Ok so I was making my morning juice as usual. Every morning i feel so wasteful throwing away my vegetable pulp, but today i discovered something to do with it. This is what i used but feel free to mix and match however you like.
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All you do is mix the pulp with all other ingredients. Pop it into the deydrator and take it out when the outside is crispy. (should take about 7 hours or so.)
Serving it:
Put two patties on a plate on a bed of mixed greens.
spread the vegenaise on top. ( I probably used all together, 2 teaspoons for all 4 patties)
Mix the avadaco, cumin & lime juice together. (Like your making guacamole.)
spread that on top of the patties. Add thin slices of red onion and lots of sprouts and enjoy :)

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Ok so I was making my morning juice as usual. Every morning i feel so wasteful throwing away my vegetable pulp, but today i discovered something to do with it. This is what i used but feel free to mix and match however you like.

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vegetable pulp patties
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I juiced a wedge of purple cabbage, an apple, a peeled jicama and 2 stalks celery. First time trying jicama and I was really happy with how good the juice was. Not sure but may have killed my juiceman. It made 6 patties and since I started them so late I took them out of the dehydrator at 5 hrs. and kept them in the fridge overnight and just put two of them in the dehydrator for 2 hrs. before lunch. I topped one w/ tomato & one w/ avocado and wrapped them in romaine like a sandwich. Yum and the others are there to have over the next couple of days. Awesome veggie burgers and they seem like a good camping food too. Not heavy at all but real filling. THX megan!

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I LOVED your veggie pulp patties! I added more olive oil to get the whole thing really moist. The avacado spread was perfect for them! Instead of the rest, I put sunflower seeds on top of the spread and ate it like that. I'm very pleased. I made 2 batches already. :-) I think this may be a daily thing. Thank you for sharing!

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this sounds intersting, i will have to try making these. :)

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I make delicious crackers from the pulp by adding a handful of ground pumpkin seeds, a T. or so of chia, a handful of buckwheat crispies and some salt. Then dry until crisp, they are my favorite crackers. I am going to try your patties now! I too felt guilty about throwing the pulp into the compost.

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my only guess is to make the dimensions around 85 X 85

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I added a picture. Don't know why it isn' t showing up but... ehh

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