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Death, theft ... and the quest for the world's most coveted fungus

by David Brancaccio Jun 28, 2019
"I think the best analogy is probably sex or drugs," is how author Ryan Jacobs describes the allure of the truffle.
An inspector approved by the regional federation of truffle harvesters smells a black truffles (tuber melanosporum), on December 23, 2018, during an inspection at a truffle market in Rognes, southeastern France.
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Plentiful rain brings abundant and cheaper truffles to the table

by Janet Babin Jan 10, 2019
But there's no guarantee that will continue.
A man holds a white truffle at the Grinzane Cavour castle near Alba, northwestern Italy, on November 12, 2017.
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