These nearly ubiquitous, often evergreen vines are almost entirely edible outside of their berries. Try their tender tendrils. :wink:
The green parts of these climbing, often thorny, parallel-veined plants are edible as long as they are tender. Try nibbling the tendrils, arising from leaf axils. Root starch as flour, thickener, or diluted for a refreshing drink.
A low-growing “trefoil” weed of lawns and disturbed, nitrogen-poor soil, distinguished by its tiny hop-like yellow flower clusters, pointed tips on each leaflet, and the terminal leaflet on a longer stalk or petiole