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So.. truffle oil in Paris...?

Ljubitca | Feb 16, 200812:55 PM     17

I know here in the states the truffle oil you normally find is genetically engineered and added to olive oil.

I know this might sound naive but we were unaware that the white truffle oil we were enjoying was not "real" until about a year ago.

Am I also being naive in thinking that our trip to Paris this spring will yield truffle oil impregnated with real white truffles?

I know that Olivier & Co sells a truflfle oil in the 7. Is this my best bet? And is it made with real truffles? And if I am not in total fantasy land what other truffle products should I look for outside of truffles themselves made of real truffles of course that I can bring back home?

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