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    Calling All Truffle-loving Chefs

    Added October 2, 2019 • Black Truffle Blog

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    A Nice Story about Truffle Flavour for Truffle-loving Chefs This story is about truffle flavour and aroma.Tuber melanosporum, aka Perigord Truffles, Black Truffles. ‘Black Gold’ or also ‘Diamonds in the kitchen’ are well known to you – so no introduction necessary. We state categorically that there is no substitute for fresh truffle. We know...

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    The Truth about Truffle Oil

    Added September 5, 2019 • Black Truffle Blog

    The Truth About Truffle Oil Truffle oil is considered, by most, a modern culinary ingredient used to impart the flavour and aroma of truffles to a dish. The ingredient is commonly used as a finishing oil in a variety of dishes, including truffle fries, pasta dishes, pizzas, and puréed foods such as mashed potatoes...

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    What you need to know about Australian Truffles

    Added August 18, 2019 • Black Truffle Blog

    Australian Truffles

    Taste Black Gold notes winter usually brings more negatives than positives. However, there is one positive that seems to make those negatives a little more bearable, ie: Australian black truffles. To the untrained eye/palette, the truffle can seem like nothing more than small ball of black fungus.  This may not warrant its price tag,...

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    Good news for ‘Vegies’

    Added August 10, 2017 • Black Truffle Blog

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    Although truffles and mushrooms are expensive, particularly truffles, there are now many more reasons to eat it apart from the truth that it is very exciting to eat a delicacy. One of these reasons is you are consuming truffles because these may bring you health benefits. Through the years, contentions have been hounding the...

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    Taste Black Gold Truffle Blog

    Added February 21, 2017 • Black Truffle Blog

    Welcome to Taste Black Gold’s Truffle Blog Here you will find the latest information from around the globe on the subject of black truffles and how they are being used to add exciting flavour and taste to restaurant cuisine from London to New York and Paris to Sydney.

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