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Keep the shape! L.A restaurant serves tempura-battered cannabis leaves

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Did you ever want to taste cannabis but never fancied smoking it? A restaurant in LA has found a solution, by serving tempura-fried leaves in their secret menu as appetisers. A chef at the restaurant found a way to keep the original shape of the plant by dipping and drying the leaves in a light batter.

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