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Black Truffle Bagnoli

In Campania in the first half of 'the naturalist Charles Vittadini 800 ranked a truffle much appreciated by our peoples for centuries and has its natural habitat in the district of Picentini, associated mainly to plant pine or beech black truffle that was called or black truffle of Bagnoli. 

Its name derives from the greek "Mesentericum" membrane that surrounds the small intestine, the characteristic pattern of convoluted veins of the glebe.

The harvest is in autumn-winter to spring;

mature state emanates a strong smell, the taste is delicious, appetizing, to savor the flavor should be eaten raw, sliced thinly scattered over various dishes.

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