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21 Sep 2007

REVOLUTION OF THRIFT ~ An Incitement from the Editors

What can we do about the materialistic runaway-train that drives many of the culturally and spiritually degrading views of modern society? For one, it is high time for us to let go of the destructive habits of consumerism. We must reclaim the thrifty mindset of yesterday in order to create a better tomorrow…and it all starts at home. …

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21 Sep 2007

Threshold Warding

Our thresholds have a strong bearing, spiritually speaking, on our entire house. What we do at this entry to our InnanGarth, our private sanctuary, is of vital importance to the strength of both ourselves and our surroundings. …

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21 Sep 2007

Kitchen Medicine & Magic ~ Roots

This second issue will attempt to uncover some of the roots buried in our Heathen Kitchens, for use in Medicine and Magic…at least the roots of underground vegetables. Roots were certainly well known kitchen ingredients before the age of fast foods and frozen dinners, but as Odin will tell you…“…no man knows from where…the roots run.” …

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21 Sep 2007

A True Lady of the Folk

To those already immersed in neo-Heathen culture, Diana L. Paxson hardly needs an introduction. To those just dipping their toes in, we are pleased to bring you a leading woman in the traditional Pagan movement. …

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21 Sep 2007

YULE HAM – Julskinka/Juleskinke

Here is a recipe for Jule Ham that takes only two weeks to brine and provides a nice “soup” into which the whole family can dip. …

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21 Sep 2007

Fermentation

Fermented food provides the body with probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria that started colonizing our bodies thousands of years ago. They also provide amino acids, vitamins and minerals, boost immunity, and help the body to digest, and absorb essential nutrients. They are detoxifying, and powerfully anticarcinogenic. …

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21 Sep 2007

GINGER CAKE

Here is a spicy ginger cake that you can serve year round, but tastes best in cold weather, during your winter festivities. …

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21 Sep 2007

GOULASH

Porkolt is a hot dish which originates in Hungary that we generally refer to as Goulash. Porkolt is derived from the Hungarian verb porkolni which means “to roast” or “to singe” the meat. …

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21 Sep 2007

FELINE FOOD

Making your own home made cat food may seem like a daunting endeavor at first. But with a relatively little amount of planning and effort you can create delicious and nutritious gourmet meals for your feline family members. …

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21 Sep 2007

CARROT CAKE

This cake tastes wonderful plain or with icing, and in fact one can be left plain and the other cut into two cakes horizontally and iced as a layer cake. …

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21 Sep 2007

Atop A Mountain

In the midst of fog Penetrated by moonlight, do I stand. …

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21 Sep 2007

Darradtharljodth (Song of the Spear)

~ Poem from Njal’s Saga referred to in “Were Valkyrie’s Real?” …

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21 Sep 2007

SLAW SALAD

Place cabbage in large glass, ceramic or plastic bowl and sprinkle with vinegar, mix well and let macerate for 5 minutes. …

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21 Sep 2007

Artwork Issue 2

LXVIII Cybele original cover art by Andrew King LXVIII Cybele original cover art by Andrew King

Death illustrateded by David V. D'Andrea Death illustrateded by David V. D’Andrea

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