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Good Eden

THE PLACE WHERE WE FIND NOURISHMENT; WHERE WE EAT, HAVE COFFEE, JUICE, COMPLEMENT OUR PANTRY WITH SELECTED CLEAN & HOUSEMADE PRODUCTS & LOCAL FARE, BUY GIFTS, TAKE A BOTTLE OF FIRE CIDER OR KOMBUCHA.

OUR STORY

Hi! We’re Liliana and Goshi. We’re crazy about food, but not so much about animal cruelty, waste, and ingredients that are harmful to our health.

Goshi grew up vegetarian (that’s right, he’s never tasted meat), in Mississippi into Krsna consciousness, assisting his Malaysian/South Indian mom and aunt in the kitchen, learning all the right flavors and techniques of classic Indian cuisine. He’s a hell of a drummer and singer. He’s also patient, kind and the energy that keeps this place grounded, as opposed to Liliana, a firey sign, that although did not grow up vegetarian, is now. Born and raised in Mexico City, into a Mexican/Irish family where the kitchen and food were always the heart of the house and family. Learning from a number of family members many types of flavors, ingredients, and traditions.

She dealt with a lot of health issues at 27, and by intuition decided to do major shifts in her diet. This led Liliana into studying nutrition, plant-based culinary and herbalism, which shifted made her learn how to heal through pure foods and herbs that are suited better for our bodies, and wanted to create a space for others who also deal with allergies, intolerances. or simply are looking for clean vital foods, but still want to eat deliciously.

Both Goshi and Liliana believe in using ingredients that are 100% plant-based and stay away from processed foods. We also get as much of our produce locally and grow some things here and there. But really, what we enjoy the most and how we got into cooking is the sense of happiness and wellbeing it brings to others. Especially when we know we’re offering nourishing foods that love you back.

Community Through

Concious Food

Good Karma was opened in 2014, by Sughosh (better known as Goshi) Berg serving Prasad: food offered to God. Based in Ahimsa, the principle of nonviolence.

Since it first opened, GK has gone through many transitions and growth. From different partners and offerings, but the core of its cuisine has stayed the same: to serve kitchen medicine and nourish the body and soul