Precious white truffle

Harvested from October to December, it has an exquisite perfume and an exceptionally intense, pleasant taste. It is not cooked, and must be consumed within a few days after purchase. Our truffles are delivered within 24/48 hours in Europe, 72 hours for the USA

How to Preserve White Truffles
Wrap each truffle separately in absorbent paper and store them in a closed jar. Change the paper when it becomes damp. Keep fresh truffles in the refrigerator in the vegetable tray (at 2°-3° centigrade, 35°-37° Fahrenheit). The truffles will remain fresh for a maximum of 4 to 6 days. When you are ready to use them, wash them carefully with water and a brush, and dry them with paper.
Preservation for a longer time
Slice the truffle and mix it with soft salted butter then put it in the deep-freezer. You can store it for 1 year.

Spring White Truffle

Harvested from January to April, it has a characteristic, garlicky and strong aroma, vaguely like the Precious White, and an agreeable taste. Like the Precious White, it must be eaten uncooked, and it is frequently added to pasta like tortellini, soups, passatelli in broth. Our truffles are delivered within 24/48 hours in Europe, 72 hours for the USA

How to Preserve White Truffles
Wrap each truffle separately in absorbent paper and store them in a closed jar. Change the paper when it becomes damp. Keep fresh truffles in the refrigerator in the vegetable tray (at 2°-3° centigrade, 35°-37° Fahrenheit). The truffles will remain fresh for a maximum of 4 to 6 days. When you are ready to use them, wash them carefully with water and a brush, and dry them with paper.
Preservation for a longer time
Slice the truffle and mix it with soft salted butter then put it in the deep-freezer. You can store it for 1 year.

Precious Black Truffle

Harvested from December to March, it has an aromatic, fruity scent, not very strong but agreeable. Because of its excellent flavor, it is also called the "Sweet Black". It can be used uncooked in all dishes but we suggest a quick heating to intensify its perfume. It is used in many international dishes, such as stuffings, meat baked in foil, and terrines. Our truffles are delivered within 24/48 hours in Europe, 72 hours for the USA

How to Preserve Black Truffles
Wrap each truffle separately in absorbent paper and store them in a closed jar. Change the paper when it becomes damp. Keep fresh truffles in the refrigerator in the vegetable tray (at 2°-3° centigrade, 35°-37° fahrenheit). The truffles will remain fresh for a maximum of 4 to 6 days. When you are ready to use them, wash them carefully with water and a nailbrush, and dry them with paper.
Preservation for a longer time:
Whole truffles: freeze truffles after having cleaned and dried them. When you want to use them, slice them very quickly before they are completely defrosted. Sliced truffles: see cooking instructions below and then freeze the truffle. You can store it up to 2 years in the deepfreezer. Cooking instructions: slice the cleaned truffle. Put the slices into a frying pan with a little olive oil, a clove of garlic, and a pinch of salt. Warm for about 1min.

Summer Black Truffle

Harvested from June to August, it has a sweet, earthy scent, with a pleasant flavor. We suggest a quick heating in olive oil with a clove of garlic. It is very good with fish, meat baked in foil, or in stuffing. When you preserve it in the freezer with butter or olive oil, the Scorzone scent concentrates, producing an aromatic sauce that can be used to create extraordinary dishes. Our truffles are delivered within 24/48 hours in Europe, 72 hours for the USA

How to Preserve Black Truffles
Wrap each truffle separately in absorbent paper and store them in a closed jar. Change the paper when it becomes damp. Keep fresh truffles in the refrigerator in the vegetable tray (at 2°-3° centigrade, 35°-37° fahrenheit). The truffles will remain fresh for a maximum of 4 to 6 days. When you are ready to use them, wash them carefully with water and a nailbrush, and dry them with paper.
Preservation for a longer time:
Whole truffles: freeze truffles after having cleaned and dried them. When you want to use them, slice them very quickly before they are completely defrosted. Sliced truffles: see cooking instructions below and then freeze the truffle. You can store it up to 2 years in the deepfreezer. Cooking instructions: slice the cleaned truffle. Put the slices into a frying pan with a little olive oil, a clove of garlic, and a pinch of salt. Warm for about 1min.

The truffle

Truffles have been considered delicacies since time immemorial. The Romans prized them, praised them, and used them in various dishes. They have been celebrated by poets and writers, and the wealthy and powerful have always demanded truffles for their tables. But their origin and nature remained a mystery until the nineteenth centurs.The truffle is an example of nature's fantasy and perfection. It is a mushroom that is the result of mychorhiza, the symbiotic association of the mycelium of a fungus with the roots of certain plants. Michorhiza allows the fungus's hyphas (mycelium filaments) to reach and use the carbohydrates obtained by the plant's photosynthesis and stored up in its roots. Mychorhiza provides benefits to the host plant in the following ways: - By using the carbohydrates stored up in the plant, it reduces the possible attack from pathogenics; - A physical barrier is created against the mycelium parasite; -It helps protect the microorganism's development in the rhizosphere, the soil that surrounds the roots of the plant; - It produces hormones beneficial to the host plant's growth, and secretes antibiotics; - It multiplies the roots' branches and increases their absorbant surfaces;- It dissolves and facilitates the absorption of nutrients, especially phosphorus.

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COMPOSITION
75%
Water
8%
Protein
7%
Lioides
6%
Cellulose

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