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Children are offered a traditional Turkish drink with milk, carob powder and date syrup that’s meant to strengthen the bones.
Locust gum, from carob trees, or guar gum, extracted from guar beans, will help shape and define your curls.
Most mainstream grocery stores carry whole wheat bread, organic fruits, even wheat germ and carob powder.
According to Kitchn, Daphne, who goes by @periperipeng on Instagram, uses a Nespresso milk frother, natural food dye, and carob powder to create the cute creatures.
Chicory root, dandelion root, burdock root, eleuthero root (which has similar properties to ginseng), chaga mushroom, orange peel, cinnamon chips, and carob.
The seeds are stone-ground, and the spreads are flavored with beet, carob-chocolate, date, fig, pomegranate or strawberry: Sesame Kingdom Tahini Spreads, $13 for nine ounces, $78 for all six flavors, 800-460-3037, sesamekingdom.com.
Chop pickled chilies into large pieces and sprinkle approximately one pepper over top. Drizzle 1/2 tablespoon of carob molasses over each portion.
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Origin and Etymology of carob
First Known Use: 1548See Words from the same year
CAROB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of carob for English Language Learners
: the fruit of a Mediterranean tree that can be prepared to taste similar to chocolate and is used in various foods
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