For the last year or so, food festivals in California have had cannabis purveyors on-site, offering samples of their wares, just without actual cannabis in them. Chocolates, candies, chips — the regular offerings of the weed companies, only they don’t get you high.
But a big feature of the upcoming EastSide Food Festival in Silver Lake (Oct. 22) is the “Cannabis Corner.” Ticket holders can sample cannabis-infused food on-site, and will take home a gift bag with more samples. Of course, there are rules: you can’t enter the area without a California medical marijuana card, and you must buy a separate ticket for $15, on top of the regular festival entry price.
There will also be a cooking with cannabis demonstration that anyone can watch. And of