I'm growing Island Celery (Apium insulare)
which is perennial, and I usually gnaw on a leaf a day. My home-made yoghurt has strawberry gum leaf added. Two or three times a week I'll have some kangaroo meat. About once a week I make a pot of River Mint (Mentha australis)
or Aniseed Myrtle tea. Apart from the occasional use of Mountain Pepper leaf or native spinach (also from the garden) at dinnertime, and Outback Spirit's Wild Rosella jam, that's about it for me. I discovered some Tasmanian Bush Pepper cheese at the supermarket, but they've since stopped selling it.
I eat them coz I like the taste and only have my own tastebuds to consider at the moment. The plants are hardy and easy to grow in my little garden. In the past I've also had Lemon Myrtle and Round-leaf Mint Bush (Prostanthera rotundifolia)
, and used them for flavouring. Hmm, it's about time I bought some replacement plants! Thanks for the memory jog