Whose truffle is it? (part 2)
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Whose truffle is it? (part 2)

There’s one big question that has always municipal assemblies, citizens and so many “truffle hunters”, when they all finally understood what it means to taste a truffle!

This question is: who owns the truffles? The ones who find them or the owners of the land where they grew up? It depends. The precious white truffle is historically  property of the first one that pick it up. Maybe because truffle grounds are invisible and often unknown even to the owners of the land…. (continues…)

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