, a byproduct of apple juice processing, contains high levels of dietary fibers and polyphenols.
2008), tomato and apple pomace
(Abdollahzadeh et al.
Phenolic profiles, antioxidant activity and in vitro antiviral properties of apple pomace
As much as 56 per cent of its sales are from pomace
oil, while the extra virgin segment has remained constant at 17 per cent.
Campden BRI will be responsible for all the testing of Extra Virgin olive oil, Virgin olive oil, olive oil composed of refined olive oils and virgin olive oils, and olive pomace
oil imported into the UK.
produced alcohol from apple pomace
using the yeast Saccharomyces Cerevisiae and could extract 43 grams of ethyl alcohol per Kilogram of apple pomace
with a fermentation efficiency of near 89%.
Grappa is an after-dinner drink (the Italians call it a digestivo) made by distilling grape pomace
(skins, pulp, seeds and stems) left over from winemaking.
Matson filled the smokehouse with apple pomace
(The part of the apple left over after pressing) and smoked it using maple and applewood chips.
This mobile IR device has been used to process a wide range of fruit- and vegetable-based dried, refrigerated, frozen, and dehydrofrozen products, including apples, bananas, potatoes, green bell peppers, onions, baby carrots, and carrot pomace
Normandy Bretagne Terroir Cidre Doux Demi-See Cidre Brut Cidre Bouche Blanquina Durona de Tresali Cidre Wild yeast Fermented Still Sparkling Effervescent Orchdrd Barrels Oak aged Stainless steel tanks Bottle Conditioned Ciderist Ciderkin Cidery Cider mill Cider press Pomace
Pommage Sturmer Pippin Ciderist
has an aroma somewhat like that of olive tapenade--a flavorful spread made of finely chopped or pureed olives, anchovies, capers, garlic, and olive oil.
contains skins, which aren't digestible.