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The Wicca Cookbook: Recipes, Ritual, and Lore

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The spiritual tenets of Wicca are steeped in an inherent reverence for nature and stewardship of the environment. In fact, Wiccan practitioners have been living—and cooking—green since ancient times. In the decade since the first edition of the The Wicca Cookbook cast its spell over culinary history buffs and adventurous cooks everywhere, many readers have asked “What make ...more
Paperback, Second Edition, 224 pages
Published October 5th 2010 by Celestial Arts (first published October 1st 2000)
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Ana Mardoll
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Unlike other Wiccan cookbooks which often organize recipes around types of cooking (starters, main dish, side dish, dessert, etc.), "The Wicca Cookbook" organizes its recipes around the yearly Sabbats. Each chapter explains the history of the Sabbat, the magical significance of the Sabbat, the associated seasonal produce, and suggested dishes. This organization is perfect for urban-raised wiccans (like me) who haven't memorized the yearly produce growing cycle.
I enjoy this book, in addition to recipes it has information about the Sabbats. What makes it more than just a cookbook is the additional information that goes with the recipes; instead of being set up like most cookbooks(appetizers, deserts, etc...)it is set up in order of the Sabbat the recipe is associated with. Most of the recipes seem simple to make. It's an enjoyable cookbook.
I really like the Medieval style illustrations. I also like the bits of lore throughout the book. There are recipes for each holy day during the Wiccan year.
Regina Hunter
Pretty cool. But I do believe recipes were modified, because in Europe in Medieval time there was no sugar.
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