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Among wild mushrooms, truffles still hold their own as a delicacy that conjures images of truffle hunters and snuffling pigs hot on the trail of these aromatic treats. Truffles mushrooms (that are subterranean) are usually round, warty and irregular in shape. They range in size and have been found as small as marbles and as large as fists.

Truffles may have a white dust, this is cornmeal or spores, just use a soft brush to clean it off, it is very normal.

Among wild mushrooms in Oregon, the Oregon truffle, both black and white, has done very well for itself rivaling its Italian cousin in popularity and availability. James Beard himself proclaimed the mature Oregon white truffle to be a viable and perfectly reputable substitute for European varieties. A long history in truffle research is the foundation of Oregon’s young but thriving truffle industry.

Oregon Mushrooms is the place for fresh truffles, both black and white species native to the West Coast. We go in search of black Oregon truffles from October through March while our hunt for white Oregon truffles takes place from November to May, or sometimes February through June (rainy season dependent). Can’t get enough of truffles? Check out our selection of truffle specialty items which includes truffle oil, black truffle butter, white truffle butter, frozen truffles, truffle salts, truffle powder and other rare and interesting truffle products. These are awesome earthy delights!

We also carry Italian White Truffles known as Alba Truffles, Black Summer Truffles, Burgundy Truffles, Black Winter Truffles, and we can find any other truffles that you may be interested, such as Chinese Truffles, Australian Truffles, French Truffles or any other truffles you may be interested. Be aware though, that there may be a wait time with the imported truffles. To get the best quality, it is well worth the wait! We can possibly ship your order Monday-Thursday if you order your truffles alone (if they come in on Sunday), but if you order other items with your truffles, the order may not ship until Tuesday or Wednesday. Always check with us if you are in a hurry so we can make arrangements for a separate shipping cost and we will have the importer ship directly to you, so you do not have to wait. 

When we ship the Oregon Truffles, we can usually ship Monday through Thursday. Depending on the quality. Sometimes we get in some truffles that we are not happy with, therefore, you may have to wait until more are harvested. We always want to supply our clients with the absolute best product!

Any residual soil covering the truffle provides a protective layer that conserves flavor and aroma, and even allows the truffle to continue its ripening.
Of course, upon cooking, the truffle should be thoroughly cleaned. Besides general rules of food hygiene, the truffle has to be cleaned because its outer peel (peridium) is never thrown away. Like with the inner mass (gleba) the truffle’s peel has flavor and aroma.

When your truffles are at the peak of aroma, make a butter out of them. Take a high quality butter and put it into a food processor with the sliced, clean truffles, blend thoroughly. Freeze the butter and use as needed. It is up to you whether you want to use salted or not salted butter. We do not recommend a sweet butter. The truffle butter will last 6 months if you use a good container that will seal the butter and keep it airtight. Always put a layer of butter over the top that does not have the truffles in it. This helps seal the butter.

Proper Way To Clean Fresh Truffles
• For starters always wash your hands before handling truffles. Truffles quickly absorb outside smells
• Rinse the truffle under cold running water for about 30 seconds. Rinse only a few minutes before use.
   (If you have a large sized truffle only rinse the portion of truffle you intend to use)
• Gently brush the truffle with an unused tooth-brush, nail-brush, or any other similar bristle and soft brush.
• Pat dry the truffle with white absorbent paper towel.
• Slice paper-thin, grind, or chop the truffle if ready to commence cooking or serve meal. Differently, immediately store away the truffle.

The season for Oregon Black Truffles start around Thanksgiving and ends around Valentines Day

Oregon White Truffles start mid to late November and end Late January to early February

Alba Truffles (Italian White Truffles) start Mid October and end somewhere between Mid December and New Years

Summer Black Truffles start Mid May and end Late August to Early September

Winter Black Truffles (Perigords) start early December until late April or early march

Burgundy Truffles start mid September until Mid November to Early December



     Fresh Burgundy Truffles

Fresh Black Winter Truffles -Perigords
Fresh Black Winter Truffles -Perigords
We ship truffles Tuesday -Thursday Sometimes we cannot ship orders that have truffles until Wednesday. We will not know until the day before if they can ship on Tuesday. Please call us on the Monday of the week that you want us to ship so we can let you know if the order can be shipped on Tuesday or Wednesday.


Store your truffle (s) in a  paper towel. Use within 5 days. Store in a sealed container. You can put eggs in the container, cheese, whatever you want to infuse the aroma in, risotto, rice, etc. just make sure they don't touch the food that is in the container.  Make sure to change the paper towels out daily and wrap each truffle individually. Store in the warmer part of the refrigerator, such as the bottom shelf.

The Fresh Black Winter Truffles belongs to the Tuber Melanosporum family. Black Winter Truffles originally grow in the Southern part of France called Perigord, where they got their name Perigord Truffles. The aroma is amazing! The sharp and fine aroma is amazing on pasta, risotto, dark & light meat, potatoes and eggs!
Recommended uses: Its most classic use is in a traditional sauce made by mixing the minced or chopped truffle to warm olive oil flavored with a hint of garlic, salt and ground pepper. Do not use excessive heat when cooking with truffles, they are best if they are added at the end of the cooking time, just long enough to infuse the aroma and flavor but not too long, or you will lose a lot of the flavor and aroma.
 
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Frozen Mexican Truffles
Frozen Mexican Truffles
Mexican corn smut is called huitlacoche [witɬakotʃe], sometimes spelled cuitlacoche When this delicacy is cooked, it has a flavor described as mushroom-like, sweet, savory, woody, and earthy. Flavor compounds include sotolon and vanillin, as well as the sugar glucose.  Sometimes the farmers call the dish "el oro negro," or black gold it is usually used as a filling in quesadillas and other tortilla-based foods. There are approximately 2 cups per pound
 
 
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Frozen Oregon White Truffles
Frozen Oregon White Truffles
Frozen Oregon White Truffles
 
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Frozen Oregon Black Truffles
Frozen Oregon Black Truffles
 
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Frozen Urbani Black Truffle Butter
Frozen Urbani Black Truffle Butter
Ingredients: Butter, Alimentary Protein Extract, Summer Black Truffles (Tuber Aestivum Vitt) 6% Use within 90 days of defrosting. Keep Frozen and use what you need.

Made by Urbani, Recommended uses: this butter is an original blend of intense and rich flavors. Use on toast (white, brown, whole meal, as you wish). For canapé or as a pasta sauce, or even while cooking meats.

This item is Perishable and needs to be shipped Fed Ex overnight.
 
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Stainless Steel Truffle Slicer
Stainless Steel Truffle Slicer
Stainless steel Truffle slicer, adjusts
 
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Truffle Slicer Stainless Steel with Wooden Handle
Truffle Slicer Stainless Steel with Wooden Handle
This truffle slicer is wooden with an adjustable stainless steel slicer.
 
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