the pulp that remains after a fruit has been pressed to extract the juice (or a nut etc has been pressed to extract the oil) (noun)
Examples of word pomace
European standards (usually followed internationally) stipulate that the fruit used for pressing into EVOO exhibit an acidity level below 0.8%, as compared to the 2% allowed for merely virgin oil, with higher levels permitted for cruder grades such as so-called pomace oil which is often used in restaurants.
I accidentally bought something called pomace olive oil, which tasted horrible.
Wine makers now can siphon the wine from one barrel to the next in order to leave the solids, called pomace, in the bottom of the fermenting tank.
The pomace which is what you call crushed apples fell into a slatted tub and, when the tub was full, a wooden disc was set on top of the pomace.
She sometimes watched her father as he scratted apples in the granite mill, made the pomace, pressed the cheese between folds of canvas.