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03-29-2011, 12:36 PM
what do you do with your left over pulp from juicing?
03-29-2011, 01:14 PM
The citrus pulp goes into my compost pile and the veggie pulp goes into my worm farm.
I know some folks add the pulp to crackers and breads tho.
03-29-2011, 01:35 PM
This thread has some ideas for you:
03-29-2011, 08:26 PM
If it is fruit pulp it is the "wet" base for raw granola....just add ground flax, nuts, seeds, raisins or other dried fruit, even shreded apples; and Dehydrate!
03-29-2011, 11:09 PM
I feed mine to my chickens...they love it!
03-30-2011, 04:33 PM
Hmm, I wish I had chickens! Good ol' natural manure! Ha ha!*
Pulp... I make soup with mine! Add water to it to make a soupy consistency, then dice up veggies like peppers, cucumber, avocados (which I realize are all technically fruit...;)), and chow down!
Also, if the juice I've made is sweeter (made some lovely pineapple-celery-spinach juice the other day), the pulp could be added back into a green smoothie. I saved my pineapple etc. pulp, put it back in the vitamix, and added water, bananas, and some kale and it was quite good!
So, for me, savoury pulp = soups, and sweeter pulps = green smoothies!
*Manure from chicken droppings, not from the chickens themselves, btw. Thought I might clear that up just in case!
04-10-2011, 09:54 AM
Just made my first batch of juice from my new juicer and all I can say is WOW! Carrots make a lot of pulp.
I kept it simple for my first batch with some carrot apple, though I do plan to juice greens, beets, celery, etc. I bought the juicer mainly to juice veggies.
Does anyone have a "bread" recipe that utilizes pulp? Particularly carrot pulp.
Also, has anyone given pulp to their dogs? I'm not talking about a meal replacement, but a meal supplement. My dogs are fed "The Honest Kitchen" which some of you may know of. Very hight quality dehydrated food - but they always act like they are starving, so I thought I might supplement their meals with a little pulp to help them feel more full. Has anyone done this?
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