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What does "strained fruit juices (without pulp)" mean?)

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    So I have to have a colonoscopy at the hospital next week and have to follow a specific diet. Under drinks allowed it says "strained fruit juices (without pulp)". What does it mean by strained? Can I have tropicana orange smooth (no bits)?
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    (Original post by vedderfan94)
    So I have to have a colonoscopy at the hospital next week and have to follow a specific diet. Under drinks allowed it says "strained fruit juices (without pulp)". What does it mean by strained? Can I have tropicana orange smooth (no bits)?
    There are two kinds of fruit juices: those that are strained and clear (like grape, berry and
    cherry juice); the nectars, which are whole fruit juices usually made from peaches, apricots and
    pears. The nectars are thickened with fine sieved pulp.

    http://extension.oregonstate.edu/fch..._cider2009.pdf
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    So can I have orange?
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    (Original post by vedderfan94)
    So can I have orange?

    If the orange is smooth then yes. If it is made from concentrate (without bits) then also yes.

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by Cornish student)
    If the orange is smooth then yes. If it is made from concentrate (without bits) then also yes.

    Good luck!
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