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About Krishna Kitchen
When we’re not cooking up
a storm at Music Festivals & other events you’ll find the crew of Krishna Kitchen working hard to make the world a better place.

A Tribute to Nitai

In loving memory of Nitai das (Elisha Drury), founder of Krishna Kitchen, who passed away on January 31, 2012. Nitai originally started his project as Krishna Camp in 2006 when he and his crew were working hard to bring delicious vegetarian food to festival goers at Burning Man and various Rainbow Gatherings. Then in 2007 Krishna Kitchen emerged as a professional organization dedicated to providing healthy, gourmet vegan food. Nitai enthusiastically devoted all of his energy to Krishna Kitchen year round. His good-natured, friendly countenance and sociable personality endeared him to the many people with whom he worked.
He will be dearly missed by all of his acquaintances, friends and loved ones.
Picture: Nitai (right) with his friend Advaita at Burning Man

Nitai Das and Advaita

'Envision' Costa Rica Festival Menu PDF Print E-mail

Breakfast Prasadam

  • fresh fruit, granola, uppma, power balls, herbal tea

Lunch Prasadam

  • raw salad with sprouted whole mung beans ( + dressings: papaya/ginger, olive oil/avocado, tomato/olive oil)
  • a different vegetable dish (kofta ball in tomato sauce or chickpea eggplant and potato in curry sauce or pasta with stir fry veggies)
  • cauliflower and pea samosa with tamarin chutney
  • veggie kebabs
  • potato pakoras in Yamuna's fennel flavored tomato chutney
  • Basmati and Brown Rice
  • Halava with Tropical Fruit ( it's summertime in Costa Rica!!)
  • Herbal Tea
  • Nitai's walnut powdered milk sweet (burfy)
 

2013 Featured Events

LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE
July 11th - 15th
Lake Skinner, Temecula, CA
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WANDERLUST CALIFORNIA
July 18th - 21st
Squaw Valley, North Lake Tahoe, CA
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SYMBIOSIS GATHERING
September 19th - 23rd
Woodward Reservoir
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BURNING MAN
August 26th - September 2nd
BRC, Nevada
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BHAKTI FEST
September 5th - 8th
Joshua Tree Retreat Center
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Prasadam?

Prasadam is our exchange of gratitude with the Divine or Krishna. We receive food as a gift from Krishna and in return we prepare delicious meals to offer back to Him in appreciation. When Krishna accepts this gift it is considered prasadam - a blessing or grace which brings us into direct spiritual union with His Divine association.