I'm thinning the turnip row and eating these baby sized ones as 'radishes'.
Having to eat up the lettuce while still small as it's trying to run to seed. A lot of it is bitter and not at all pleasant so going straight in the compost bin.
Courgettes are another veg I'm picking young and tender rather than waiting for the marrow-sized
...and peas - though these are sugarsnap/mangetout peas intended to be eaten small
These are there more grown-up relatives
Tiny cauliflowers picked before they too burst, and the merest sprig of broccoli
The small cherry tomatoes are ripening but it takes a lot to fill a sandwich.
Not so small - broad beans.
and small alpine strawberries that are still fruiting even though the larger types have finished
and small grapes, accidentally cut off when I was pruning the vine. I have found a use for them though - in salsa, with cucumber and cherry tomatoes.