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Cake Breath

Cake Breath is a weed strain . Reviewers on Leafly say this strain makes them feel happy, energetic, and uplifted. Cake Breath has 23% THC and 1% CBG. The dominant terpene in this strain is caryophyllene. If you've smoked, dabbed, or otherwise enjoyed this strain, Cake Breath, before let us know! Leave a review.

Cake Breath is a weed strain . Reviewers on Leafly say this strain makes them feel happy, energetic, and uplifted. Cake Breath has 23% THC and 1% CBG. The dominant terpene in this strain is caryophyllene. If you've smoked, dabbed, or otherwise enjoyed this strain, Cake Breath, before let us know! Leave a review.

Cake breath by Aeriz – thoughts in comments

Fun Fact: In Arizona, Aeriz calls this strain Puta Breath. The State of Illinois told them they couldn’t use that name here.

Special snow flake sensitive people.

Are you 100% about that?

They had Puta at Moca I thought? Atleast the menu said Puta Breath.

This is incorrect. Cake Breath from Aeriz is OGSB Cookie x Cake. Puta Breath has been released in IL, but rarely seen, and the lineage is the same as other states, which is Mendo Breath x Wedding Cake.

This, to me, is on par with any Aeriz strain with 2 of my favorites being MAC1 and JENNY KUSH. This is just as great

Definitely indica leaning (body feels verrry nice) but very noticeable sativa effects for me as well (energy, creativeness)

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Fruitcake

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Breath of the Wild

Fruitcakes are a dish made by Cooking either an Apple or a Wildberry, any fruit, Tabantha Wheat, and Cane Sugar together in a Cooking Pot. Regular versions of Fruitcake can be made by only using ingredients that don’t grant any effects. They can be eaten to restore some Hearts to Link’s Life Gauge. Fruitcakes make use of fruits found all over Hyrule Kingdom and are commonly used in celebrations. [1]

The first Castle Library Book outlines the recipe for Fruitcake, noting it to be a secret of the Royal Family of Hyrule and Princess Zelda’s favorite food. [3] The book suggests boiling two or more pieces of fruit with Tabantha Wheat and Cane Sugar for a while. [4] This dish is known to help clear one’s head and help with focus, which Princess Zelda apparently took advantage of while she researched Ancient Technology. [5]

As part of the Side Quest “A Royal Recipe”, Link can give Gotter at Riverside Stable a Fruitcake. [6] After eating it, he at first describes it as having a refreshing aroma, reminiscent of galloping across the planes on horseback. [7] However, he states that undersells the complexity of the dish, saying it fills him with the intensity of being seen by a Guardian. [8] Gotter calls Fruitcake an elegant dish and explains he never thought he’d taste something so thrilling. [9] As a reward, he’ll give Link a Silver Rupee. [10]

Several different variations of Fruitcake can be made, based on both the kind of fruit used and whether any additional ingredients are added: