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Truffle Hunters

Truffles have been treasured for centuries for their taste, flavor and scent. The pig's keen sense of smell is the best way to find them where they flower, deep below the ground. In France, a few men continue this method of hunting --- each year, a young pig is trained to become a partner hunter for the following year. It's a competition to find this mushroom, whose value can rise like gold.

Friday 25 September 2009 (8 years 11 months 30 days ago)
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Truffles have been treasured for centuries for their taste, flavor and scent. The pig's keen sense of smell is the best way to find them where they flower, deep below the ground. In France, a few men continue this method of hunting --- each year, a young pig is trained to become a partner hunter for the following year. It's a competition to find this mushroom, whose value can rise like gold.

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