Nutritional value of pulp

Hi:) I’m new here and very happy with all the great Info & resources available! Is is possible to determine the nutritional info for the pulp. I’m reusing it (carrot blend pulp & almond mylk pulp) in recipes.
I know it’s the fiber of the produce or almonds, but I’m not sure how to determine the sugar/carb/fat content. I’m making muffins with it and I was asked twice today.
Thank you in advance for any help!

When you press the juice out of something you take with it most of the fat and sugar. I don’t know how much is left but I would guess about 10-20% of the original amount. The rest is the fiber like you said.

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Thank you Charlie for your input! Btw I LOVE my X1 mini…best investment ever!

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I guess it depends on the juicer you use as well, if it’s a cheap centrifugal juicer there could be plenty of life left in the wet pulp but if you’re using a twin gear juicer, the pulp is more like saw dust and only good for compost.