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Cover the bottom of your crockpot using a towel to buffer the contact between the bottom of your mason jars and the crockpot. This will also prevent the jars from moving and cracking during the process.
Form a water bath by filling your crockpot with enough warm water to cover the size of jars you plan to use. Be careful so that the water doesn’t overflow when you insert the jars in the pot.
Measure the temperature of the water using a digital thermometer. Turn to low heat when a temperature of about 180 °F is reached.
Decarb your cannabis flower if it is non-decarbed. The decarb process involves heating your flower in an oven at 240 °F for 40 minutes.
Next, divide the unsalted butter or ghee between two jars.
Grind the cannabis flower using a coffee grinder and divide between the two jars already containing the butter. Don’t forget to stir so that the cannabis infuses the butter thoroughly.
Cover the jars slightly after you wipe the rim and carefully place the jars into the warm bath in your crockpot.
Attach the lid on the crockpot, set your timer, and allow to cook on low heat at 180 °F for 4 hours.
When it's time, turn of the heat, remove your jars from the bath, and allow them to cool before you open.
Next, you will need to strain some of those extra liquids and sediments you see on top.
When your jars are cool enough to handle, pour the content over a funnel lined with a cheesecloth or paper filter. Do not press, allow it to drain freely. You can save the pulp to use later for other recipes.
After straining, add your butter to any jar you wish to store it in. you can still use a mason jar or any flexible container or butter mold you chose.
Store your cannabutter in the refrigerator. After some time the infused butter will solidify leaving some leftover liquid, and milk solids. Separate these before you serve!
Your cannabutter will last as long as the expiration date of the butter you used or longer if you store it in a freezer.