Orange bagasse; residue.
"What is okara? It's the pulp, or residue, leftover from making soymilk
(see this blog post and this page on my website). If you make soymilk
frequently you will have lots of it! Many people make interesting recipes
with it, but, I must confess, I usually simply compost it!"
This one is not about orange, but what I mean is, pulp is termed as residue in
cases like these (of orange, for example.)
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By the way, bagasse is more used to refer to "sugar cane bagasse", mainly when it comes to industry, I mean to compost and generate by-products. Same to orange bagasse.