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How to write ‘chinese truffle’ in a restaurant?


Easy, by its name! A few days ago, in a trip to the south of France, in the city of Orange (BTW, amazing roman theater!!!) I could read the menu you see in the picture. And I was pleasantly surprised, … Continue reading

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Truffle growing in China


Last week a story appeared in a Chinese newspaper on the first truffles grown in this country, although it is an interesting paper, the news is not entirely true, since truffles have been grown in China since a few years … Continue reading

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Chinese truffles


Mainly in seasons like this one, when there’s no truffle in our forests, should be when chinese “rub their hands”. It will be interesting to see how many tons of chinese truffles will be exported and at what prices. Probably … Continue reading

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Truffle industry in China


I read an interesting news about the truffle industry in China and remind me when I was there on 2007, and it seems things have not changed pretty much. Tuber indicum, is just one of the five chinese species of … Continue reading

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