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Juicing is an integral part of the GAPS Diet. It has many therapeutic benefits, but doesn’t always seem like the most budget friendly thing to do. Juicing with a blender can really help with this! But it also produces a lot of pulp, which would be a shame to just throw out. Save money and reduce waste with these juice pulp recipes.
How to Use Leftover Juice Pulp
Dehydrate and process into a fine powder using a food processor. Add into baked goods or stir into any dish for a bit of a vegetable boost.
Add to meatloaf or meatballs. Heal Your Gut has an AMAZING meatloaf recipe that calls for shredded carrots. I replaced this with carrot pulp and it turned out fantastic.
Add to soup. For the best texture, puree the pulp in a food processor with some other vegetables.
Stir into pasta dishes or casseroles, like this awesome Full GAPS mac and cheese.
Cook into scrambled eggs, stir fries, etc.
Sprinkle over salad.
Add to smoothies if you or your family drink them in addition to the juice.
Have more than you can use? Freeze it for later. If you truly have more than you can use, be sure to compost it.
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Do you have any favorite juice pulp recipes? How do you use your leftovers?
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