100% NATURAL ∙ VEGAN ∙ GLUTEN-FREE ∙ LACTOSE-FREE ∙ NUT-FREE ∙ NO PRESERVATIVES ∙ NON-GMO
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Best enjoyed with pasta, pizza, steaks, risottos, omelets, burgers, fish, bruschetta, and salads.
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From the beautiful Mediterranean part of Slovenia, we bring you our delicious Black Truffle Sauce. We combined aromatic black truffles with a handful of high-quality, vegan ingredients for the ultimate condiment. Our all-natural Black Truffle Sauce recipe is both nourishing and indulgent – it’s gluten free, soy free, lactose free, nut free, non GMO and free of preservatives. Turn even the simplest of dishes into an epicurean experience with the luscious, savory taste of black summer truffles. Many detect notes of mushroom, garlic, cocoa, oak and hazelnut in the famous fungi. Combined with mushrooms, olives, capers, oils, and spices, our Black Truffle Sauce is perfect for every occasion. Use it as a finishing touch or a base ingredient to give depth and intense flavor to almost anything! Perfect for salads, soups, pasta, dips, seafood, poultry, beef, and snacks of all kinds. Enhance every meal with the addition of Natureul vegan Black Truffle Sauce.
INGREDIENTS: cultivated mushrooms (Agaricus campestris), 10% black summer truffle (Tuber aestivum Vitt), black olives, extra virgin olive oil, sunflower oil, salt, capers, spices, aromas.
Net Wt. 3.5 oz (100 g)
Produced in EU.
Truffles are an edible fungus that are considered a delicacy. They are costly because they are very difficult to find and they grow only in a few locations around the world. The flavor of truffle is entirely unique and one of the greatest dimensions of a truffle is the aroma. Many people liken the taste of black truffle to that of a very high-quality mushroom. Black truffles are earthy, musky, mushroom-like, and have a savory richness. Truffles grow under the soil mainly in southern Europe and other Mediterranean areas. Our black truffles are sourced from Slovenian Istria.
So what is it about the odor of a truffle that some of us find so alluring?
The possible explanation for why a lot of individuals enjoy truffles could be related to their genetics and their capability to detect androstenone through their sense of smell. Genetic variations of human odor receptors affect our perception of the aroma compounds in truffles. It is estimated that approximately 25% of the population is unable to detect the scent of androstenone. Those who love truffles relish in a one-of-a-kind flavor experience that cannot be replicated by any other cuisine.