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Juicing is a simple way to ensure nutritional balance. There is no other diet that is so convenient to follow but of course, you should not choose juices as a substitute for healthy meals. Whether you are a serial juicer or prefer one glass with breakfast, you will have some pulp that can either go waste or be used in some practical way. Serial juicers, especially those who go for fruits and vegetables, will have plenty of pulps and there is still substantial goodness left in them.
It should be noted that fiber in vegetables and fruits does not get extracted completely through juicing. Most of the fiber is retained in the pulp. This makes it almost imperative to use the pulp. One reason why many nutritionists recommend eating fruits instead of juicing is to maximize fiber intake.
The pulp is everything other than vitamins, minerals, and direct nutrition. It’s rich in fiber and basically heavy nutrition that the body takes hours to digest. The good news is that fiber is necessary for the body too and so pulp automatically becomes a nutritious and moisturizing way to add fiber to the body.
You can save pulp for over 12 hours in the fridge and use it within the next day. However, try and make use of the pulp as soon as possible otherwise it can deteriorate fast. In case, you can’t use it at present, its best to bag it and freeze it or vacuum seal it.
Usually, most recipes can accommodate pulp to a certain extent. And when you aren’t baking, cooking or making anything that can use your leftover pulp, use it in the backyard for gardening purpose. Fruit and green pulp is an excellent fertilizer.