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ITAL - Ital, also spelled I-tal (), is food often celebrated by those in the Rastafari movement. It is compulsory in the Nyabinghi mansion though not in the...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|From Umbria: Abbr.|
|Type of type: Abbr.|
|Biased type, briefly|
|Slanty type: Abbr.|
|Type type: Abbr.|
|Like some type: Abbr.|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Inexpensive, salt-free, one-pot, pure, natural food, as developed and eaten by Rastafarians.|
|(in Rastafarian culture) organically grown vegetarian food, cooked without salt.|
|Ital, also spelled I-tal (), is food often celebrated by those in the Rastafari movement. It is compulsory in the Nyabinghi mansion though not in the Twelve Tribes of Israel or Remi mansions. The word derives from the English word "vital", with the initial "v" removed. This is done to many words in the Rastafari vocabulary to signify the unity of the speaker with all of nature. The expression of Ital eating varies widely from Rasta to Rasta, and there are few universal rules of Ital living.* The primary goal of adhering to an Ital diet is to increase Livity, or the life energy that Rastafari generally believe lives within all human beings, as conferred from the Almighty. A common tenet of Rastafari beliefs is the sharing of a central Livity among living things, and what is put into one's body should enhance Livity rather than reduce it. Though there are different interpretations of ital regarding specific foods, the general principle is that food should be natural, or pure, and from t|