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Truffle Hunting Experience

Posted in on 8-24-12

Truffle Hunting Experience

In the past, female pigs were used to hunt for truffles as the pungent odour that they emit is similar to that of a male pig. Sows were difficult to control when a truffle was located and would often eat it! Today most hunters now use truffle dogs that are easier to control and will happily leave a found truffle for a food reward. Virtually any breed of dog can be trained to find truffles.

Would you like to experience truffle hunting with dogs? We offer truffle hunting experience days in Dorset. These comprise:

  • Introductory talk on truffles
  • Lunch
  • 2 hours truffle hunting
  • Afternoon tea including sampling of a truffle dish

For dates and booking please click through to the website below.

For full details on the courses offered please click through to the website below.

Please note that Food Foraging Courses is not liable for any of the content of the websites listed. We act as a directory only and do not promote or advocate any individual course provider. We thoroughly recommend that you ensure your course provider is qualified and capable as eating wild food and fungi can be a dangerous occupation

 


Additional Info

Name of Operator:

James

Mushroom Foraging?:

Yes

Wild Food Foraging?:

No

Game?:

No

Wild Food Cooking?:

No

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