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Edible floating pond plants?

 
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Does anyone know if there are edible pond plants which float on pond water (no need for having roots in sludge/dirt/soil)?
 
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Not all that convenient to eat: http://www.eattheweeds.com/duckweed/
 
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Water spinach (Ipomaea aquatica) is edible and delectable. Water hyacinth is also said to be edible although some people are allergic to it.
 
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