Did you know that every type of witch follows a diet linked to its characteristics and specifically designed to enhance its magic and practice? Let’s take a look at the food suggested for white witches.
As you may know by now, there are different types of witchcraft, different types of magical practices, and, it goes without saying, different types of witches.
I was always fascinated by the great variety of witches that populate the magical community, and, for this reason, I approached the world of witchcraft in a transversal way to better understand various aspects of a witch’s life beyond the practices, rituals, and spells that every type of witch prefers.
A subject that always has interested and intrigued me is the special nutrition for white witches.
Recommended Foods for a White Witches
A white witch is a type of witch who dedicates her art to white magic.
They’re all about helping others and making one’s life and that of others more harmonious and peaceful.
Her diet is a diet based on neutral, simple foods that are of light colors.
Chromotherapy for a witch is fundamental, and even if you only see light foods and muted tones on the table, it helps you get in tune with your magical practice.
So let’s see what foods are preferred by a white witch
Garlic is a spice widely used in the kitchen and much loved by white witches. They use it in their recipes (but also in their spells) as a protective spice that wards off evil spirits and manages to keep negative energies at bay.
Bread is one of the simplest and most nutritious foods to bring to the table. A white witch loves bread for its simplicity and for the possibility of preparing it alone at home.
They sometimes also add special spices and herbs, and make a loaf of bread not only tasty to eat but also a wonderful remedy to protect yourself from potential energy vampires.
Milk is a drink loved by white witches for its whiteness and its relationship with motherhood and femininity.
Milk brings it everything back to the origins, to the first moments of our lives, after birth.
Milk is, therefore, an excellent drink, not only nutritious but full of symbolism, so dear to a white witch.
For white witches who do not like cow’s milk or who do not digest it, there is no reason to suffer as there are variants of milk-like drinks such as soy drinks.
Nourishing, light, and apparently very similar to regular milk, this drink is fantastic for being enriched with spices like cinnamon, a drop of honey, and much more, for preparing tasty magic drinks to prevent diseases and reconnect to the ancestral purity linked to milk.
Rice is another elementary but versatile food to bring to the table to make numerous tasty recipes but also for their great magical symbolism.
In fact, rice is a food linked to the world of abundance and wealth, and its white color makes it ideal in tune with a white witch and her magic.
Rice, in addition to being an excellent side dish, is often used to make numerous spells, especially the money spells.
Fennel is one of the favorite vegetables of a white witch. Very healthy, they are perfect both to eat raw and cooked and, by their nature, they are the perfect middle ground between earthly food and air food.
Their light green color, due to its veins, helps a white witch to connect with the earth and its magic in a simple and effective way.
A white witch, among the foods she loves, definitely loves eggs.
It’s an excellent ingredient for many recipes, and it’s also symbolically linked to reproduction and fertility, perfect to eat before casting a spell.
A white witch also loves sweets! Obviously, as long as they’re simple desserts such as panettone (in my case) and sweet based on light flours, aromas, and some fruit.
Moreover, a white witch loves to give her sweet recipes to the people she knows and to whom she holds her by her selfless and generous spirit.
A white witch is, therefore, a witch who prefers versatile and straightforward tastes, and what she brings to the table often turns out to be also an excellent ingredient for her fantastic spells and rituals.
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