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Chock full of inspiration and ideas for making the most out of the magical energies of your food, Wicca Kitchen Witchery by best-selling author Lisa Chamberlain is an excellent resource for anyone who would like to incorporate magical practices into their approach to cooking.
Kitchen witchery, also known as "kitchen magic", "pantry magic", "culinary wizardry", and other names, is the art of intertwining food and magic through creative visualization, focused intention, and a love for utilizing the bounty of Mother Earth in nourishing, transformative meals.
Though written from a Wiccan perspective, the guide is useful for anyone from any spiritual background - and any level of cooking ability. Lisa’s beginner-friendly approach includes sections on working magic in small kitchens and shared kitchens, advice for novice cooks who would like to move beyond peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches, and an example kitchen consecration ritual. You’ll also learn:
How the magical energies of natural foods operate to help you manifest your goals
How to choose magically potent foods to incorporate into your practice
Practical ideas for turning your kitchen into a sacred space and beginning to think like a magician in the culinary arena
Simple example recipes with easy-to-follow instructions
How to make all-natural kitchen cleaners from household ingredients
Tables of correspondence for basic pantry staples, culinary herbs, and elemental energies in the kitchen
By the end of this audiobook, you’ll have a solid foundation of knowledge to begin or enhance your practice of culinary magic. So roll up your sleeves and enjoy making magic in your kitchen with Wicca Kitchen Witchery!
Ready to add some magic to your cooking? Then listen to this audiobook!
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By Troy Mobley on 06-30-18
I’m on the clock atm lol ;). But I could go on and on about how good this book is. No matter what kind of witch or Wiccan you are this is an invaluable asset. =). The author has a vast wealth of knowledge.
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By Vorthe on 03-09-18
Not for the dabbler or non-believer after all.
I am not a wiccan. I believed the summary of the book when it said this book could be of use for non-wiccans. I thought it was going to be more about an over-arching whole earth philosophy and cooking in harmony with the earth (which I suppose the author might say is exactly what she is trying to convey), but when the reader began explaining "prana" and "chi" and the rest of the mystical religious philosophy contained herein, the author lost me completely. Sorry Ms Chamberlain, I hope you don't think I'm a bad person, but it was too much for me to swallow.
PS- even if you ARE a wiccan, I recommend buying a physical or e-copy of the book. Recipes and lists of ingredients are more understandable when you can refer to them visually.
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