Product Information
500g. Class 1. Like garlic and onion, leeks are a member of the allium family but have their own distinct flavour – quite harsh when raw (only very young leeks are eaten this way) but, when cooked, very delicate, like a mild onion with a hint of sweetness. Two-thirds of their length is white and firm, and this is the part that is mainly eaten. The rest is made up of the leaves, most of which are discarded. Leeks are very versatile and work well cooked in various recipes or as a side dish. Two of the world’s most famous soups, Scotland’s cock-a-leekie and France’s crème vichyssoise, are based around them.

Disclaimer
Keep refrigerated.

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Austen’s box building facility can at any time contain the likes of celery, lettuce and nuts. Due to the fact that we re-use our boxes with the same customers it is unlikely that any form of cross-contamination can occur, if you do have an allergy. However, while we do everything in our power to ensure this page is up-to-date, all product information (re: ingredients) is subject to change. Albeit unlikely, we recommend reading all labels throughly ahead of consuming any item.

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