What can you tell me about Purslane?
I put in a veggie garden at my In-law's place this Spring and the plot was immediately overun with Purslane. Since I had read somewhere that Purslane was edible, and on tasting it, discovered it quite pleasant, I let the stuff grow. My Father-in-law teases me about my garden full of "weeds", but I found on the web that Purslane contains more Omega 3 than Spinach, and is also rich in Vitamin C. I just wondering if any of you folks have any other information about Purslane? Does it have other medicinal qualities? Is there a good way to preserve it for future use when Summer is over? Kathy