Have you tried pea shoots? How about sunflower? Shoots are the early growth of the plant at just a few days after sprouting. That's why you'll most likely find them out only around this time of year, when farmers are just getting their plants growing. They have tender, sweet leaves and a crunchy stem. And, yup, it's all edible. What's really cool about these shoots is that they taste very much like peas and sunflower seeds, but in a fraction of the time it would take for the whole plant to grow. Even better is that they're super high in nutrients.
So how do you eat them? Easy. On and with anything. Like me, you can stack them on your favorite sandwiches or also like me - with eggs. They're excellent in a salad or as a salad all their own. Or if you'd like to cook them, try sauteing with garlic and a little soy sauce. A stir fry would be perfect too. However you choose to enjoy them, just make sure you do so soon - they won't be around for long!