(Pic from Wikipedia Commons.)
Ice plant is truly digusting raw, but can be thinly sliced and pickled - and is not too bad that way.
I've also received this great advice from Greg Bennett of the NZ Dunes Trust:
When the flower dies off, pick the receptacle, and carefully squeeze it. A pinkish liquid will ooze out - this is very sweet and delicious, you will be addicted!!
Ice plant links:
Blog post about coastal foraging
Plants for a Future database
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