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3 ways to infuse cannabis into your favorite Thanksgiving recipes

Since marijuana was legalized in Colorado, edibles have become an increasingly popular choice for buyers. In fact, edibles — a category that includes infused gummies, chocolates, cookies, candies and even beverages — accounted for 13.9% of sales in Colorado between July 9 and Oct. 7 (the most of any state, according to analytics firm Headset). But you’re not just limited to what’s sold at the store. As the variety of edibles has increased, so too have the ways consumers can make their own at home. With Thanksgiving on the horizon, we tested three different infusion methods with popular holiday dishes — using cannabutter, marijuana concentrate and flower — so everyone can gather and giggle around the dinner table this year. Before we dive in, let’s start with a few disclaimers: Cannabis use...

Cannabis giant Curaleaf to acquire Colorado edibles maker BlueKudu

A Denver-based edibles manufacturer is being scooped up by a multi-state marijuana company in one of the year’s first local business acquisitions. Courtesy Blue KuduCannabis giant Curaleaf is set to acquire BlueKudu, the Denver-based maker of edible marijuana products, including these infused gummies Cannabis giant Curaleaf is set to acquire BlueKudu, which is known for its infused chocolates and gummies, according to an announcement Monday. Curaleaf, based in Wakefield, Mass., currently operates dispensaries, cultivations and processing plants in 14 states; this move marks its first foray into the Colorado market. Read the rest of this story on DenverPost.com.