Not understanding the language when you're trying to learn something new can be extremely frustrating. Let's examine some of the more common herbal preparations that you'll come across and translate them into every day terms so you can stop pulling your hair out and get busy with the kitchen witchery.
Making vanilla extract at home.
Learn to freeze bananas so you can be prepared to tackle breakfast like a goddess ray of hope and sunshine for your kids. And for ice cream, of course.
Your first defense for simple illnesses should come at home, usually from the kitchen. Today I'm going to teach you how to make a poultice for coughs and chest congestion.
Making an herbal tincture is the easiest thing in the herbal world. It is often one of the first projects that a kitchen witch will tackle.
Making an herbal honey is one of the easiest things you can do. It's also a great first kitchen witchery project! If you have kids, or partners, who are resistant to the taste of herbal remedies, an infused honey is a great way to bring them around. Easier than an herbal syrup, you only need three things: herbs, honey, and time.
Do you ever have grocery shopping days that end in pizza? That's why I'm sharing this secret. It's not only faster than delivery, it's healthier and cheaper too.
We decorate with orange slices to remind us during the dark winter season that the sun will return. And if a little magick gets mixed in with it, so much the better.
Forager Stew, Baby. It started as all great recipes do with a big cauldron, some melted butter, and heaps of chopped vegetables.