CC Madhya 4.70

vanya śāka-phala-mūle vividha vyañjana
keha baḍā-baḍi-kaḍi kare vipra-gaṇa
Word for word: 
vanya śāka — spinach of the forest; phala — fruits; mūle — with roots; vividha — varieties; vyañjana — vegetables; keha — someone; baḍā-baḍi — baḍā and baḍi; kaḍi — from the pulp of dhal; kare — made; vipra-gaṇa — all the brāhmaṇas.
Translation: 
The vegetable preparations were made from various kinds of spinach, roots and fruits collected from the forest, and someone made baḍā and baḍi by mashing dhal. In this way the brāhmaṇas prepared all kinds of food.