I read somewhere that this term is offensive? what exactly does it mean?
To me, KitchenWitchery is just another form of Low Magick (as opposed to High Magick). A KitchenWitch, like myself, will use the same knife to Cast her Circle as she did to cut up to meat and veggies and herbs for the stew. She has no need for pomp and circumstance...her apron is her ceremonial robe. We weave prayers and spells into the dinners we make for our families. KItchenWitches will often grow gardens and give offerings to the Great Mother via the compost heap.
My guess as to why it is/was considered an "insult" is that it must come from the High Magick Practitioners as they tend to be rather sanctimonious. Not to mention the Christian Propoganda.
Answer by MamaK88 at 3:24 PM on Aug. 30, 2010
Never heard that it was offensive before. But a kitchen Witch is a path of witchcraft that focus'son healing, cooking and more of the physical creative aspects in craft work. So her tools are in the kitchen, her crafting is in the kitchen, and she never burns water or scorches her pots and her meals always come out on time and delicious. :)
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