Bunchberry Berries (Cornus Canadensis) in Ontario berries have mild taste. berries have hard/crunchy central seed, which is edible. plant can be found in foothills and montane regions. warning: unripe berries can cause stomach cramps.
I have been eating a small amount ( 6 or 8 leaves ) of raw purslane each day for about 2 months now. I have Fibromyalgia. This has helped relieve some of the aches and helped a great deal with the "Brain Fog" associated with Fibro. the plant is very high in omega-3-fatty acids and quite tasty!
Weed - Google search Creeping Charlie and you will get a plethora of websites that offer suggestions how to kill this "invasive" weed; yet if you truly want to get rid of it, eat it! For centuries Creeping Charlie has been praised as a nutritious edible plant that's loaded with vitamin C. This powerful wild edible has a multitude of health benefits and tastes great in a salad.
Weed - Chickweed is an annual wild edible that grows in many locations and as hardy as it is, chickweed is quite delicate. This is an easy-to-grow plant that’s healthy to eat and it produces flowers throughout the growing season even in hot, dry conditions. Chickweed is multi-functional because its presence decreases insect damage to other plants. This plant has a lot of health benefits and is full of vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients.
Carrion Flower Berries (Smilax Herbacea) in Ontario. Edible berries remain on plant throughout winter. Young shoots/leaves edible raw. Tuber can be roasted, ground into flour. Plant is a thornless climbing vine or tangled bush. Flowers smell bad with rotten odour.
Musk Mallow (Malva Moschata) in Ontarioleaves are edible raw. young leaves are more tender and less bitter than older leaves. young shoots are edible raw. leaves are suitable as a soup thickener. seeds are edible raw. seeds have a palatable, nut-like flavour. flower buds and flowers are edible. fruits are edible. grows in meadows, roadsides, disturbed sites and gardens.