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Kitchen Witchcraft
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 1
To the kitchen witch, the hearth is their altar. Their pots are their cauldrons and their cooking utensils are their tools.

Cleanse and purify all items and ingredients to be used in your recipe. Charge your ingredients with the desired energy or invoke their meaning as you add them in. I like to say "this sugar is for love" etc.

This is from my grimoire. I've collected these meanings through a variety of sources throughout the years. The herbs you use are important to. Herbs and their magickal properties should also be considered. Its best to grind these together with a mortar and pestle as you put your energy into them and invoke the meaning

MEATS AND DAIRY
Pork - grounding
Beef - grounding; prosperity
Chicken - health
Turkey - family energy; sleep
Fish - psychic awareness
Shellfish - rebirth
Milk - feminine; nurturing
Cheese - joy; health
Butter - smoothing relationships
Eggs - fertility, spirituality

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Apples - feminine, spirituality, love, happiness
Apricot - love
Beet - passion, love
Blackberries - prosperity, healing, protection
Blueberry - protection
Cabbage - luck
Carrot - grounding, clear vision, lust
Cherry - divination, love
Chili Pepper - faithfulness, trust, romance, hex-breaking
Chives - protection
Coconut - absorbs
Corn - protection, luck, divination
Cucumber - trust, spirituality, health, fertility
Lemon - masculine, cleansing, purification, drawing energy
Limes - intensive protection, cleansing, hex breaking
Mushroom - psychic awareness
Onion - protection
Pineapple- luck; friendship
Potatoe - grounding, absorbs
Spinach - prosperity, strength
Strawberry - luck, love
Tomatoe - love, protection

MISCELLANEOUS
Almond - money, prosperity, wisdom, fertility
Baking powder/soda - raising energy
Barley - healing, love, protection, fertility
Chocolate - love, happiness, (venus energy)
Yeast - grounding
Rice - fertility, protection, prosperity
Sugar/Honey/molasses - love, drawing energy
Olive Oil - purity, health, protection
Wheat - prosperity

BEVERAGES
Beer - protection, physical strength
Champagne - friendship, love
Coffee - mental, empowers, grounds, purifies
Green Tea - riches, courage, strength, money
Milk - nurturing, love
Wine - love, joy
White - lunar energy
Red - solar energy

My spaghetti is always made as a protection meal for my family. Many family recipes can be reviewed and their magickal meaning can be discovered by using this list as reference. A meal will only hold this magick if you intend for it to.

When you stir, be sure to stir in energy, using the spoon as a wand. Counterclockwise for lunar energy, and clockwise for solar energy.

Cleanse your cutting boards, pots, pans, stove, utensils, EVERYTHING you use for kitchen magick. Obviously adding water to your meal will add in the properties of water you wish to use.

Good luck! And have fun.
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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
By: / Novice
Post # 2
Nice post :) very informative.
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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
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Post # 3
Its very fun to read, I like. But one question whiteraven - is it true that kitchen witches have a bad reputaion? I have heard that they are not "real" witches.
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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
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Post # 4

Thank you for sharing this, Raven. I think I heard something about this before but they called it 'food magic'.

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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
By: / Beginner
Post # 5
great post! thanks :)
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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
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Post # 6

Nice thread (:

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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 7
Kitchen witchcraft is a way to integrate magick into other facets of our life. Food is something we must have to sustain us, and for many, cooking is a part of everyday life. When we consume the food and drink, we accept the magick we have placed within it into our bodies. I don't believe any witch only practices kitchen witchcraft. But it is a wonderful thing to incorporate into your normal magickal practice. Kitchen witchcraft is most commonly coupled with Hedge or Green witchcraft, and this is its origin, but anyone who uses magick can utilize it.
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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 8
Thank you so much Rav3n for this. This is so awesome. I am cooking witch at times and this is just really helpful thank you!
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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 9
By the way do you know the properties of black tea, white tea, and butter beans?
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Re: Kitchen Witchcraft
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 10
I don't have those in my grimoire but I know my way around google! Lol
Here is a list of beans and their magickal properties.
http://gypsymagicspells.blogspot.com/2011/06/bean-magick.html?m=1


As for green tea. Black, white and green tea all come from the same plant Camellia sinensis. What makes them different is that white are young leaves, green is picked mature leaves, and black are sun dried.
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