A black truffle contains the essential fatty acid called linoleic acid. This acid is essential for the development of healthy cell membranes and lubricating the muscles and joints. It also plays a role in the formation of many important substances that we need for life. For this reason, a truffle serves as an important ingredient in high-quality dietary supplements for its powerful health benefits and medicinal properties.

Black truffle is actually the end product of fungi known as Tuberculinae. A black (or black) truffle contains about forty percent medium-chain fatty acids that come from the seeds of the Tuberculinae fungus. Because of this, the oil is considered to be a "purifier" of many other foods and beverages, including certain types of desserts such as cakes and icings, smoothies, soups and sauces, and salad dressings. In addition to Tuberculinae, several other genera of fungi are also classified as black truffles, including Geopora, Peziza, and many others. They are all used for different purposes and for varied health benefits.

Unlike the refined or artificial versions, black truffles are prepared using real edible seeds from Tuberculinae spp. These seeds are dried to make a powder then ground into fine dust. This is then combined with white wine, water, and a variety of flavors, herbs, and seasonings. This mixture can be stored for months or even years before serving. It has been a popular cure and treats for generations in Italy.

Since they are inedible, they can not be purchased at any stores. One of the best sources for authentic black truffles is to purchase them online from a retailer that sells authentic Italian food and ingredients. Some online retailers have been known to provide genuine black truffles with no MSG (monosodium glutamate), no wheat, no dairy, no corn, no yeast, no artificial colors, and no caffeine.

This salty treat is served in a number of different ways depending on where it is prepared. In some cases, it is simply spread on a meal or buffet plate as an appetizer. In other cases, it is incorporated into a more complex dish. In the case of caviar, black truffle sea salt is often incorporated directly into the caviar, along with other ingredients and herbs for a delicious and unique dessert dish. It is also commonly added to espresso as it creates a rich espresso-flavored treat. For fish dishes, it can be sprinkled on top or mixed in with the fish fillets for a wonderful treat.

Other uses for this salt are in the creation of a savory stuffed crust and as an ingredient for an exquisite salad. It is even used in gourmet cooking as it creates a gourmet version of the classic sea salt shaker. Another use for it is in the creation of pickles and a host of other treats. It is often sold in small packets at grocery stores and is available online in various forms such as bags, shakers, and tins.

While it is not considered a seasoning as such, many chefs use it as a key ingredient in their recipes because of its flavor and texture. Salt is often called unrefined sea salt and while it has a salty undertone, it is not harmful when added to foods in moderation. This versatile salt is used in a variety of cooking methods including bread, seafood, meat dishes, vegetables, desserts, and salads.

A well-known chef, Emeril Lagasse, does a lot of cooking with black truffle salt and has even introduced a secret recipe involving it. The secret is a perfect blend of flavors including Sazer, Cajun spices, and garlic. The resulting mixture creates a unique, tasty seasoning that pairs perfectly with scrambled eggs and other savory products. As a matter of fact, this seasoning is being used more frequently in American cooking now than ever before. In fact, it is expected to be a major selling point when the next commercial grade salt and pepper shaker makes its debut on store shelves.