CC Antya 6.256

keha yadi deya, tabe karaye bhakṣaṇa
kabhu upavāsa, kabhu karaye carvaṇa”
Word for word: 
keha — someone; yadi — if; deya — offers; tabe — then; karaye bhakṣaṇa — he eats; kabhu — sometimes; upavāsa — fasting; kabhu — sometimes; karaye carvaṇa — he chews.
Translation: 
“He eats if someone gives him something to eat. Sometimes he fasts, and sometimes he chews fried grains.”