IRIE JAM PRODUCTION was born out of an innate and deep passion for reggae music and was set up by BROTHER IRIE in october 2006.
We are an outlet for all reggae artists and are determinated to spread the positive vibes all over the world. The emphasis of the label is strictly ROOTS REGGAE MUSIC and IRIE JAM PRODUCTION will not glorify or support any dancehall slackness or gunman tunes so prevalent in our society today.
Reggae music is dynamic and continuously evolving. We pride ourselves in our creativity, originality and positive vibes.
The producer of these riddims is BROTHER IRIE.
But before the music there was football...... After years of blazing up grass pitches with impressive skill and incredible goals, he has now re-directed his talents into the studio.
Each riddim gives a vibe.......... An irie vibe.
Conscious music is the healing of the nations, it is medication for the soul, so let us all use the right prescription.
May Jah's peace and joy for evermore be yours.
Who Jah bless, no one curse.
Be guided in Inity, peace and strength.
May Jah richly bless you and keep you in HIS unconditional love.
Rastas are generally adherents to a natural lifestyle. The Rasta way of living (livity) is generally referred to as Ital (it Ital, it vital). I suppose the nature of this could have derived from adversion to food changed by Babylon, but I think it is much more simple than that. Rastas simply want to exist on and with what Jah provides. There is a lot of sense in that, I think.
To some, living Ital means that one will only eat food that is organic and natural. Ital is generally a strict diet that is fairly difficult to accomplish, depending on one's views. Some refrain from dairy products, flesh, table salt (chemically created), etc. Others choose to eat white meat and fish, limiting themselves by the Old Testament dietary restrictions -- but much like Rasta itself, it depends on the person. One common theme throughout the Ital views, however, is nature. This includes nothing polluted with chemicals, or even packaged like foods in supermarkets. In the "civilized" West, this lifestyle is difficult to follow as there are unfortunately few places available to shop in this manner. Recent studies show that in the U.S.A., only around 1% of agricultural acreage is organic. That means that 99% of produce is riddled with potentially cancer-causing pesticides, herbicides, etc.
To help you make a step in a more natural and healty direction, here is a good site that can help you choose some natural products to escape from many of those babylon chemicals that make you sick.
... Of course it is not as cheap as the dollar store around the corner ... Just think about what is your health is worth? And your children?
The body, if taken care of properly, has a natural, built-in system to keep it healthy. In today's world, however, we are continually exposed to thousands of harmful chemicals and toxins found in what we drink, the foods we eat and the products we use on our skin. Daily exposure to these toxins can overload our system creating an unhealthy environment within the body, inhibiting its natural ability to function the way God designed it.
The body's natural ability to detoxify helps protect it from the harmful effects of toxic chemicals. We can assist the body in this process through detoxification baths, giving the body minerals, and adding lignans and greens to our diet. The body uses essential minerals, including potassium, clacium and magnesium to support a healthy environment for the cells to live in.
1/4 cup gungo peas 1 clove of garlic 1 green pepper escallion black pepper thyme, salt to taste 2 cups rice coconut milk or coconut [to make coconut milk]. Cut coconut in small pieces and blend in about 3 cups water in the blender, strain through a strainer to seperate the milk. Shop Now for Jamaican recipe ingredients & seasoning in our online store.
- Wash peas and soak in 2 cups of water. - Pour peas and water in a pot with coconut milk, garlic and put to boil. - Cook peas until tender adding more water if necessary. - When peas are cooked add salt, whole pepper, black pepper, thyme, & escallion. - Let season simmer. - Wash rice if necessary, then add to pot. Use a fork to mix everything together. - Cook on a low fire until done.
Ingredients: 1/4 cup chickpea flour 3/4 cup water salt to taste pepper to taste 1 onion 1 or 2 potatoes (depends how hungry you are) 1 broccoli stalk (or other vegetable; You can experiment) 1 tsp olive oil
Directions: This recipe sounds kind of gross, but you have to make it to appreciate how wonderful it is. Make a mixture with water and chickpea flour in such a proportion to get an 'egg-like' batter. Start with 1/2 cup of water, add the chickpea flour, stirring constantly, and progressively increase the amount of water and chickpea flour until you get about 1 cup of batter. The amounts I have indicated above are approximate. Season it with salt and pepper. Boil the potatos 'al-dente', then slice. In a pan, stir-fry the onion (sliced) in 1 TSP. of olive oil. Add the sliced potatos and stir until golden. Add the broccoli florets and pour the batter along the vegetables. Put a lid on top and simmer until the bottom is golden, then turn (a plate can help - if the pan is non-stick it will make the turn a lot easier) and cook the other side. Serve hot or cold.