At 19:45 12/18/2002 -0700, M Marc wrote:
There is a carob bean, actually, and I know it's grown in tropical climates, but
that's about all I know about it. I'm not sure what they do with it, except
perhaps use its oil (like canola, linseed or safflower).
Haven't you ever had carob brownies? It's often used around here as a cocoa substitute. Dang, lad, you need to make a pilgrimage to Ithaca.
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