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Yes, please don't throw away the pulp.  It contains alot of fiber content; it is more cost effective to utilize all of the vegetable contents--especially if one is investing in organic produce.

You can add the pulp to almost any prepared meal to add 'body' and texture; I don't think it would drastically change the flavor of your already prepared foods.


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If you have dogs, the leftover pulp makes an excellent veggie mash for them to mix with yoghurt etc as a treat.
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