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 (pŭm′ĭs, pŏm′-)
1. The pulpy material remaining after the juice has been pressed from fruit, such as apples or grapes. Also called marc.
2. Pulpy material remaining after the extraction of oil from nuts, seeds, or fish.

[Middle English pomis, from Medieval Latin pōmācium, cider, from Vulgar Latin *pōma, apple, fruit; see pome.]
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1. (Cookery) the pulpy residue of apples or similar fruit after crushing and pressing, as in cider-making
2. any pulpy substance left after crushing, mashing, etc
[C16: from Medieval Latin pōmācium cider, from Latin pōmum apple]
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(ˈpʌm ɪs, ˈpɒm-)

1. the pulpy residue from fruit, seeds, or the like after crushing and pressing, as from apples in cider making.
2. any crushed or ground pulpy substance.
[1545–55; perhaps < Medieval Latin pōmācium cider, derivative of Latin pōmum fruit; see pome]
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* Steamlined pomace removal: The tray with the pressed grapes is transported to the pomace area of the winery, leaving the crushpad clear of debris and and producing an area that can be shown to and enjoyed by customers.
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Crispy calcots, smoked aubergine, tomato and olive - serves 4 For the calcots | 8 calcots cleaned and trimmed cut into quarters | 300ml Milk | 2300g Flour | 500g breadcrumbs (panko if possible) For the smoked aubergine puree | 2 aubergines | 2 cloves garlic crushed | 1 tsp smoked sweet paprika | 1 tsp smoked hot paprika | 500ml pomace olive oil | 150ml Rama 44 Extra Virgin Olive oil | 25ml Moscatel vinegar | Maldon sea salt For the tomato salsa | 2 tomatoes blanched, peeled, deseeded.
Scientists at South Dakota State University investigated the effects of two extruding parameters--die head temperature and screw speed--and the addition of apple pomace on a soy flour-based extruded snack formulation.
Each year, thousands of tons of the solid by-product pomace emerge after wine and grape juice production.