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Fresh Black Perigord Truffle – Order before Monday 4pm

$15 g

The Perigord black truffle (tuber melanosporum) has a much stronger flavour than the Autumn and Summer black truffle varieties. Highly prized for its strong aroma and wonderful taste, the Perigord black can be cooked without losing any of its earthy, nutty flavour. This is a great truffle to cook with as the delicious flavour is enhanced and adds great depth to dishe

Origin: We source from  Spain

How to clean and keep fresh truffles

The truffles we deliver are so fresh, they may still have a fine covering of soil or sand from when they were first unearthed. Washing them under a cold tap for a few seconds, then drying them gently, won’t affect the truffle’s flavour.

We advise to consume our fresh truffles within 3 days of receiving.

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Latin name: Tuber melanosporum
Packaging: special packaging
Recommended weight: 15g per person
Storage: We deliver White Truffle in a special packaging, when you receive it you need to : – Put the truffle in a new wrapping paper and put it in a closed box in the fridge. Change the wrapping paper 2 to 3 times a day. OR  Throw the wrapping paper and place the truffle in a closed box filled with uncooked rice, in the fridge.Once they have been gently cleaned, wrap each truffle individually in a fresh sheet of kitchen paper towel. Place the wrapped truffles in a clean, airtight plastic or glass container, such as a flip-top jar with a tight seal.
Change the paper towel every morning and re-wrap the truffles. Put them back in their container and refrigerate, repeating the process until you are ready to use themWe suggest keeping fresh truffles in the coolest part of the fridge, ideally at 1 to 2°C, but be careful not to freeze them!
Usage: simply shave it on your dish with a dedicated slicer.

Price is per weight (variable number of truffles). You charged the maximum amount for the quantity you have selected and we will refund you according to the real weight of the truffle.

Organic Parisian Mushroom – 500g

$149 by 500g

Mushrooms are a good source of B vitamins, protein, copper, potassium, zinc and selenium. All essential minerals to a healthy diet. Mushrooms are also a rich in dietary fiber and are low in both saturated and unsaturated fat. Dietary fiber helps stimulate digestion, relieving constipation problems.

Origin:  France or Netherland
Packaging: Kraft bag
Storage: in the fridge up to 1 week
Usage:   Excellent in salad or cooked to go along with your favourite pasta or rice dish

Price is per 500g

Organic Portobello Mushroom – 500g

$259 by kg

These organic portobello mushrooms are handsome and hardy, with a firm, meaty texture. If you want to stuff mushrooms, this large variety works best. They’ve got a fantastic earthy flavour too, as they’re essentially giant chestnut mushrooms.

Origin:  France or Netherland
Packaging: Kraft bag
Storage: in the fridge up to 1 week
Usage: Portobellos come into their own baked or grilled, and make a fantastic alternative to burgers for vegetarians – just brush with oil, then grill or barbecue. Grilled portobellos are also an ideal vehicle for creamy poached eggs. Eat with a pile of just-wilted spinach for  vegetarian breakfast or a quick dinner. If you’ve got time, try this with a handful of juicy roasted cherry tomatoes.

Price is per 500g

Wild Fresh Morels

$1,199 by kg

A very tasty mushroom but as with all Morels it must be well cooked before consumption.

Fresh, unwashed morels should be stored in a paper bag and used as quickly as possible. You can also store them in the fridge for up to a week, but this can also dry them out and alter the texture.

To prolong the life of your morels, you can dry them by laying them out in the sunlight and rotating them. Dried morels will last up to six months stored in an airtight container. When you’re ready to use them, simply tap them with some water and wait. Pinch them a few times until they are plump and ready to use. Dried morels can also be frozen, and thawed for use in soups or purees.

Origin:   Europe
Packaging: Kraft bag
Storage: in the fridge but eat quickly (within 2 days)
Usage:  To prepare morels, clean them with cold water and dry quickly before they soak up the water. Then, slice them up and cook them however you choose — keep in mind morels shouldn’t be eaten raw as they can cause stomach cramps. It’s best to cook morels simply so you can truly savor their flavor. A simple sauté with butter will help to best bring out the mushroom’s unique qualities.You can also add morel mushrooms to this savory wild mushroom sauce that’s perfect for grilled meats. Fresh morels are put on display in this morel mushroom bisque. Morels pair beautifully with asparagus, another springtime vegetable that will shine in this asparagus and morel risotto. Some cooks even prefer to fry morels; learn how with this simple fried morel mushrooms recipe.

Price is per 1kg

Whole Black Winter Truffle in Jar- 200g

$2,122 by kg

Ingredients: Tuber melanosporum, juice and salt.

Black Winter Truffle Peelings – 200g

$1,249 by kg

Ingredients: Tuber melanosporum peelings, winter truffle juice and salt.

Juice from Black Winter Truffle – 200ml

$365 by kg

Ingredients: Tuber melanosporum juice and salt.

Dry Morels without Tail – 100g

$4,499 by kg

It is difficult to describe the famous morel flavor. It is nutty, meaty, and unique whether cooked or dried. There is no substitute for butter to bring out its subtle but treasured character.

Packaging: plastic jar
Storage: dry place away from light
Usage:  Rich, smoky, earthy and fragrant; dried morels are fabulous in sauces with meat, poultry or pasta. Also excellent in risottos, omelettes, quiche, stews and stir frys. Morel mushrooms are a wild variety that you can safely eat.

Dry Cep Mushroom – 100g

$1,599 by kg

The name porcini means “piglets” in Italian. They’re also known as the king bolete, cèpe (in French), Steinpilz (the “stone mushroom” in German), and a host of other fun names from all over the world. The Latin name is Boletus edulis. Not only do they taste good but also they’re good for you. This mushroom reportedly has a high protein content, which makes them a great meat substitute in vegetarian dishes.

Sold whole of cut into two

Origin:  Europe
Packaging: Kraft bag
Storage: in the fridge up to 1 week
Usage:  If starting with fresh porcini, make sure to brush them off with a damp cloth after checking for worms. Don’t wash them with water unless you will be using them right away. It doesn’t take long for a wet mushroom to become too soft or mushy. After your mushrooms are cleaned and inspected, simply chop and use in your favorite Italian recipe! A famous way to prepare porcini is grilled or stewed with some thyme or nipitella. However, you can use this versatile gourmet mushroom in a variety of ways:

Price is per 1kg

Dry Black Trumpets – 100g

$959 by kg

Don’t let its unremarkable appearance fool you; this is one of the best tasting fungi you’ll ever find.These mushrooms are gourmet edibles. They have a smoky, rich flavor and a pleasant, fruity aroma. Black trumpets are popular edible mushrooms. They have a rich, smoky flavor that is far better experienced than described.

 

Origin:  France
Packaging: plastic jar
Storage: cold and dry place
Usage: Their deep flavor works well in many recipes. They’re a great addition to soups, sauces, pasta dishes, seafood recipes, or meals with any sort of meat. Basically anything without a lot of other strong tasting ingredients that will overshadow your delicious trumpets!

Price is per 1kg

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