So I watched a documentary on brain development and omega-3 and they spoke to a doctor on the island of Crete who gave an interesting speech on the high content of Omega-3 in the plant known as Purslane. They eat it in salads but interestingly their chickens also ate it which resulted in eggs which were very high in Omega-3.
I also came across it in my research as an archaeologist as something which Australian aboriginal people used to consume (including using the seeds for cakes) - so after all it is native to here as well (i'm wondering if it is the same variety? or if there are differences?)
Does anyone eat this regularly? What is the taste like? I am thinking of even growing some for the chickens I plan on having shortly.