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Make a new fruit bread? Answered

Hi,
I just recently starting juicing fruits making great drink for myself however I am not happy that I always end up throwing out all the pulp or what gets seperated from the juice.  I was wondering if there was a method or if anyone had ever made a bread from this left over chaos.  Thanks.

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Jack89
Jack89

6 years ago

Must be very tasty food

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kkeagan
kkeagan

7 years ago

actually you would be much better just eating the fruit as you will be consuming twice as much of the sugar without the fiber benefit

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scoochmaroo
scoochmaroo

7 years ago

Juicer pulp is great for compost! It also contains a lot of fiber, so you can certainly add it to a lot of dishes. Tomato sauces and casseroles (think lasagna) are perfect ways to sneak in extra veggies, and a great use for "dry" pulp left from veggies. It would also be great in homemade stock.

One of my favorite recipes is a carrot-apple muffin (I should post that here!). I don't have a juicer, but I process them both quite a bit, so I'm sure it would be the same as using the leftover pulp + a little more juice.

Here's a zucchini muffin recipe that uses leftover pulp.
Here's one for puppy treats!

Hmm.  Now I really want a juicer. . . 

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lemonie
lemonie

7 years ago

You could add sugar-syrup an make a sorbet of sorts.
It'll go in bread easy I'm sure; experiment with it.

L

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caitlinsdad
caitlinsdad

7 years ago

Applesauce has long been used as a substitute for the fat to make cakes lighter. I would think you can do the same with your pulp. It may work out better in the denser bread recipes like monkey bread. Good luck.

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caitlinsdad
caitlinsdad

Reply 7 years ago

If that doesn't work out, you can always try to make jam to spread on the bread.