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White truffles might not look like much, but they're among the world's most coveted food items.

FoodCrush Podcast: The mystique of the truffle, a chat with Mushroom Mike

Earthy. Pricey. Irresistible. On this week's podcast, we sit down with Mike Jozwik (Mushroom Mike) to pick his brain about one of the world's most indulgent foods: truffles. We'll dig deep, dispelling myths, exploring the world of truffle cultivation and discussing what makes these earthy fungi some of the best things on earth.

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