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Make hash
Makes approximately 8 hash browns
Coarsely grate the potatoes and onion into a clean tea towel and then squeeze out the excess liquid by twisting the towel. Place the mix in a large bowl.
Add the egg, a good couple of pinches of salt and freshly ground black pepper (you need to salt the mixture well otherwise the hash browns can be quite bland). Mix the ingredients well.
Hash browns are one of those brilliant recipes that taste amazing, look impressive and take very little effort. A welcome addition to any breakfast or lunch.
30 mins to 1 hour
Heat a good glug of oil in a heavy based frying pan and when the oil is hot (but not smoking), add spoonfuls of the potato mixture into the pan and flatten into patties about 1cm/½in thick. Flip over once browned and crispy – about 2–3 minutes each side.
30 mins to 1 hour
Makes approximately 8 hash browns
Serve hot as a breakfast or supper side dish. Especially good with bacon and eggs.
Freshly made hash browns are so much better than anything you can buy. Let this easy recipe show you the way to brunch perfection.
Make hash
Your ultimate guide to making dry sift hash and bubble hash.
If you’re using a box designed for dry sifting, there should be a second screen directly under the first one. Remove the top screen and set it aside. Repeat step 1 until you’re down to the last screen. You can label each sift with the size of the micron size screen used.
You want to put as much ice as you possibly can without things overflowing. Once you have the bottom of the bucket covered in ice you can start to go back and forth making layers of weed and ice until you reach the top of the bucket. Make sure the top layer is ice and not plant material.
Whether it’s freshly frozen or not, you’ll need bud or trim to make bubble hash. You’ll also need a 1 or 5-gallon bucket and a bubble bag set to fit it. You’ll also need a large spoon or something to stir things up with.
The highest quality dry sift and bubble hash falls under the full melt extracts category. You can find out how to ensure the dry sift is a full melt every time by reading Bubbleman’s tricks & tips to make full-melt dry sift hash.
As you move onto smaller sized screen bags, you will be left with purer hash. Once drained, you can fold each bag at the bottom to allow all of the hash to pile up. Keep them separate and label the size of the micron screen. Trying each one out will help you understand the full spectrum flavors and potencies a single strain of hash can offer.
Using a stiff card, you can brush the plant material back and forth until no more resin is passing through. The first screen is usually the largest so there will probably still be contaminants in the sifted material.
Fill the bucket with water just below the lip so you can stir without making a mess.
Nowadays most cannabis concentrates are in the form of oils made with solvents. Others are made by squeezing cannabis parts between hot plates to make rosin extracts. However, OG connoisseurs still have a sweet tooth for some of the more traditional non-solvent hashes. The two ways to make them involve manually separating trichomes with the dry sift and ice water extraction techniques.
Your ultimate guide to making dry sift hash and bubble hash.