to consume marijuana — vaping, dabbing, topicals, tinctures, even Epsom salts for a relaxing THC-infused bath.
But let’s not overlook the growing number of ways to eat and drink cannabis. Looking to keep it local next time you consume cannabis? Here’s a guide to just a few of the commercially produced edibles made in the East Bay. To find retailers that carry these products, visit the manufacturers’ websites.
Chocolate from Défoncé
Oakland’s Défoncé Chocolatier takes both chocolate and cannabis very seriously. Défoncé, which means “stoned” in French, sources its chocolate from Belgium and its sun-grown cannabis from California farms that don’t use chemical pesticides. Its chocolatiers, who have years of experience, produce the cannabis chocolate in a 40,000-square-foot facility in Oakland — the largest cannabis confectionery facility in the world. The chocolatier has become known for its full-size chocolate bars, which contain 18 servings of 5