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Barbara Daca was born in the Appalachian Mountains on the edge of the Alleghany forest where herbs, folklore and medicines were plentiful. She is Generational Appalachian Mountain Witch of half British and half Dutch Amish heritage with a little Native American blood as well. Her books reflect her heritage and combine the aspects of Celtic, Amish, and Shaman in her Appalachian arts. Barbara Daca has a Masters Degree in Divinity and Religious studies. Barbara Daca is the proud parent of three incredible people. She has made a life long project of studying natural healing techniques and is well sought after for her healing salves and knowledge of ancient charms and potions. Barbara Daca is the owner of One Pot Witchery with her daughter, her nephew and two sisters. You can reach her on FaceBook as OnePot Witchery or Twitter @onepotwitchery, on her website: http://onepotwitchery.webs.com/ or see her personal profile on Witchvox.com/BarbaraDaca. She gladly welcomes all your comments and inquiries and will happily make time to answer any and all questions!
I love this book it is full of all sorts of interesting information fort he Kitchen Witch. Can't wait until she writes her next books!!!! Love you Barbs!Published 18 months ago by April Caudill
I love cookbooks and this one is a good one to use. Great ideas on what to make and use for your needs.Published on October 16, 2012 by Lucera
"Stone soup" for those in the craft is a great cookbook. It has some lore as well. I love the information and inclusion on herbs. Read morePublished on March 4, 2011 by Rosemary Reader
The title of this book is very misleading. It leads the reader to believe they are purchasing a book on Witchcraft. Read morePublished on October 30, 2008 by EileenDalla