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Kitchen Witchery: A Compendium of Oils, Unguents, Incense, Tinctures, and Comestibles
Over the years, Wiccan High Priestess Marilyn Daniel has collected hundreds of recipes for her craft. This comprehensive reference is a compilation of more than 400 of her magical tips and recipes - covering everything from beauty treatments to healing salves to tasty treats.
Paperback, 274 pages
Published May 1st 2002 by Weiser Books
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I bought this book thinking that it would be a unique addition to my collection. I was absolutely appalled, however, when I realized that it was almost completely plagiarized. Ms. Daniel stole nearly every word in her book from Scott Cunningham's encyclopedias, and not just the recipes. All of the explanations and intro text were copied verbatim from his books as well. Ms. Daniel should be very, very ashamed of herself.
When this book was first published I was excited to add it to my collection until I cracked it open and realized that it is a compilation of other authors' writing, recipes, correspondences, spells, etc., mainly Scott Cunningham whose work I greatly admire. Please don't support plagiarism by reading this book. Check out Scott Cunningham and Patricia Telesco's kitchen witch books instead.