The Latest From the Oregon Truffle Festival
Massive Oregon Truffle Found!
Henry Miller, Special to the Statesman Journal Published 8:00 a.m. PT Feb. 19, 2020
It’s a meteor.
It’s a brontosaurus coprolite (petrified dinosaur poo).
First impressions can be wrong.
The large, black, oblong, knobby object in the photo is, in fact, a whopper fungus, a 1-pound black truffle, to be precise.
“Dr. Charles Lefevre has done a lot of research, and I asked him and sent him a picture,” Lindstedt said, “and he said, ‘I don’t know if it’s a world record, but it doesn’t get much bigger.’”
Read the artical and see this GIANT truffle HERE.