I can see wild vegetable, "fuki no tou" in front of my apartment this year again. Fuki no tou is called "Butterbur sprout" in English. It tastes little bitter and smell nice. some people eat it by Tempura. This bitterness is good for your liver. I cooked "fuku miso" today. just chopped fuki no tou and fry up with salad oil for minutes and added miso, mirin, sake, and some sugar. This time, I also added grated garlic and shitimi pepper(seven flavor chili pepper). It tastes miso, the bitter of the wild vegetable, sweet, and little hot. It goes together with rice!! You can also dip it on chicken, boiled vegetable(example Daikon and Konnyaku). It would be wonderful.