If you have one, plug it in and pop the top. Inside it, you'll toss in everything from that ingredients list, except the oil, salt, and pepper. Once everything is expertly placed inside, start processing all of those ingredients together until everything is perfectly blended in with one another.
Then comes the finesse part of the recipe.
I say "finesse" because it takes a little touch in order to achieve a truly perfect vinaigrette.
While everything else is churning away in the food processor, you'll want to gradually add in your cannabis-infused cooking oil. But you can't (nor should you) just dump it all in at once. You need to use a steady hand, and carefully add in the oil. I find that if the stream of oil being added to the food processor never exceeds the thickness of a common toothpick, then you will be happy with the end result. That's the ideal speed to pour it in with the other contents.
Remember, the less oil you add, the less strong it will be. However, if you dump in too much, you'll be looking at an aioli consistency when it's all said and done. Which isn't the worst thing. It's just not what we're aiming for with this particular recipe.
The second you feel like you've reached your desired consistency and thickness, you can finish everything off with some salt and pepper.
The amount of seasoning elements is completely dependant on your personal taste. If you're a fan of salt, like myself, go heavy with those grains. But, if you're aiming for a more subdued taste, you can go a little light on the seasoning.
It's all up to you - there are no wrong answers.
Take a quick taste of your brand new salad substance. If you think it needs a little work, play with the amount of salt and pepper you add. If you think it's ready to go, however, simply remove the food processor from its base, and gently pour the contents into a glass bottle for storage and serving.
And that's it. You just made Cannabis Vinaigrette.