Vegetable Pulp

Vegetable Pulp

 

(1) A waste product of starch production used as fodder for farm animals. Potato, corn, and wheat are the three kinds of pulp. Potato pulp is composed of cell walls with a negligible starch content; corn and wheat pulp also contain gluten. Fresh, silaged, and dried vegetable pulp is fed mainly to cattle (15-30 kg of fresh pulp per day) and swine (8-10 kg).

(2) A mixture of crushed grapes prepared for further processing in the wine-making industry.

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A lot of items like straws made out of bamboo or macaroni, single-use wooden cutlery and bags made out of vegetable pulp are available.
Hence, the adoption of green vegetables and vegetable pulp substitutes for pre-mixed vitamins during feed formulation in West Africa and other developing nations, would serve as a cheap and natural source of ingredient in poultry feed formulation for small scale farmers.
Standard Cream Soup 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 4 cups milk 2 cups vegetable pulp In a large saucepan, melt butter and blend in flour, salt and pepper.
The farm has received help from unexpected quarters, such as the Organic Juice Company in Cardiff's Castle Arcade, which has offered to donate vegetable pulp left over from squeezing the juice drinks.
People who like baking can use carrot and orange pulp to make carrot cake, while vegetable pulp can be added to soups and casseroles.
In operation, fruit or vegetable pulp is fed into each bag and the platen compresses the rack together.
Starch slurry, yeast, molasses, ground meat and bone, fruit and vegetable pulp, chocolate etc.
Scientists are now researching whether fibre can be used to deliver and release medicines to the colon and will look at ways of using fruit and vegetable pulps in different manufactured food products.