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Medical Marijuana Initiative Headed for Florida Ballot: Five Best Things to Eat and Drink While Stoned

If you haven't heard all the ruckus about the legalization of marijuana in Colorado last week, you've either been stuck under a rock, working too much, or coming down from the worst New Years hangover ever.

Either way, a joint should help with those issues.

While weed still isn't legal in Florida, not even for medicinal purposes, pot activists say they are well on the way to getting one millions signatures on their petitions to qualify for the fall ballot as of next week -- they have until February 1 to submit more than 683,000 valid signatures of registered voters.

With all the commotion on tokin' going on lately, we figured it was time to come up with a list of the best stoner foods in South Florida.

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While we don't know whether the developers of these magnificent munchies were under the influence of cannabis when they devised these dishes, we do know the weird albeit mind-blowing combinations are the perfect antidote to even the worse case of stoner starvation.

Jaxson's Ice Cream Parlor and Restaurant's the Kitchen Sink

If there is anything you need to know about a case of the munchies is that it requires an enormous amount of food to satiate the cravings. While just about any heaping scoop of ice cream from this Dania Beach shop is sure to satisfy your stoned hunger pangs, its the notorious kitchen sink that is a match made in pothead heaven -- that's because it combines just about everything on the menu. With mounds of homemade ice cream, chocolate syrup, marshmallow fluff, whipped cream, and just about every other topping known to man, it would take a normal person days to scoff it down -- it'll probably take your high self about 20 minutes.

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