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[PDX] Oregon White Truffle Supremacy...

Nick | Dec 14, 200307:22 PM    

Well, it's apparently truffle season and I've had the pleasure of purchasing local truffles at both New Sesons ($5/oz) and City Market ($7/oz). A one ounce truffle appears to be about the size of a quarter spun on its axis, maybe a little smaller. I'm using them to make truffle oil mainly and it seems you can make about 10 ozs of truffle oil with a one ounce truffle, but maybe more. That's just the ratio that I've tried so far and it worked.

Just wanted to give Portlanders a heads-up. And the provacative title is just because I like plays on words and has no political intentions whatsoever.

Link: http://www.portlandfood.org

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