Expert Edibles: Mary Jean "Watermelon" Dunsdon's guide to preparing cannabis shake flour

Vancouver’s iconic weed pin-up and activist takes viewers step-by-step through preparing her favourite baking ingredient—cannabis shake flour

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      Video created by Mary Jean "Watermelon" Dunsdon. 

      In her latest video, Watermelon takes us back to the basics with an easy-to-follow tutorial for making what she calls "shake flour”. This finely ground cannabis is used as a key ingredient in the majority of her delicious infused treats, including the infamous pot gingersnaps she began selling on Wreck Beach in the early 90s.

      Shake Flour

      What you'll need:

      • Cannabis trimmings or "shake"
      • Blender
      • Bowl
      • Fine mesh sieve or strainer
      Mary Jean "Watermelon" Dunsdon
      Mary Jean "Watermelon" Dunsdon is a Vancouver-based cannabis advocate, baker, and entrepreneur. In 2002, Watermelon produced her first of many cooking show titled Baked n Baking. Others came later titled Baking a Fool of Myself, Watermelon's Kitchen, Baked with Mary Jean, and Infused. The small business owner of two imported candy shops and one marijuana bakery she spends most of her days perfecting recipe techniques, hula hooping, sampling liquorice, and nude sunbathing.