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Why You Should Stop Throwing Out Pulp From The Juicer
The fruit or veggie pulp left over in your juicer after a squeezing session may seem useless, but due to its high fiber content, it's worth saving and using in various recipes.
The pulp can be mixed into a dip or added to pancakes, cookies, or other baked goods like green juice muffins and carrot cake, adding vitamins, fiber, and a bit of flavor.
You can also freeze the pulp in ice cube trays to add to smoothies. Frozen veggie pulp can be used in vegetable stock or meatballs, chili, and quiche to give them a boost.
To save pulp after juicing, transfer it to an airtight container and store it inside your fridge. It will only last about 24 hours in the fridge, so use it or freeze it quickly.
Frozen fiber cubes also work as a base for veggie burgers, or you can even bake them into homemade pet treats, so long as you follow the rules for what you can feed your pet.