So you're thinking about ordering fresh truffles
If you’ve had fresh truffles in the past, chances are you enjoyed them at a restaurant. 
But did you know you can enjoy them in the comfort of your own home? 
We know it may be intimidating to order fresh truffles for the first time, but we’re here to guide you through it in 5 easy steps. 
Step 1: Learn about truffles
Here is our quick Truffle 101 guide to understand the difference in types of truffles, so you can order the exact one you want!
Step 2: Order our truffles online 
If it’s your first time, start with ordering the smallest amount, so you don't get overwhelmed by the quantity. To understand how much you need click here How much fresh truffle do I use in a serving? You don’t need a lot of it to make an impact, so even the smallest amount will get you multiple servings!
We ship overnight delivery, but some restrictions do apply. Please refer to our Shipping Policy just to make sure you understand. 
Step 3: Receive your truffles next day
Your fresh truffles will be shipped for overnight delivery, and you will receive them in a box. The box has ice packs and your truffles come in a vacuum sealed bag. Once you receive your truffles, remove the vacuum-sealed bag of truffles. You will want to immediately open the bag to properly store your truffles if you’re not using immediately. To learn more about storing truffles click here How do I store fresh truffles?
Step 4: Have fun with your truffles
This is the whole reason you got them in the first place, right?! Whatever dish you make or order in, you can shave or grate truffles right on top before serving. That’s it! If you want to know more about pairing fresh truffles click here: What foods to pair fresh truffles with. 
Step 5: Save your scraps
After shaving or grating your truffles, you’re bound to have bits and pieces left over. We don’t let anything go to waste- so neither should you! Our favorite way to save the leftover bits: Chop the scraps into tiny pieces and fold into butter. You can then store the butter in the freezer, so the next time you make steak or eggs, you can add some onto it! For more ideas click here: What to do with leftover truffles.