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Pukusa, a wild garlic also known as kitopiro, gyouja ninniku(ギョウジャニンニク?, or ascetic garlic) and ainu-negi(アイヌネギ?, or ainu negi) in Japanese. Pukusa is very similar to wild leeks found in Canada and the United States in taste, texture and appearance.
ratashkep or rataskep (ラタシケプ) - described as a "stew" or "mixed and braised dish" made from multiple ingredients by Kayano and others. Another source described it as a special treat that used special ingredients
^ abHonda, Katsuichi (1905). Harukor: An Ainu Woman's Tale(preview). London: Methodist Publishing House. p. 123., saying ratashkep was a "snack" but used non-ordinary special ingredients to appeal to children, like "Amur cork nuts with Chinese millet flour and wild peas, or chestnuts and preserved salmon roe".