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Is truffes d'été vegan?

Truffes d'été is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is truffes d'été?

Truffes d'été, or summer truffles, are a prized and aromatic ingredient in the culinary world. These truffles have a black exterior with a dense and earthy flesh that ranges in color from off-white to dark brown. They are milder in flavor and aroma compared to their winter counterparts, with hints of nutty and fruity notes. Summer truffles are usually harvested from May to August in France, Italy, and Spain, where they are found growing around oak, hazelnut, and poplar trees. They are a perfect addition to dishes like pasta, risotto, and eggs, providing a subtle yet distinctive flavor that is both luxurious and satisfying.

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