SulaRuta, also known as sula are a staple protein of Jhoutaioan dining. They are sedentary herbivores. Incubators may still trigger aggression and territorial behavior, and are not allowed within city limits.
Sula are best purchased fresh from a butcher for same-day consumption. Homesteaders keep a pens of 20-30 in rotation for year-round eating. Their meat is highly savory, buttery, and slightly bitter. It is most frequently compared to shellfish and beef.