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Juice Pulp Pate

 

Looking for a quick and delicious way to use leftover pulp from juicing?

We love our green juice over here in the kitchen. The calming whir of the motor spinning. The way the juice bathes our insides and pumps our cells with sweet nutrition. The way juice makes us feel bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and ready to take on the world. What we don't love is tossing out juice pulp, even if it's in the compost bin.

The other day Maeve was juicing in the kitchen, and we decided why not do something new with the leftover pulp? Waste not, want not, and all that jazz.

The result was this raw, creamy pate that’s full of flavour and high in fibre. Serve it with crackers or veggies, use it as a spread in sandwiches or plunk it atop your salads.

Delish.

Just make sure there aren't a lot of fruits in your juice pulp, as that will really throw off the taste of your final product. If you're adding some fruit to your green juice (remember not too much folks!), then add them last, after you've absconded with the veggie pulp.

Want more ways to use juice pulp? How bout in muffinstortillas or as a thickener in soups?

Juice Pulp Pate

by Sondi Bruner

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: None

Keywords: blender appetizer condiment snack side dairy-free gluten free spring

Ingredients (About one cup)

  • 1 heaping cup juice pulp (ours had celery, cucumber, carrots, kale and spinach)
  • 1 avocado
  • 1/4 cup cashews
  • 1 Tbs lemon juice
  • 1 Tbs tamari
  • 2 tsp miso paste
  • 1 Tbs dried basil

Instructions

Process all ingredients in a food processor or high speed blender until creamy. You can thin it out with a bit of water as needed.

Taste and adjust seasonings if necessary

Serve cold or at room temperature.

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16 Responses to “Juice Pulp Pate”

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  2. Juice Pulp Pate – It’s Not Gross. We Promise.: Want to try a delicious way to use leftover pulp from juicing? Lo... http://t.co/zcAT4t3e
  3. @sondibruner shares this fantabulous #recipe using post-juice veggie pulp! http://t.co/MVLDNQoj
  4. Gena said…
    I am fairly obsessed with juice pulp, and use it constantly. I adore this post! <3
  5. http://t.co/6xJmCtQj via @meghantelpner
  6. Lisa said…
    Laughed out loud at the title of this post!!! I might've thought it'd be gross, but my #fabdetox green juices were less gross than I anticipated (okay, well, at least one of them was) and it's probably worth trying!
  7. [...] website where you can plug in your leftover ingredients and find great ways to use them. (Try this pate recipe made from juice [...]
  8. love this #recipe to recycle juice pulp thanks to @sondibruner! http://t.co/MVLDNQoj
  9. “@meghantelpner: love this #recipe to recycle juice pulp @sondibruner! http://t.co/6dJ3on6A” great idea! So easy & eliminates waste.
  10. With those ingreds, gotta be great! RT @meghantelpner: love this #recipe to recycle juice pulp thanks to @sondibruner! http://t.co/Hktorgvw

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