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Truffles reproduce through their spores, contained in a little sack known as the ascus. The spores of the black truffle are spiny. A sure way to identify a true truffle from a fake one is by looking at the spores through a microscope.
I left France 15 years ago for the Silicon Valley.Let me state it clearly, it's not for culinary reasons that I moved ...
Food is so important to us French people!
I miss so much the taste of those black truffles we grow at home!
Hmmmmmm, that truffle omelette with a good bottle of Château Gruaud-Larose (it's a Bordeaux "Grand Cru"). Felt like home!!! Thank you wwww.truffes.com , thank you so much.
Count on it, I'll be back soon!
— Jacques, Palo Alto, CA
black truffle oil is great;
subtle + sophisticated AND ... so easy to use!
a home run if you want to make an impression
— Clyde Designs
Like all mushrooms, truffles lack of chlorophyll and rely on symbiosis for survival. Biologically, they are considered as “heterotrophic
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