CC Antya 10.17 (1975)
- 'sukutā' bali' avajñā nā kariha citte
- sukutāya ye sukha prabhura, tāhā nahe pañcāmṛte
sukutā—sukutā; bali'-because; avajñā—neglect; nā kariha—do not make; citte—within the mind; sukutāya—from sukutā; ye—which; sukha—happiness; prabhura—of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; tāhā—that; nahe—is not; pañcāmṛte—in pañcāmṛta.
Do not neglect sukutā because it is a bitter preparation. Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu derived more happiness from eating this sukutā than from drinking pañcāmṛta [a preparation of milk, sugar, ghee, honey and curd].