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So yeah, it's been a while since I've been on here but I'm going to make this short. I'm an electric witch (stuff I do is listed on my profile). Anyways, despite being a really bad cook, I still want to involve it in my practice. Any tips, recipes, advice, etc?
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I know it's kind of a weird question but I just thought I'd ask
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Do you mean electric -- as in the use of electricity in your workings -- or eclectic?
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From what I've seen of your previous posts I think you mean eclectic like prsona suggested. You can absolutely involve cooking or kitchen witchery into an eclectic path, even if you aren't the best at cooking. Everyone has to start somewhere in the kitchen! Some simple and easy things you can do is infuse teas with your energy the same way we do stones and jewelry but then you can drink it. I also like to stir my drink in the shape of a pentacle while visualizing. Clockwise if I want to attract something by drinking it like serenity or peace and counterclockwise if I want to banish or get rid of something like negative emotions. Also, kitchen witches will often use spatulas, spoons, and knives in the same way as wands to direct energy into the food. I have even seen people who carve sigils into the bottom of pie crusts. I do suggest studying the magical properties of everyday kitchen herbs so you can get the properties you want in your cooking.

There's a pretty good YouTube video by Tina Miller where she introduces a great number of tools for kitchen witchcraft. You don't need everything that she states because she has a very very well supplied kitchen compared to a lot of people just starting out. Ill post the video below.

https://youtu.be/SpFNxW8hnOo

People have recommended Wicca In The Kitchen by Scott Cunningham to me but I've never got to read much of it except for some excerpts of it. From what I saw it seemed pretty good like everything else I've read by Cunningham. Good luck on your venture into magical cooking!
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