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Denoyer

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I'm going to try my hand at making some cider from apples off my tree. I don't want to waste, so I ask, what are some good uses of the left over apple pulp after pressing out the juice?
 

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Mulch pit?
Don't even thing of adding sugar and making an apple, that's just nasty.
The yeast had their turn, and made you something I hope you like. The left overs are for bacteria, wild deer, or horses.
 

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I'd say an apple-y treat, maybe use some in an apple pie/crumble? I'm not sure what else you could do with it! If you have pet birds then I'm sure they'd love it.
 

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Cardboard. I figure they can make apple flavoured energy bars out of cardboard why not the reverse?
 

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Apple butter, much of the flavor in apple butter comes from the skins and you load in so many spices and sugar it works just fine.
 

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I feed it to a bunch of sheep, geese and a llama who live nearby. I thought of throwing a mead must on top of some crabapple and sunrise pulp once, but I never did it. I suppose fermenting on the skins might make it too tannic. I know it can be done with grape pomace.
 

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