Oregon White Truffles

Oregon White Truffles</h1><br>November-February

Oregon white truffles also grow in the forests of the Pacific Northwest during the winter months, but they are distinctly different in aroma and flavor than the Oregon Black Truffle. The white truffle is smaller than the black truffle and has an almost benzene-like aroma that is very penetrating.

It is best when used in recipes containing dairy products such as cream sauces or cream soups. Truffles should not be peeled, but instead well scrubbed to ensure that all grit and dirt is removed from the crevices of the truffles. Plan carefully when ordering your truffles in order to use them as soon as possible after delivery; their great aromatic qualities diminish fairly quickly during storage.

The Oregon truffle season is from November through February.

Retail customers, look for our fresh and dried mushrooms and spring greens in Minnesota and the Midwest at Coborn'sCashwiseCub FoodsWhole Foods Markets and Kowalski's Markets.

You can also buy dried mushrooms through our online shop. We offer 14 varieties of mushrooms, four blends, and porcini and portabella powders. Shipping is free on $75 orders. Visit our online shop here.

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