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Some blogs that talk about truffles because everyone likes to eat them. Their geographical origin is located in China and more particularly in the foothills of the Himalayas, south of Sichuan and north of Yunnan. The Chinese truffle has an appearance of skin and shape very little different from T. The truffle is the fruit of a fungus which grows under very specific conditions. It therefore particularly needs limestone soils and the presence of so-called truffle trees such as oak or hornbeam. It is therefore found mainly in Provence, Périgord and Burgundy. You just have to go to the forest and the woods to find truffles. This fungus is generally found under oak, but also under hazel and lime. Austrian black pine, Scots pine, black hornbeam, beech or even atlas cedar can also hide these rare fungi. The black truffle, Tuber Melanosporum at a price that varies between 500 to 1000 euros per kg. The most expensive Alba white truffle is sold between 5,000 to 7,000 euros per kg. Truffles are expensive because they are rare, difficult to find, difficult to grow - you have to inject spores into the soil and wait five or six years - and highly perishable. It grows in the earth, in truffle forests with limestone soils. The rarest and most sought after, the white truffle from Italy or otherwise known as the Alba truffle is the one considered to be the most upscale. It is only found in Piedmont in Italy, a region bordering with France and Switzerland. The truffle needs a temperate climate with not too dry springs without late frost, hot summers with dry periods limited to 3 weeks, a mild autumn without early frost, and winters without intense cold. The climate in the south of France is in principle favorable. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Kings Truffles' Group Hunts January 23, 2022
    Watch a snippet about truffles and see what you can expect on one of Kings Truffles' huntsMore
    Jacqueline Lee
  • Becoming spray free April 16, 2021
    The move to Kings Truffles' main producing truffle block becoming completely spray free.More
    Jax Lee
  • 10 Steps for Planting your Truffle Tree April 15, 2021
    This is not an exhausted list and can differ depending on the site and trees so please do not think this the only way! Just a guideline if you are wondering how to go about successfully planting your truffle trees. Complete necessary site preparations - see HERE Pre soak the ground so moist but not […]
    Jax Lee
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  • Ganymede Truffles Truffle Hunt & Lunch April 8, 2022
    Ganymede Truffle Hunts & Seasonal Degustation Lunch About this event Join us on one of Ganymede Truffle Hunts & 2022 Seasonal Degustation Lunch. $180pp truffle hunt and 4 course set menu with optional $70pp matched wine experience featuring award-winning Southern Highlands wines from St Maur and Cherry Tree Hill. Where is the hunt? The location,... […]
    Wendy Burdis
  • Trusty World Truffle Atlas October 1, 2020
    With the southern hemisphere truffle season concluded, I began to reflect on truffles globally. Where among the myriad terroir existing on this earth are those environments that afford truffles the conditions they need to flourish? During which seasons do they develop? When are they harvested? Inevitably reflection led to dream. Soon I was embarking on... […]
    Wendy Burdis
  • 2019: A retrospective of blistering cold winter to the infamous firey hot Australian summer! June 1, 2020
    “Find something you’re passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it.” Julia Child  I’ve been dithering over writing Ganymede’s next (long overdue) blog. I have many valid reasons for prevarication but it really boils down to living a chaotic life, or perhaps, a life lived chaotically! And now the 2020 truffle season is inexorably galloping... […]
    Wendy Burdis

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  • Truffle Honey Glazed Ham March 23, 2022
    Exactly as it sounds… replace regular honey with our Acacia Truffle Honey when glazing your ham. + Serve with a dollop of our incredible Truffle Mustard. The post Truffle Honey Glazed Ham appeared first on The Truffle Company.
    Russ
  • Make Your Own Truffle Condiments March 23, 2022
    Truffle Mayonnaise Truffle Aioli Truffle Hollandaise Truffle Ketchup Follow your condiment recipe and add a tablespoon of Minced Truffle before dolloping, smearing over burger buns, alongside truffle eggs, steak, or to accompany any other savoury creation. + If making your condiment from scratch, replace regular oil with one of our Extra Virgin Truffle Oils, to… […]
    Russ
  • Truffle Steak March 23, 2022
    Cook a prime steak to your liking, seasoning lightly with our Truffle Salt. Once rested, sprinkle over our Truffle Dust, or the more textured Truffle Earth, for an additional dimension. + Cook the steak in Truffle Oil, and serve with freshly shaved truffle, a dollop of Truffle and Morel Veloute, or our Tartufata (Truffle Sauce),… […]
    Russ

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  • Truffles in 2022 🖤 June 28, 2022
    Truffles have been enjoyed for centuries, but have been particularly gaining in popularity for the last decade. They’re now more in demand than ever. We believe this is very much set to continue, as they are the perfect decadent food […] The post Truffles in 2022 🖤 appeared first on Wiltshire Truffles.
    Zak Frost
  • “Truffle Hound” by Rowan Jacobsen February 4, 2022
    It was nice to be featured recently in a new book about truffles – “Truffle Hound” – by award-winning author Rowan Jacobson. Rowan came to visit us in Wiltshire and it was a pleasure to show him a window into […] The post “Truffle Hound” by Rowan Jacobsen appeared first on Wiltshire Truffles.
    Zak Frost
  • Kang Leong’s Black Truffle Grilled Cheese January 15, 2021
    Kang from londoneater.com has shared this delicious grilled cheese sandwich recipe using our fresh black winter truffles. Find more of Kang’s recipes on his Instagram Cheese, truffle, butter, all things that go well together. You need a lot less truffle […] The post Kang Leong’s Black Truffle Grilled Cheese appeared first on Wiltshire Truffles.
    Cam

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About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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Some blogs that talk about honey. The properties of honey are multiple: antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidants (which reduce the formation of free radicals responsible for aging). Honey improves the retention of calcium and magnesium as well as the blood level of hemoglobin. On a daily basis, honey has beneficial effects on the skin. And you don't need a large amount to measure the effects. A teaspoon every day would improve the quality of our epidermis. Honey is therefore recommended against convulsive coughs, asthma, bronchitis, angina, influenza. It also improves sleep and fights headaches. - Fir honey is of great help. It is thus recommended against asthma, bronchitis, tracheitis, pharyngitis, rhinitis and colds. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual visit, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Sweets & Snacks Expo Showcases Innovative Honey Products June 28, 2022
    There’s no doubt that consumers — and manufacturers — have spent more time at home the last two years than ever before. Bridging the gap between at-home inspiration and in-person purchases was a major theme of the 2022 Sweets & Snacks Expo. Market research firm IRI’s Sally Lyons Wyatt opened the trade show speaking about […]
  • Celebrating National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month with the Pollinators that make it Possible June 20, 2022
    Happy National Pollinator Week! This week, we not only celebrate our honey bees and the sweet honey they provide to us, but we also salute the hard work of other pollinators including butterflies, birds, bats, beetles, and more! Now in its fifteenth year, National Pollinator Week’s history began when the U.S. Senate approved and designated […]
  • Unique Flavor Trends, Occasions Reflect Honey’s Arrival in Candy, Snack Categories June 9, 2022
    Hundreds of companies at this year’s Sweets & Snacks Expo wanted to make one thing clear: If it doesn’t taste good, it’s not worth presenting to the consumer. No matter what the trend reflected on the show floor was — plant-based, reduced sugar or exploring what “better for you” really means — the bottom line […]
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  • Retailer Spotlight: Ubuntu Café February 14, 2022
    Fellippe Esteves and Danielle Soldati are the owners of Ubuntu Café, a California-inspired all day cafe with global influences, using locally sourced ingredients, located in Long Beach, California. More
    Jenessa Stark
  • Busy Bee? These Healthy Honey Recipes Will Keep You Going February 8, 2022
    We turned to some of our favorite food bloggers and health experts for nutritious, easy, mouth watering ways to enjoy this energizing, bee-made snack. These healthy recipe ideas are about to be your go-to pick-me-ups.More
    Jenessa Stark
  • 10 Books About Pollinators & Agriculture to Grow Your Bee Knowledge January 20, 2022
    Grab a cup of honeycomb-sweetened tea and steep yourself in knowledge with this bee-centric reading list. Learning about bees through books is one of our favorite things to do at Pass the Honey, so we rounded up some of the titles we’ve turned to in our quest to understand the imperative yet mysterious world of the […]
    Jenessa Stark

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  • Dead in 5 weeks: Why honey bee lives are so short July 1, 2022
    Honey bee workers live from 4 to 6 weeks, or so they say. But the true lifespan depends on many factors, beginning with how we count. Twenty-one days pass from the moment an egg is laid until adult emergence. That’s three weeks. After emergence, adults can live about 5 weeks more. But even that number […]
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  • Black Bears in the Beeyard June 29, 2022
    Why Did the Bear Cross the Road? This is a story about complacency, rationalization, and ignoring the advice I give to others. It’s about a bear I barely knew. And, ultimately, it’s about the generosity of beekeepers I never met. So let’s take it from the top. My home borders the 110,000-acre Capitol State Forest […]
    Rusty
  • A beekeeper’s brush with disaster June 22, 2022
    It pays to expect the unexpected. Even those of us who have never experienced an allergic reaction can suddenly face serious trouble. Steve Weeks, a ten-year beekeeper in North Vancouver, BC, Canada, sent me the following account of his allergic reaction to a beekeeper-normal number of stings. He was lucky. With help from his wife, […]
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  • Latin Honey Shop Eid Sale 2022 July 4, 2022
    Last Chance - Sale Has Now EndedMore
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  • How To Manage Eczema And Dry Skin Naturally June 12, 2022
    What is the link between eczema and non-organic milk? Why do eczema and dry skin flare up during the winter months? Why do asthma, hay fever and eczema come as a package? Can you really apply raw honey directly onto eczema? What are three ways to manage eczema and dry skin naturally?More
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  • Five Reasons Why You Should Pack Raw Organic Honey In Your Holiday Bag May 21, 2022
    Millions of holidays will be spoiled or cut short this year because of common illnesses that could have been prevented. Packing a couple of jars of raw honey in your first aid kit is not only cheaper than the average first aid kit, it can save you a great deal of bother on your holiday.More
    Latin Honey Shop

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  • World Bee Day - 20 May - May 20, 2022
    To raise awareness of the importance of pollinators The UN dedicated 20th of May to the Bees. It is vital to our survivals to recognise the importance of the honey bee and other pollinators in our food system and bio-diversity.More
    Tamas Sandor
  • 5 Common Myths About Honey March 10, 2022
    5 Common Myths About Honey   Honey is known to have numerous health benefits and is one of the most talked-about natural substances. As such, many misconceptions surrounding it have sprung up and we are here to clear some up.More
    Tamas Sandor
  • The Benefits of Raw Chestnut Honey February 24, 2022
    Chestnut honey is a monofloral honey made primarily from the nectar of the chestnut tree flower. It is a stronger honey, with a particular flavour and a certain bitterness to it. It distinguishes itself by a darker pigment that renders it even more appealing. Rich in pollen, mineral salts and tannin, with a high proportion […]
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Gérald Mardirossian

About the author of the article : Gérald Mardirossian Digital Expert

Gérald is a high-level digital expert and a digital enthusiast. Having attended elitist establishments during his studies such as Henri IV and the Sorbonne, he is one of the over-educated individuals of his generation. Holder of diplomas in HR (Human Resources), digital communication and communication / semiology, he also has multiple accreditations from the largest companies in the digital world : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Hubspot, Salesforce, CPanel University, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information (ANSSI), etc. With many years of digital experience in different fields: associations, tourism, distributor, software publisher ... Gérald Mardirossian had the opportunity to work on both B2B and B2C issues. With many talents, he has already worked on web projects of various types, redesign, development, integration, modernization, website evolution, UX redesign, marketing automation, lead generation, outsourcing, emailing, etc. If you have a digital need or a project, you can contact us.

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