Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg: A Culinary Cannabis Collaboration Breaking Stereotypes

Martha Stewart Talks Cannabis And Working With Snoop Dogg

Martha Stewart, the famous lifestyle guru and entrepreneur, has opened up about her friendship and collaboration with rapper and cannabis enthusiast Snoop Dogg. The unlikely duo has been working together since 2016 when they launched their hit cooking show “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” on VH1. The show features them preparing and sharing dishes with various celebrity guests, while also indulging in some cannabis-related humor and activities.

Stewart revealed that she and Snoop have a lot in common, despite their different backgrounds and personalities. They both enjoy cooking, music, business, and of course, cannabis. Stewart said that she learned a lot from Snoop, who taught her about different strains, methods, and products of cannabis consumption. She also said that they have fun “baking” together, both in the kitchen and with cannabis.

Stewart and Snoop have recently teamed up with BIC EZ Reach Lighters to launch a limited edition line of insulated drink sleeves called Best Buds Bags. The bags are designed to keep drinks cool and fresh, while also featuring stylish and colorful patterns inspired by cannabis culture. Stewart said that the bags are a perfect accessory for summer, whether you are enjoying a cocktail, a soda, or a cannabis-infused beverage.

Martha Stewart’s Views on Cannabis Legalization

Stewart also shared her views on cannabis legalization and its benefits for society. She said that she supports the legalization of cannabis for both medical and recreational purposes, as she believes that it can help people with various health conditions, such as chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, and more. She also said that cannabis can enhance the quality of life and happiness of people, as it can relax, stimulate, and inspire them.

Stewart said that she hopes that her and Snoop’s partnership can help break the stigma and stereotypes around cannabis use, and show that it can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, or profession. She said that cannabis is a natural and harmless plant that can bring people together and make them laugh, learn, and love