I'm going to start tracking data from my rosin presses.  With enough data, I can start to build a model that can estimate the potential return yielded by the press I use. And if I press enough cannabis where the content

I have a bunch of left over cannabis from last year. Some good buds, but mostly smalls and shake. Leftovers, mostly dry, nothing you would consider good eating. One of the attributes about a rosin press is it allows for easy

Learned some lessons about rosin pressing with dry sift, thought I would write them down. I learn by doing, which means I make a shit-ton of mistakes. Here are two of them: Point Loading the Filter Bag.Leaving the Filter Bag Open. For

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