This still seems to be a popular thread, so I'll add my harvest, so far. Some of you might think that my diet is strange
Early spring, I began adding violet and garlic mustard leaves to my salads. I really enjoyed some boiled maple seeds for the first time (with butter and salt). Occasionally, I munched on the young maple leaves growing all over the yard. As they became available, I added purslane and lamb's quarters to my spinach salads. The spinach lasts for such a short time in the spring. Recently, I've been trying to devour all of the lettuce and mulberries.
I've had alot of turnip greens, which I like to eat cooked with beans (canned) and chopped green onions. I pull the onion sets that have sent up scapes early. Sometimes, I cook them in the juice of frozen tomatoes from last season with garlic and ground pepper. I've done the same with the kale, which I also like raw in salads and on sandwiches. Of course, I've had turnip roots, as well. I'm not a big fan of them, but since I grow them...
Most recently, I've been enjoying cooked stinging nettle, amaranth, and the first green beans to become large enough to harvest. I had to collect the stinging nettle from elsewhere as the seeds I sowed did not produce (probably not mature enough when collected). The purslane and lamb's quarters are in unlimited supply throughout the season.
Lots more to come! I can't wait to make dill pickles.
Oh, I forgot about the black mustard greens I added to my cooked turnip greens and kale.