This recipe looks delish.
Response to the pulp issue. Every day I share the pulp left over from juicing with my dogs.
For me, I have done a few different things with it for both a hot or cold dish. I'm sure there are still nutrients in it though of course not as much but what it does have is the best fiber (fibre for Laura lol) around. Yesterday I put in in a pan to heat up just a bit with some S&P, put a slice of cheese on top, put it under the broiler and plopped a poached egg on top.
Here's the thing you got to know though. A lot of the pulp comes through in long, tough, strings from things like celery and the ribs of chard and kale. So you have to put it on the cutting board and mince the heck out of it before eating unless you don't mind those tough strings--personally, I do!
Another way to eat pulp is cold with mayo or some dressing of choice next to some meat or fish. I'm inventing other things too. Adding olives, tomato, roasted cherry tomatoes, nuts...anything you can drag out of your fridge is great!
My doggies yum it up like it was chopped liver! I feel real good about giving it to them.
Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 8/13/2011 (13:24)
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