Leeks have a flavor that is milder than an onion, with a slight sweetness. They are often used as a herb or flavoring agent, but can also be served whole as a vegetable. Leeks are commonly stir-fried together with meat.
Leeks are a rich source of vitamins B6 and K, as well as iron, manganese, and dietary fiber. Leeks are high in the nutrient folate, which is beneficial for women, especially during pregnancy. Leeks also contain insulin and sulfur which help protect cells and reduce bad cholesterol respectively.
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