algaroba

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al·ga·ro·ba

(al-gă-rō'bă),
Ground meal of the fruit of Ceratonia siliqua; used in many regions as an adsorbent-demulcent in the treatment of diarrhea.
Synonym(s): carob flour, locust gum
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1980; ISBN 0-87983-201-0) suggests interchanging sweet potatoes, soya, split peas, lentils and carob flour.