Could I suggest that it be added to the list of foods to avoid with more explicit labelling then?Nope, avoid leek part of onion family.
Since it explicitly says they aren't poisonous, it implies that onions and garlic just aren't very nutritious/ there are better food available. That's fairly different to something which must not be fed. But also one can't viably assume that if some of a family are unsuitable that all are because e.g. potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and deadly nightshade are all the same family.Garlic or pungent onions (will not poison pigs, )
I don't know what a hot onion is, but I enjoy raw garlic. However something being disliked for flavour reasons isn't the same as safety. Safety is what I was asking about I'll see what mine think about the green tops, since I have some in my fridge currently, thanks.
I wouldn't feed them leek just because I'm afraid it would stink their cage out, and possibly the piggies if they ate it.
I find I'm constantly having to research foods as on one website it says that a certain food is safe for them to eat and the next website it will say not to feed it as it's too high in something they cant have too much of. I could literally rip my hair out when it comes to feeding them veg.