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Winter Ripe and Fresh Black Truffles, Chinese Truffles for makin

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Winter Ripe and Fresh Black Truffles, Chinese Truffles for makin

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Chinese truffles have aroma, but not as strong as French or Italian ones. However, we think it's not fair to compare in this way. For one thing, truffles lose the aroma and the flavor after having being harvested from under the ground and in order to enjoy the maximum aroma and flavor of truffles, it's best to consume them within a few days after harvesting. Chinese truffles are hunted and harvested in the mountainous areas of Yunnan and Sichuan, and then transported to Kunming or Chengdu for processing and at the point of being ready for export, 10-14 days might have passed. Plus the 3-5 more days shipping time from Kunming or Chengdu to major European cities, they might be already 3 weeks old when they're bought and consumed by the customers. Much of aroma and flavor have been gone In our opinions, despite all the weakness and problems, we think Chinese truffles are still a great business for us to do because they have the undeniable values: 1) Gastronomically, Chinese truffles might not be good for top-end restaurants, but they can be widely consumed in many ways: as an ingredient to sausages (great idea),canned truffles, truffles in pet glass jars, truffle oil, truffle sushi and as an important part of truffle-related dishes for all the non-top-end restaurants and much more affordable. With a little technique, they may even taste great. French and Italian truffles are like LV or Gucci, and Chinese truffles are like supermarket handbags. Terrible analogy, but you get the point. 2) Nutritionally, Chinese truffles have high protein, low fat and carbohydrates, and they are cholesterol free and 100% organic - perfect for vegetarians and those who are having diets. The last but not the least, truffles have long been considered an aphrodisiac - 100% natural aphrodisiac, think about that. Chinese farmers steep the truffles in Chinese distilled spirits and after one or two drinks, you do feel the boost though it smells like semen.

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