Breville BJS600XL Review

The Breville BJS600XL Fountain Crush Masticating Slow Juicer is a very cutting-edge juicer that is designed to maximize extraction while producing thicker, more fiber-rich juice.

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Just about every day we learn of some new fruit or vegetable that is reported to have some beneficial health property, whether it be reducing the risk of cancer, or simply boosting the immune system and making us live better. Using a fruit extractor is a great way of consuming numerous types of fruits and vegetables. You can also make novel combinations of fruits and veggies to suit your particular taste and dietary needs.

There are many types of juicers out there. However, most are “centrifugal” types, which use rapidly-spinning cutting blades that shear the plant material and centrifugal force to remove the juice.  Although they perform quickly, they do not extract all of the juice. In addition, the juice that is extracted is relatively thin, with little pulp or fiber content.

The Breville BJS600XL is what is called a “masticating” juicer. The BJS600XL operates by crushing the plant material. This squeezing action is a more natural and efficient way to remove juice. Moreover, in addition to maximizing juice yield, this results in significantly healthier juice because more pulp and fiber make their way into the juice. As a result, the juice is thicker and more nutritious. Lastly, this juicer is very quiet. Because of its masticating design and quiet motor, you will not hear any loud whizzing or whirring sounds to wake up the kids or scare the dog!

Finally, as with Breville juicers generally, this unit is very well-built and stylish. Indeed, purchasers of this model consistently give this product 5 stars in terms of design, functionality and appearance. As such, I highly recommend the Breville BJS600XL to anyone looking for a more advanced, and healthier way to extract juice.

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