Hi rawfoodie, I am not sure what is left either but I know a lot of people use almond pulp to make cookies or as Tommie suggested little croutons for salad (that sounds good actually). or add shredded vegies and seasonings to make burgers. There must be some goodness left in the pulp and it is a shame to waste it.
I have started to make my own hemp milk recently from whole hemp seeds. Could anyone shed some light on what is left behind in the pulp after water extraction? I know that oils are not water soluble but proteins and some carbs are, however oils do make it into the water as an emulsion. So I'm finding this a bit confusing and any help would be great! Thanks so much!