Cannabis food fusion heats up with Chef Dennis Lee, Sublime Concentrates deal

Chef Dennis Lee of S.F.'s Namu Gaji (center) is creating cannabis edibles with Sublime Concentrates. He's seen here with his brothers David (left), and Daniel (right) at the restaurant in 2016. | GreenState file photo

Chef Dennis Lee of S.F.’s Namu Gaji (center) is creating cannabis edibles with Sublime Concentrates. He’s seen here with his brothers David (left), and Daniel (right) at the restaurant in 2016. | GreenState file photo

Innovative San Francisco chef Dennis Lee of Namu Gaji, known for its Asian-inspired, farm-to-table cuisine, is set to bring new flavors to cannabis edibles under a partnership with Sublime Concentrates, a Bay Area maker of award-winning vaporizer cartridges.

The first marijuana edibles to hit the market will be sweet and are expected to land in 200 dispensaries across California in April under a manufacturing deal with what Alex Fang, chief executive officer at Sublime,

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