Do you make fresh-squeezed juices at home? If you feel like it's a waste to toss away all the nutrient-dense pulp from your juicer, try these ideas instead. You can make a juice pulp broth by simmering pulp with water and other herbs; the broth can be sipped by itself or used as a base for homemade soups. Or use the pulp to make juice pulp crackers, where you get all the crunch AND fiber. And finally, if cooking isn't your thing, you can always compost the pulp or just bury it near your plants. They'll benefit from the nutrients as it naturally breaks down.
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