Many feel that juicing produces too much waste in the form of leftover pulp. We all know that juicing helps our bodies to feel better, so here are a few suggestions that will hopefully get you back to feeling good (even conscientiously) about the whole process.
Option 1: Put your pulp into a compost pile or compost bin.
Option 2: Add it to your baked goods, such as quick bread recipes.
Option 3: Juice green vegetables and leave out the carrots. Carrot juice creates the most pulp.
The carrot juice was a mixture of 1 large apple and about 12 carrots which left behind 2 1/2 cups of pulp. Whereas the green juice was a mixture of 3 large green leaves, 1 cucumber, 1 stalk celery and 1/2 green apple which only produces 1/3 cup of pulp but a full 12 ounces of juice! (Note: The large greens I used were mustard greens because they were all I had available. It was very spicy!)
Yes, it's true that carrot/apple juice is a beneficial juice (used by Gerson Cancer Therapy) and also one that's very palatable to beginners. But, if you've been juicing for a while and are ready to try some great juices for body cleansing, try a glass of green juice.