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Strawberry trees, Mediterranean hackberry, myrtle shrubs, carob trees and chestnut trees — all shown in the drawings — were also available, he says.Finds in a Spanish cave inspire an artistic take on warm-weather Neandertals|Bruce Bower|March 9, 2021|Science News
While these innovations do improve baked whole-wheat products, the final results mostly retain their seventies-era, earth-mama, “would you like some carob chips with that” vibes.
Desserts using carob won't substitute your chocolate yearning, but it certainly is a start.
On the opposite bank are two tapering columns without their capitals, placed in a tuft of carob trees.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
Usually they indicate the carob tree, as cultivated and subspontaneous, or nearly wild.
The carob has two names in ancient languages—the one Greek, keraunia or kerateia;1692 the other Arabic, chirnub or charûb.
One species of evergreen tree, called the Carob, grew only ten feet in height, but spread to three times that in breadth.A Trip to the Orient|Robert Urie Jacob
The tree is the carob tree, of which you have here a picture--a fine large tree bearing a sweet pod containing the seeds.Among the Trees at Elmridge|Ella Rodman Church