Goccia Black Truffle Oil

Goccia Black Truffle Oil

Goccia Black Truffle Oil rocks. I know that true gourmets say white truffles are the superior/more refined truffle but i personally prefer black truffles. And Goccia makes a great black truffle oil. Strong and nuanced, this stuff is great on a sliced heirloom tomato w/crumbled feta, salt & pepper. Also amazing on scrambled eggs or even on fish. Highly recommended but remember, truffle oil is for dipping, not cooking. Apply it after you have done the cooking. Also, the olive oil is a great anti-inflammatory so it can help you live longer

  • The unique flavor and limited production of truffles command a price of up to $900 per pound, depending on the type. A superb way to capture their flavor and extend their use is to make truffle oil by soaking them in olive oil. Tr... The unique flavor and limited production of truffles command a price of up to $900 per pound, depending on the type. A superb way to capture their flavor and extend their use is to make truffle oil by soaking them in olive oil. Truffles grow underground and range in color from almost black to off-white. The white varieties have subtler flavors than the black truffles and lend extra virgin olive oil an almost garlicky flavor with full, earthy overtones. The white truffle is in season from September to December and is also used raw, thinly sliced over pasta, risotto, or omelettes. It has a very strong, pleasant aroma. Truffle oils are generally not used in cooking, as the heat adulterates their flavors. Instead, they are added after a dish is prepared or used in salads and other cold dishes.

  • Noticeably reduces wrinkles and softens the skin Extremely rich in proteins proven to tighten the skin and protect skin’s elasticity. Promptly regenerates the skin by restarting vital functions of cells to prevent early aging du... Noticeably reduces wrinkles and softens the skin Extremely rich in proteins proven to tighten the skin and protect skin’s elasticity. Promptly regenerates the skin by restarting vital functions of cells to prevent early aging due to external aggressions (sun, bad weather, pollution, stress, tobacco, etc.). Quickly reduces skin irritation and inflammation. Notably reduces blemishes and slows down the appearance of wrinkles. Possesses a sebum regulating action for oily skin. Greatly reduces visible scars left by acne or chicken pox. Significantly hydrates the skin by restoring its natural barrier and neutralizing free radicals. Helps prevent stretch marks caused by pregnancy or weight loss Traditionally it is used for eczema and psoriasis treatments and as a holistic beauty and medicinal remedy. Strengthens brittle nails.Soothes rheumatism and arthritis pain. Restores remarkable shine to hair, cares for scalp to advance hair growth, and helps to mend split ends.