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Spring Violet Vinegar...Won't be long! I make this every Spring! I call it Spring Tonic Vinegar...Wild Violets packed into jars or bottles...Add Champagne vinegar! If you have some wild onions, add a few of those, too! Let sit for a week or so and strain off the violets...Maybe add a few tablespoons of sugar to each bottle or jar! Use to dress wild spring greens!

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Having a kitchen altar can help to keep your energy up while you cook! It could be anything from a favorite scented candle to a statue of a favorite goddess or a vase of flowers. Great creative and add a little magic to your kitchen!

Kitchen Witchery: #Witch's #Kitchen Blessing.

hanging bottles in witches kitchen

☆ Kitchen Witches Creed ☆

Kitchen Witchery: WHITE ~ The strong phytochemical in these whitish/greenish vegetables, called allicin, is an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral chemical. Some white foods prevent cancer and heart disease, and lower cholesterol levels. Celery, often dubbed a useless vegetable because it has no calories, does have minerals like good sodium that help keep joints healthy.The selenium in mushrooms is also healthy. This group helps maintain low cholesterol levels and a healthy heart.

Kitchen Witchery: YELLOW ~ Yellow foods are high in antioxidants like vitamin C. Vitamin C keeps our teeth and gums healthy, helps to heal cuts, improves the mucus membranes (like when we have colds), helps to absorb iron, prevents inflammation, improves circulation, and therefore prevents heart disease. Some of the darker ones also cross over with the health benefits of orange foods.

Kitchen Witchery: RED ~ The phytochemicals in red foods are carotenoids and anthocyanins. One of the most abundant carotenoids is lycopene. Lycopene helps reduce damage from free radicals in your body, and it also prevents heart disease, cancer, prostrate problems, and reduces the skin damage from the sun. These red foods help memory function, urinary tract health, and make your heart healthy.

Kitchen Witchery: ORANGE ~ Carotenoids are the powerful phytochemical in orange foods, and they are what give the foods their color. Carotenoids repair DNA and help prevent cancer and heart disease, as well as strengthening our vision. These orange foods also give us the right amount of potassium and vitamin A, which keeps our eyes and skin healthy, and protects against infections. They are also known to boost the immune system because of the vitamin C content in many of them.

Kitchen Witchery: GREEN ~ Green fruits and vegetables have the phytochemicals sulforaphane and indoles, which both prevent cancer. They are also good for the circulatory system and have good vitamin B and minerals. Green vegetables also help with vision, and with maintaining strong bones and teeth. Some of the yellower green vegetables have carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin that help to prevent cataracts and eye disease, as well as osteoporosis.

Kitchen Witchery: BLUE/INDIGO/ VIOLET ~ These fruits and vegetables have great anti-aging properties and tons of antioxidants, specifically anthocyanins and phenolics. Some blue and purple fruits and vegetables are also high in vitamin C. Anything in this category will help improve circulation and prevent blood clots, so are great for the heart and can help prevent heart disease. They're also known to help memory function and urinary tract health, and to reduce free radical damage.

Mortar and Pestle.

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Parts n' Pieces.. Great web sight for supplies..

ah... drawers, shabby, eclectic... now we are getting there :-D

ah... drawers, shabby, eclectic... now we are getting there :-D