Northern Bushcraft - Foraging in the Pacific Northwest. The following guides are for identifying wild edible plants, edible mushrooms, seaweed, and other edibles in the Pacific Northwest, including British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, and the Rocky Mountains.
5 Double Duty Plants for Small Gardens: Ornamental & Edible Gardening
Common mallow -- Malva neglecta- A nutritious edible plant (zone 3-8). " All parts of the mallow plant are edible -- the leaves, the stems, the flowers, the seeds, and the roots (it's from the roots that cousin Althaea gives the sap that was used for marshmallows)."
purslane While considered an obnoxious weed in the United States, purslane can provide much needed vitamins and minerals in a wilderness survival situation. Ghandi actually numbered purslane among his favorite foods. It’s a small plant with smooth fat leaves that have a refreshingly sour taste. Purslane grows from the beginning of summer to the start of fall. You can eat purslane raw or boiled. If you’d like to remove the sour taste, boil the leaves before eating.