Properties and Uses:The pulp is eaten as a candy and used in an alternative "chocolate" flavouring for caffeine-free foods. Carob is fermented to make alcohol, and processed into a diabetic flour, a culinary thickener, and a colouring for bouillon cubes. Skin-softening Carob Gum is popular in skin packs, and is also prescribed for diarrhea. The beans, a jeweler's original carat measure, are ground to make "coffee".
Carob Bean PODS