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While you hone your cooking skills, make this rustic leek pie made with whole ingredients. This recipe is packed with nutrients. Sitting in a delicious crust made with whole wheat flour, it retains protein, fiber, and micronutrients that white flour lacks. Plus, it is made with all plant-based ingredients, like heart-healthy sesame oil, so even your vegan guests can enjoy it.Print
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