1.Pat the truffles dry with a clean paper towel to remove any moisture. If you aren’t going to use your truffles the same day you get them, it’s important to get them into the fridge as soon as possible. Gently pat each truffle; don’t run them under water to rinse them off first
2.Roll each truffle in a new, dry, paper towel. Truffles give off a lot of moisture, even within 24 hours. You must keep them as dry as possible for the best quality. Wrap each truffle individually in its own paper towel.
3.Place the rolled-up truffles into a plastic bag or glass container. You can put more than one truffle into the bag or container; just avoid putting so many that they would get smashed together
4.Replace the paper towel every two days to keep the truffles dry. If you plan on storing your truffles in the fridge for more than a few days, set a reminder on your phone or write yourself a note to regularly change the paper towels. This will help keep the truffles as dry as possible and will prolong their freshness.
5.Keep the truffles in the fridge for up to two weeks. With the proper storage, your truffles can last for a while. If you get to the end of the two weeks and still have some leftover, go ahead and freeze them.