CC Antya 8.53

“āji haite bhikṣā āmāra ei ta’ niyama
piṇḍā-bhogera eka cauṭhi, pāṅca-gaṇḍāra vyañjana
Synonyms: 
āji haite — from today; bhikṣā āmāra — My accepting prasādam; ei — this; ta’ — certainly; niyama — the rule; piṇḍā-bhogera — of Lord Jagannātha’s prasādam; eka cauṭhi — one-fourth of a pot; pāṅca-gaṇḍāra vyañjana — vegetables costing five gaṇḍās (one gaṇḍā equals four kauḍis).
Translation: 
“From today on it will be a rule that I shall accept only one-fourth of a pot of Lord Jagannātha’s prasādam and five gaṇḍās’ worth of vegetables.