What is Cold Press Method?
It is a method where carefully selected pieces of organic carob fruits are extracted in cold water, then precision filtered and evaporated at low temperature under vacuum.
The color and consistency of the carob syrup produced by this method has the appearance of natural honey.
Contents of the Carob Syrup
KEBAL Carob Syrup also contains D-Pinitol which is a very important component along with rich minerals and essential amino acids. D-Pinitol is an extremely valuable component that has important effects on human nutrition and health. D-Pinitol is an “elixir” active ingredient which makes the carob valuable. In researches conducted by the Akdeniz University, it is found that the carob fruits with Turkish origin contain 5-8% D-Pinitiol. (About D-Pinitol content, a bioactive molecule of the Carob variety growing in Turkey (Ceratonia siliqua L.), COST FA0602)
Recommended method of use
At least two tablespoonful of KEBAL Carob Syrup is recommended a day.
You can use KEBAL Organic Carob Syrup as a sweetener instead of sugar in all beverages, yoghurt, cake, pastry, ice cream, sherbet, etc.
The value attached to the carob, which has been being consumed since ancient times, has increased as a result of researches in recent years and its use has become widespread.
The carob is called St. John's Bread and Johannisbrot in English and German respectively. In ancient sacred texts, the carob is referred to as "wild honey" that helped St. John the Baptist survive in the wilderness for a long time.
Inspired by this story, we named our product KEBAL, which is a blend word formed from two Turkish words “KECIBOYNUZU” (carob) and “BAL” (honey). .