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The Author Profile: Gregor Altman is a longtime student and willing participant of explorations in exotic cultures and cuisines. He has gravitated to those which make use of hot spices and medicinal botanicals. Recent involvements include managing a natural food producer in New Mexico, and volunteering at a community supported agriculture (CSA) farm on Long Island, New York. He can be reached at gregornyc@earthlink.net.

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Ital Grove September 2004




JahWorks.org is a web-based project dedicated to portray Caribbean and African-based music and culture with accuracy and integrity, while upholding the values of truth, equality, justice, honesty, and tolerance.






Notes from the Ital Grove: January 2004




JahWorks.org is a web-based project dedicated to portray Caribbean and African-based music and culture with accuracy and integrity, while upholding the values of truth, equality, justice, honesty, and tolerance.











On the Streets of Bahia, Brazil: Olodum




JahWorks.org is a web-based project dedicated to portray Caribbean and African-based music and culture with accuracy and integrity, while upholding the values of truth, equality, justice, honesty, and tolerance.











Ital Grove: Notes from the Ital Grove




Welcome back! For starters, I’d like to address the lighter side of the controversial plant we are all are familiar with, cannabis, a.k.a. hemp. The legal status of hemp seed in the United Status is somewhat of a mixed blessing. It is legal to import and sell hemp seed, but only if it has been […]






Notes from the Ital Grove: Nutrition and Healthy Living




JahWorks.org is a web-based project dedicated to portray Caribbean and African-based music and culture with accuracy and integrity, while upholding the values of truth, equality, justice, honesty, and tolerance.











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Gregor Altman is a longtime student and willing participant of explorations in exotic cultures and cuisines. He has gravitated to those which make use of hot spices and medicinal botanicals. Recent involvements include managing a natural food producer in New Mexico, and volunteering at a community supported agriculture (CSA) farm on Long Island, New York. He can be reached at gregornyc@earthlink.net.

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