I am always being asked if pulp is useful or even edible? Of course it is. Vegetable fibre is good for the digestive system including the bowel and in any event, I have always taken the view that my juicer does not extract all of the nutrients from the pulp -” there’s more in them there veggies”.
I drink vegetable juice to get more nutrients than I can eat in a day but I try to use the pulp as much as possible depending on what it is.
When I was very ill with severe dysbiosis of the gut, I discovered that I could drink a little juice with some fibre added back. I was advised not to take antibiotics but to try taking a little pulp with my juice. After 3 months of very careful eating, my dysbiosis was a thing of the past and my gut was feeling a lot better.
I still often eat about 25% of my pulp added back to the juice. I usually separate different pulps out as I am juicing so I might juice carrots then empty the carrot pulp into a pot before juicing greens, for example. I also add green or vegetable pulp to any soup I make. I stir pulp into my hummus. I added it to my falafels. I make raw cakes with my carrot pulp and I also make dehydrated veggie biscuits. For a treat I make a kind of garlic bread out of my almond pulp left over from my almond milk.
If I am not feeling energetic I freeze it for later. I do not keep it in the refrigerator for than a day as I find it starts to ferment. If all else fails I throw it onto my compost heap where it is loved by the wildlife that resides there.
PS. If you do suffer from dysbiosis of the gut please do talk to your medical adviser or dietician. I can only speak to what worked for me. I found I had radically to change my diet before I could clear up my gut issues!