When I get my career started, as a baker, I wanted to add in kitchen witchery to my bakings. Since I know a lot of homey ingrediants like that have meanings. Does anyone have suggestions on what i should do? 9I know I cant spell, lay off.)
There are all kinds of books on Herbs which might help, Cunninghams book, " Encyclopedia of Magical herbs ", Paul Beyerl's " The Master book of Herbalism," I am sure there are Spiritual cookbooks out as well. I do know that Apples attract love and aid in healing, that Almonds bring money and wisdom, that Corn is used for protection, that strawberries bring love and luck, that Celery promotes mental power, that Cucumbers are good for fertility issues, that Lemons are used to purify, Turnips for protection. Almost every food has a magical correspondence, find out about them and have some fun but be carefull, particularly with Herbs as some can be toxic.
One of my favorite spells to do because it is so fun is a baking spell. You make a cake, normally you should add ingredients to help the energy, put your desire into the cake as you do everysingle step, chant, infuse it with your energy, when the cake bakes the spell is complete. Normally I like using this for giving out blessing energies.
By: kts Moderator / Adept Feb 11, 2011
Post # 7
Magical cooking is one of the oldest ways to incorporate magic in you daily life. From The ingredients you use, to the way you perform the ordered tasks. Think about what you want to arise from your food as you stir or kneed. Bless your ingredients, after all cooking is like a ritual because there is an order to it. You can't stir in the eggs until you break them open. And don't throw the shells into the trash, use them as an offering to mother earth.