CC Antya 6.317

sei bhāta raghunātha rātre ghare āni’
bhāta pākhāliyā phele ghare diyā bahu pāni
Word for word: 
sei bhāta — that rejected rice; raghunātha — Raghunātha dāsa; rātre — at night; ghare āni’ — bringing home; bhāta — the rice; pākhāliyā — washing; phele — throws; ghare — at home; diyā — putting; bahu pāni — much water.
Translation: 
At night Raghunātha dāsa would collect that decomposed rice, bring it home and wash it with ample water.