The fruit are roughly coconut sized. Their shells and fibres are traditionally burned, and the ash used in soap making. As well as the edible flesh, the seeds can be roasted and ground like coffee beans, or fermented and ground into a sauce. They can also be pressed for oil, which can be used for either culinary or cosmetic purposes.
The baobab leaves are edible too.
The sad thing is, baobabs are under threat. Like many of the world's most ancient trees, numerous baobabs have suddenly died over the past decade. The most likely cause is climate change.
The demise of the largest and oldest African baobabs
Patrut et al (2018), Nature
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