Very old recipes
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AdoramusTeChriste Wrote:
Quote: The first time I ate placenta was after a very powerful birthing.
 
LOL. What birth isn't "powerful?" Does that make this placenta better? Ugh!

 
Well, of COURSE it does! The "womyn-meat" is a magickal, mysterious thing that just screams out to the goddess in every womyn, and the more powerful the birthing (one must never say just "birth"; it's not witchy enough!), the more powerful the womyn-flesh! Think of how it was described by the dear sister-womyn in the article! "This meat still felt very much alive to me as I began to slice it and saute it in garlic and oil" ... "The serenity in the meat enveloped me as it cooked, and I recalled the birthing." SIGH and SWOON! The sacred sacrificial womyn-womb-meat gave life for nine months and begs to give life once more -- preferably to Berkely vegetarians! I want to rub the placenta all over my body as I romp, sky-clad, in my backyard under a full Harvest Moon! I want to sing and leap and express my wolf-womyn-magick-crone-circle-spirit by wearing a purple, placenta-shaped hat! Solidarity! O, blessed be, blessed be!
 
Quote:I had 4 homebirths and I never once had the urge to eat the afterbirth like a mama cat! Gross! One of my midwives had tried it - she said it tasted like heart.
 
The womyn-womb IS the heart of the womyn, so the similarity in taste is no surprise! No surprise at all! The woooooooooomb is the secret chamber that cries monthly with a sacred issue that one can use to make beautiful artwork! The womb is genius, life and beauty! It is truth! Just be sure to use a lot of pepper.
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Very old recipes - by AdoramusTeChriste - 09-18-2005, 11:29 PM
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