- 1 Do all Juicers leave pulp?
- 2 Do you think the same?
- 3 What do I find then?
- 4 Which juicer extracts pulp-free juices?
- 5 How do juicers extract pulp-free juices?
- 6 Which juice is better with pulp or without pulp?
- 7 Do all juicers remove pulp?
- 8 Should I remove pulp in green juice?
- 9 Does the pulp from juicing have nutrients?
- 10 Can you run the pulp back through a juicer?
- 11 What can I do with the leftover fruit pulp from my juicer?
- 12 Should you keep the pulp when juicing?
- 13 What nutrients are lost when juicing?
- 14 Can dogs eat juicer pulp?
Today I’m writing this article to burst your assumption about pulp-free juices. I don’t know how many of you think in the same way that I used to think about my juicer and juice. But definitely, you are going to get the answer to the question: Do all Juicers leave pulp?
Do all Juicers leave pulp?
No. All juicers don’t leave the pulp. It totally depends upon the type of juicer used. Centrifugal and some traditional juicers leave the pulp behind in the juice.
Do you think the same?
I used to have a juicer that was my grandmother’s time juicer and it was so durable and good in quality that it lasts for more than a decade. In short, we had never seen any other juicer machine in our house other than that. It was a Centrifugal Juicer.
It used to have pulp in its juice. So initially, when I was growing up, I had seen and drank juices with the pulp. Then i saw an ad that show very clear pulp-free juices. Then with the passage of time when I grew up and started drinking juices outside as a teenager, I used to think why this is so fine, clean, and pulp-free. I didn’t understand,
I didn’t even know that there are some other juicers also that can extract pulp-free juices too. So, then l tried to figure it out. There were many questions that used to overthink me like how do they do it, they strain it, or they have some special kind of tool to strain the pulp and bla bla…
I realized that it was the quality ( or drawbacks for many) with my juicer to extract juice with pulp. It was my juicer which has no capability, or you can say has not had the feature to separate the pulp from the juice.
What do I find then?
Therefore, I came to know and figured it out after researching and asking many people around me that there are types of juicers on which the juice quality depends. There are many juicers that give you very clear pulp-free juices. And there are also such juicers, which cannot extract juices pulp-free.
Which juicer extracts pulp-free juices?
Cold press juicers or Masticating juicers are more likely to produce pulp-free juices. KOIOS Juicer produces the best pulp-free juice as per my experience. You can easily make a clear glass of juice from root vegetables and leafy greens. Other than this, I would also recommend:
The recommendation is based on my own personal experience. I had tried from hard foods like apple, beetroot, carrot, and kale to soft foods like watermelon, melon, and pineapple too. I found them:
- Produces pulp-free juices.
- Juices taste good.
- The overall juicer works so smoothly.
- Juicer yields more juice and dry pulp.
- No inconvenience was noticed throughout the juicing process.
How do juicers extract pulp-free juices?
Juicers that extract pulp-free juices have a filter or mesh that acts as a strainer. It stops fiber, seeds, and peels to pass, therefore giving off a clear and pulp-free glass of juice.
In fact, there are juicers also which contain mesh or filters with big holes that allow the small pulp to pass through. These type of juicers produces juices with medium pulp quantity. Its not clear juice but a medium pulpy juice.
So, if you are planning to buy a juicer then check its mesh or filter hole’s size. The size of the hole will help you to know the level of pulpiness in your juice.
Which juice is better with pulp or without pulp?
As far as the nutritional values are concerned, juices with pulp are more healthy, filling and beneficial. As they contain healthy fibre which is very important for the good digestive system.
Fibrous juices are recommended for health benefits. If you really want to enjoy the full nutrients from a juice then must go for juices with fibre or in other words juices with the pulp.
Do all juicers remove pulp?
Should I remove pulp in green juice?
Does the pulp from juicing have nutrients?
Can you run the pulp back through a juicer?
What can I do with the leftover fruit pulp from my juicer?
There are many ways to take care of leftover fruit pulps which you can check in this article Make these with leftover juice pulp.