Add a little magic to every element of your life—from food to beauty to healthcare.
Respectful of natural elements and cycles, the modern witch (men included) makes every effort to find the benefits in each ingredient he or she uses. In this magical recipe book, you can find natural recipes for delicious foods, tonics, masks, and ointments. These recipes are not only fantastic and fun to eat and use, but also boost immunity, longevity, energy, and even fertility. Each ingredient is used to its full potential to help you achieve optimal health, prevent pains, fight blue days, boost energy, purify the body, cleanse skin, and more! Included are recipes such as:
Mushroom Pie for Immunity
Soothing Chicken with Sweet Potato Mash
St. Jacques Scallops for Fertility
Mini Beef Parmentiers for Anemia
Moon Macarons for Dreaming
Anti-Inflammatory Golden Milk
Green Mask of Youth
This fantastical collection combines a respect for nature with indulgent (and healing) pleasures. With generous recipes, potion-drinks, body masks, and other beauty cares, you can learn about the witch’s way of life in The Natural Witch’s Cookbook!!
About the Author
Grace McQuillan has translated the works of Andreï Makine, Stéphane Allix, and has received a French Voices Award for her translation of Le Crieur de Nuit by Nelly Alard. Her work has also appeared in The Brooklyn Rail and PBS NewsHour. Originally from New Jersey, she now lives in Nevis.
“Stuffed onions filled with anti-inflammatory magic, roasted veal infused with powers of joy, this is a whimsical book of recipes for emancipated women and witches set free. Perfectly in line with the spirit of the times!” —Elisabeth Quin, Madame Figaro
“Plants and food in their purest forms and the vitamins and minerals they bring play important roles in the human body. Eating isn’t just about feeding ourselves. With this book, we learn how to balance the four elements of nature (earth, water, air, and fire) to optimize the benefits offered by each different ingredient.” —Alsace magazine
“Enchanting recipes that both heal and bring pleasure.” —Meditation magazine