"My grandmother loved breadfruit. For years, I thought Ulu had to be cooked in the ashes of a fire, wrapped in foil or ti leaf, so that the edges burned just a little and the insides were chewy and brown." - The Breadfruit Cookbook.
"Artefacts have also surfaced, making suggestions about how people lived in Nuvuk. Here, a body holds an ulu, a traditional knife used for taking blubber from whale carcasses; there, a grave gives up weights from a bolus which would have been used to hunt birds." - 'Bodies Point To Alaska's Past', Richard Black, BBC website 31 Dec 2007.