carob flour


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carob flour

A chocolate-like powder prepared by grinding the ripe dried pod of the carob tree. Used in cakes and biscuits or to make drinks, desserts and candy.
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The carob flour did not appear to affect cell elongation, but it did affect cell numbers when combined with egg ingredients.
The apricot sherbet, which is composed of apricot (50%), cane sugar, water, skim milk powder, thickeners, and guar and carob flour, is thicker than the sherbets to which this writer is accustomed.
1980; ISBN 0-87983-201-0) suggests interchanging sweet potatoes, soya, split peas, lentils and carob flour.