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Truffle Bonanza

Truffle Could we start to see a mass exit from France and a rush to UK shores? Its been a bumper year for Truffles so far and looks like its going to continue.

Guardian 31st Aug 06

"They are one of the world's least promising-looking delicacies, sniffed out by pigs in rural corners of Europe, sold for thousands of pounds a kilo and prized above almost every other foodstuff by gourmands. They are also - in their more humble, native form - lurking in record numbers in British woodlands."

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