Did you know that, people all over the world, throw more than one billion tons of food each year?
Did you know that the remains of fruits and vegetables after making juice should not be to thrown, because they also can be used?
If you frequently use a juicer, you probably through about what you can do with the remains, from the pulp from vegetables and fruits. In most cases, it ends up in the trash, and therefore you threw a lot of nutrients, minerals and vitamins.
The pulp is definitely not a waste. Here are few examples how you can use it.
Make a smoothie
You can make fabulous smoothie drinks if you mix half a cup of puree (preferably fruit), that you have left after squeezing juice, half a cup of yogurt, banana, half a cup of milk. Mix all in a blender. Instead, you can use bananas and other fruit, and instead of an ordinary (cow) use almond milk.
From the remains of vegetable puree make spaghetti sauce. One tablespoon of olive oil and one cup of pulp mix in a pan on medium heat, add one chopped clove garlic and salt and pepper. Allow to simmer for about 5 minutes, then pour the tomato puree. Allow to boil, then reduce the heat. Let simmer until slightly thickened. Use the resulting sauce over hot cooked pasta.
Burger with scrambled eggs
Mix the pulp (from vegetables) with a few eggs, almond flour, then add salt, pepper, add spices what you like and enjoy in this unusual burger.
Juicer Pulp Meatballs
In your recipe for meatballs, just add juicer pulp (from vegetables) approximately 2 cups on 500 g. minced beef. The procedure is same as for regular meatballs.
Hope you find these ideas useful and you will use it. Enjoy.