From Whole Carob Pods
Want to learn how to make carob powder from harvested tree pods? When most carob pods are fresh, they have a soft breakable texture. You can actually bite into them. However, for transforming the pod into a fine flour-like powder you will need to remove the non-edible seeds. Consequently, the most time-consuming part of making carob powder from whole pods is separating these seeds from the pulp material. This is commonly referred to commercially as "kibbling". When doing this by hand, we have experimented with three main approaches.