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Breville BJE430SIL The Juice Fountain Cold
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- Cold Spin Technology allows juice to flow up and through the stainless steel cutting disc surrounded by an Italian-made mesh filter to ensure an insignificant temperature increase.
- Extra Wide Whole Feed Chute measuring 3" to juice whole fruits and vegetables.
- Safety Locking Arm stops operation when cover is not locked correctly into place.
- Jug Capacity featuring a 70 oz. Seal and Store Juice Jug
- 2 Speed electronic control. High speed for denser fruits and harder vegetables at 1300rpm, and low speed for leafy vegetables and soft fruit at 6500 rpm.
- 3.4L Pulp Bin Container Capacity
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Kitchen appliances designed to inspire people to produce perfect food and beverage results in their own homes with ease. From espresso machines to food processors, the innovation in each appliance delights. Breville makes the process a pleasure and the end result perfect, every time.
The Juice Fountain Cold by Breville, BJE430SIL1BCA1
Juice more, store more, clean less.
Minimize damage to delicate vitamins and minerals from heat and processing. Breville’s Cold Spin Technology has been shown to transfer less than 1.8°C while extracting juice. And the 850 watt motor processes even the toughest fruits and vegetables in just seconds.
Innovative Cold Extraction System
With Cold Spin Technology and an Italian-made precision mesh filter, you’ll avoid damage to vitamins and minerals from heat and processing.
Shortened Prep Time
The unique 84 mm extra wide chute feed allows you to juice whole fruits and vegetables without pre-cutting.
Seal and Store Juice Jug
Enjoy juice for days. The Seal and Store Juice Jug keeps juice fresh in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
The juicer cover, stainless steel filter bowl, purée disc and juice jug are all safe to go into your dishwasher.
Custom Designed Juice Nozzle
Perfect for mess-free juicing straight into a glass. Simply invert the nozzle when finished to avoid juice drips.
2 Speed Electronic Control
High speed for denser fruit and harder vegetables; low speed for leafy vegetables and soft fruit.
Breville Juice Fountain Cold with Cold Spin Technology allows juice to flow up and through the Elevated Juicing System. So instead of making just a small amount of juice, you can make up to 70 oz. of juice at a time. The Seal and Store Juice jug can be stored directly in the door of your refrigerator and its sealed lid keeps juice fresher for longer. Juice can be kept fresh for up to 3 days in the refrigerator either in the juice jug or in small, single serve glass canning jars. When you juice more and store it, you can juice less often. This saves time on prep and cleanup and makes drinking your daily glass of homemade juice exceptionally convenient.
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I wanted to make sure that it wasn't a matter of user error, so I tried different sizes and shapes for the fruits and veges I would feed into the chute. I noticed on my first few runs, that inserting smaller pieces would inevitably result in them shooting almost immediately, partially chewed, into the waste bucket. I then start leaving them larger and larger, so they would have direct pressure from the plunger, almost holding them in place against the blade. I would still wind up with pretty large pieces of fruit or vegetable in the basket. I also tried using carrots, celery, apples, cucumbers, beets, cactus fruit, lettuce, kale, cabbage, collard greens, etc. Large portions of my input would just wind up in the waste basket. The pieces that did caught in the blade would consistently end up really wet and in the basket.
The last two times I used the juicer, I squeezed the pulp in a cheesecloth and was able to get a considerable amount of juice out of it. I have included a picture of the last juice output. In an attempt to fill the pitcher, I juiced enough fruits and vegetables to get the pitcher approximately 75 percent full. I then dug into the basket and started squeezing the waste. I was able to squeeze an additional 2 cups of juice out of the pulp. I have included a picture of the juice level in the pitcher and what would have been thrown away had I not gone back for the second squeeze.
I called Breville to see if they had any advice. Their customer service never answered the phone. I placed four phone calls. For two of those calls, I waited on hold for a representative that never answered. For the other two calls, I took the option of getting a call back. I left my phone number and never got a return call.
I had an old centrifugal juicer some years back. I got rid of it because it was too loud and it would shake while it was spinning. It made me feel like it was going to explode or tear my countertop apart.
I soon after bought a masticating juicer. The juice that it produced was great. The pulp was always dry, BUT I hated cutting the pieces up into little bite sized morsels. It felt like such a waste of time.
I moved over to this Breville because I wanted to be able to throw giant pieces into the chute to save time and energy. Truth of the matter is, the time you save not cutting up vegetables, gets spend squeezing out pulp. If you don't squeeze out your pulp with this thing then you are basically throwing money away every time you make a juice. Juicing is already kindof expensive as it is. To know that you are getting maybe 60 percent usage of your produce is too unnerving for me to deal with.
I went back to my masticating juicer.
Don't hesitate. Been using it every single day since I got it. It's just awesome.
One side note, put a plastic bag in the disposal container to cut back on the cleaning time. You're welcome!
After reading tons of reviews, I finally decided to go with the Breville Cold Fountain and it was well worth the money. So simple to use and clean up is a breeze. Definitely nothing like what I've heard abojt juicers.
The trick is to clean the juicer as soon as you're done juicing and to use the included brush on the mesh filter!
Here are two life hacks:
Some consumers commented on the foam you get when making orange juice. I always peel oranges before extracting juice. Just use a knife to peel/cut away most of the orange and white skin around the fruit and you will get juice that is much smoother and less bitter. You know oranges are waxed and sprayed and otherwise treated to increase shelf life. If I'm peeling carrots, why wouldn't I peel oranges? It only adds about one minute to my prep time and it makes a huge difference in taste and texture.
If you are worried about extracting juice from carrots, because they stain: squeeze an orange or apple into your carrot juice. It adds flavor, tang, a little bite, and it will clean the blades and strainer of carrot stuff. Then wash all parts immediately, instead of throwing into dishwasher. Use your regular dish brush on everything.
If you are considering cost: a 10-oz ounce of freshly squeezed juice anywhere will cost $8-10. Do the math.
Hope it lasts.