|It is full of flavor and highly nutritious, as it contains vitamins A and C, sugar, pectin, acids, mineral salts such as potassium, etc. They have wrinkling properties and have been used for this purpose and are used positively against adhesions, dysentery and vomiting. Since they are easily decayed, they should be collected a little like green, just before a few days of full ripening. Store in air-dry places. A well-known recipe is to serve it as a dessert – the chickpeas are split in half and their sides covered with sugar and baked honey tossed with nuts.