Apple juice is a mixture. It has a mixture of solid and liquid parts. The solid part is the pulp, which contains the seeds and skin. The liquid part is the juice, which contains sugars and flavors.
Apple juice is made by crushing apples and squeezing out their juices. The leftover pulp and skins are then discarded or used for other purposes such as making other foods (like applesauce).
Apple juice without pulp is just apple juice that doesn’t contain any of these solids. This can be achieved by filtering out the solids from the final product or by using only crushed apples with no skin or seeds inside them in the first place.
Last modified: August 14, 2022