Date: 2007-10-13 04:51 pm (UTC)
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okay... I may have misunderstood my clerks because I just googled and in reading further, the carob and tamarind *are* related but NOT the same...

::sigh:: off to read more...

The tamarind is a sort of bean. Or rather, a sort of bean pod.

It belongs to a subfamily of the Leguminaceae, which has only one other well-known member, the carob. This makes perfect sense if you see it - "Tamarindus indica" has a big, flat pod much like a carob's.
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