Know Your Juicer
The Juice Fountain™ Cold help keep your juice cooler when being processed to help keep the maximum amount of nutrients in while processing even the toughest fruits and vegetables.
|A. Food Pusher.||B. Interlocking Safety Arm.|
|C. Juicer Cover.||D. Stainless Steel Filter Basket.|
|E. Pulp Container.||F. 2 Speed Control and Off Dial.|
|G. Cord Storage.||H. Filter Bowl Surround.|
|I. 70 fl. oz Juice Jug and Sealing Lid.||J. Overload Protection LED.|
|K. Juicing Nozzle.|
The Juice Fountain™ Cold comes with some special features.
- 70 fl. oz. Juice Jug – The juice jug is a 70 fl. oz jug and storage container. Remove the lid once juicing is done and turn it 180°, press the lid back down firmly and the jug can store your fresh juice for up to 3 days.
- 2-speed Control – High and Low speeds allow for more customized juicing depending on the type of foods being juiced.
- Overload Protection – There is an internal, self-resetting overload protection that prevents the motor from damage when a load is too heavy or the juicer is run continuously for too long a time. By shutting off the juicer and unplugging the juicer for a minimum of 30 minutes, allowing you time to lessen what’s being juiced, setting it up to be done in smaller, shorter batches, before resuming juicing.
- Cold Spin Technology – This allows juice to be filtered through a micro-mesh filter to ensure insignificant temperature transfer.
- Elevated Juicing System – Unique elevated nozzle and super-size 70 oz juice jug allow greater quantity of juice in the jug at one time.
- Place the base of the juicer on a flat dry surface.
- Place the filter bowl surround on top of the motor base.
- Align the arrows on the back of the stainless steel filter basket with the arrows on the motor drive and push down until it clicks in to place ensuring a secure fit has been created.
- Place the juicer cover over the filter bowl surround, positioning the lower part of the feed chute over the stainless steel filter basket.
- Raise the safety locking arm up and lock it into the two grooves on either side of the juice cover. The arm should not be in the vertical position and locked into place on top of the juice cover.
- Slide the food pusher down the food chute by aligning the groove in the food pusher with the small protrusion on the inside of the top of the feed chute.
- Place the pulp container into position by tilting and lifting the motor base slightly. Insert the pulp container under the juicer cover on the left hand side ensuring it is supported by the juicer cover and motor base.
- Place the juice jug under the juice spout and place the lid onto the jug to avoid spatter.
- Unwrap the cord and plug into a standard 110/120V wall outlet.
Before First Use
- Remove and safely discard any packaging materials, promotional stickers, and labels.
- Ensure that the power cord is unwrapped but unplugged.
- Wash the filter bowl surround, filter basket, juicer cover, food pusher, pulp container and juice jug and lid in warm soapy water with a soft cloth.
- Rinse and dry each part thoroughly before assembling for use.
All Breville® products have at least a one-year limited product warranty, valid from the date of purchase. Should your Breville® product have a defect in product material or workmanship within the Warranty period, Breville® will arrange to have your original product returned to us, and either deliver an identical or comparable replacement to you, free of charge, or apply such other remedy as described below. Some models may have longer warranty periods on the product or specific components so please consult the individual product warranty for complete terms and conditions.
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1. Write down the product model number, batch code (this is a 3 or 4 digit number) and/or serial number. These can be found on a sticker or molded into the product housing and are typically located underneath or on the back of the product
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Care and Use
- Storage time on juices depends on what ingredients are being juiced and the freshness of the food just prior to juicing. Juice must be stored in the refrigerator at temperatures between 32°F to 39°F
- The pulp container can be emptied during juicing but only by turning the juicer OFF on the dial and then carefully removing the pulp container. Replace the empty pulp container before continuing to juice.
- Do not allow the pulp container to overfill as this may affect the operation of the appliance.
- The juicer is fitted with a safety device which safeguards against overheating with excessive loads. If overheating occurs, the juicer will automatically activate the overload protection device and the unit will shut itself off. When the Overload protection is activated, unplug the juicer for at least 15 minutes to allow the unit to cool and for you to lessen the make the remaining food items smaller and divided to be processed in shorter juicing batches.
- Never use fingers, hands, or utensils to push food down the feed chute or to clear the feed chute. Always use the food pusher provided.
- The stainless steel filter basket contains small sharp blades to cut and process fruit and vegetables. Avoid touching these blades when handling the filter basket.
- Rinse all parts after use, except the motor base. Rinse them under warm running water to clear away the majority of juice and pulp. Wash in warm soapy water with a soft cloth.
- To avoid food drying on the blades, mesh, or transparent parts, rinse and wash as soon as possible after use.
- The pulp container can be lined with a biodegradable bag to collect the pulp.
- To clean the motor base, ensure that the dial is in the OFF position and the base is unplugged from the wall outlet. Wipe the base with a soft damp cloth and dry thoroughly before plugging back in or assembling the juicer.
- Do not use abrasive scouring pads or cleaners on either the motor base or the jug as they may scratch the surface. Use only warm soapy water with a soft cloth.
- Wash all parts with warm soapy water with a soft cloth other than the motor base.
- The filter bowl surround, stainless steel filter basket, food pusher and pulp container are dishwasher safe, but ONLY on a standard wash cycle and on the top shelf only.
- The juice cover and juice jug are not dishwasher safe.
- The filter basket needs to be cleaned very thoroughly after each use.
- If pulp is left to dry, it may clog the fine pores of the filter mesh which an drastically effect the performance of the filter basket. Soak the filter basket, mesh down, in hot soapy water for 10 minutes to ensure all food is loosened from the mesh.
- Hold the filter basket under running water and, using the brush, scrub in a circular motion to clear the pulp from the inside of the basket, including the blades.
- Turn the basket over to brush away pulp from the outside of the basket and repeat if necessary.
- After cleaning, hold the filter basket up to a light source and look through the mesh. If the light is not easily seen through the pores, repeat the soaking and cleaning on the filter basket. Alternately you can soak the mesh in a solution of 10% lemon juice to help clear the pores.
- After 10 minutes of soaking, brush the mesh with the cleaning brush again.
- Do not soak the filter basket in bleach, harsh chemicals, or abrasive cleansers.
- Fruits with hard or inedible skins should be peeled before juicing, including mangoes, guavas, melons, citrus fruits, etc.
- Some vegetables, suck as cucumbers, can be processed unpeeled depending on the softness of the skin and whether or not you like the taste of the skin in your juice.
- Fruits with hard seeds or pits must be pitted before juicing, including nectarines, peaches, mangoes, plums and cherries as the skin and pith can make the juice bitter.
- Citrus fruits with thick pith or skin should be peeled before juicing, including oranges, lemons, mandarins, etc.
- Trim leaves and wash vegetables to remove earth/coil, including carrots, beets, and spinach.
- Trim, hull, and remove stalks before juicing including strawberries, apples, pears, etc.
- When juicing a variety of ingredients with varying textures, start with the softer texture ingredients on the LOW speed setting and then gradually change to the high speed for the harder textured ingredients.
- If juicing herbs, sprouts or other leafy green vegetables, either wrap them together to form a bundle and alternate with more solid ingredients for the best extraction.
- Fruits and vegetables produce different amounts of liquids, and can very between batches or at different times of the year. Juice recipes are not exact, so therefore the precise quantities of any juice are not crucial to the success of any particular mixture.
- Allow the motor to reach full speed before putting ingredients in the chute. Pressing ingredients down before the juicer reaches full speed can cause the motor to stall or overload. Use gentle moderate pressure on the plunger. Lower pressure produces a better juice yield. Always push slowly on the pressure for the maximum amount of juice production.
- The pulp left after juicing fruit and vegetables is mostly fiber and cellulose which, like the ingredients in the juice, are important for a daily diet and can be used in many ways. However it is always important to use the pulp the day that it’s made.
- Many recipes utilize the pulp in varying types of food including rissole mixtures, thickening casseroles, soups, even home-made breads.
- Fruit pulp can be placed in a heat proof bowl, topped with meringue and baked in the oven for a simple dessert.
- When using the pulp there may be some pieces of fruit or vegetables remaining. These should be removed before using the pulp in any recipes.
- Aside from cooking and baking, the pulp can be used to create compost for the garden.
What to Juice
|Fruit and Vegetables||Best Season to Buy||Storage||Nutritional Value||Calorie Count|
|Apples||Fall/Winter||Vented Plastic Bags in Refrigerator||Vitamin C, Dietary Fiber||166g Apple = 80 Calories|
|Apricots||Summer||Unwrapped in Crisper of Refrigerator||Potassium, Dietary Fiber||55g Apricot = 19 Calories|
|Beet||Winter||Cut off tops, then Refrigerate Unwrapped||Vitamin C, Folate, Dietary Fiber, Potassium||160g Beet = 79 Calories|
|Blueberries||Summer||Cover in the Refrigerator||Vitamin C||100g Blueberries = 52 Calories|
|Broccoli||Fall/Winter||Plastic bag in Refrigerator||Vitamin C, B2, B5, B6, E, Folate, Dietary Fiber||100g Broccoli = 31 Calories|
|Cabbage||Winter||Wrapped, Trimmed in Refrigerator||Vitamin C, B6, Folate, Dietary Fiber, Potassium||100g Cabbage = 22 Calories|
|Carrots||Winter||Wrapped, Trimmed in the refrigerator||Vitamin C, B6, Beta-Carotene, Potassium||100g Carrots = 33 Calories|
|Cauliflower||Fall/Winter||Remove Outer Leaves, Store in Plastic Bag in Refrigerator.||Vitamin C, B5, B6, Folate Potassium||100g Cauliflower = 24.5 Calories|
|Celery||Fall/Winter||Refrigerate in Plastic Bag||Vitamin C, Potassium||100g Celery Stick = 15 Calories|
|Cucumber||Summer||Crisper in Refrigerator||Vitamin C||100g Cucumber = 12 Calories|
|Fennel||Fall to Spring||Refrigerate||Vitamin C, Folate, Dietary Fiber||100g Fennel = 19 Calories|
|Grapefruit||All Year Round||Room Temperature||Vitamin C, Bioflavonoids, Lycopene, Dietary Fiber||100g Grapefruit = 33 Calories|
|Summer||Plastic Bag in Refrigerator||Vitamin C, B6, Potassium||100g Grapes = 60 – 83 Calories|
|Kale||Fall/Winter||Crisper in Refrigerator||Vitamin C, K, Beta-Carotene, Folate, Dietary Fiber||100g Kale = 49 Calories|
|Kiwi Fruit||Winter/Spring||Crisper in Refrigerator||Vitamin C, Potassium||100g Kiwi Fruit = 52 Calories|
|Mangoes||Summer||Covered in Refrigerator||Vitamin A, C, B1, B6, Potassium||207g Mango = 113 Calories|
|Melons including Watermelon||Summer/Fall||Crisper in Refrigerator||Vitamin C, Folate, Beta-Carotene, Dietary Fiber||200g Melon = 50 Calories|
|Nectarines||Summer||Crisper in the Refrigerator||Vitamin C, B3, Potassium, Dietary Fiber||151g Nectarines = 66 Calories|
|Oranges||Winter/Fall/Spring||Cool, Dry Place for 1 week, Transfer to Refrigerator to keep longer||Vitamin C||131g Oranges = 54 Calories|
|Peaches||Summer||Ripen at Room Temperature then Refrigerate||Vitamin C, Beta-Carotene, Potassium, Dietary Fiber||100g Peaches = 42 Calories|
|Pears||Fall/Winter||Ripen at Room Temperature then Refrigerate||Vitamin C, E, Dietary Fiber||161g Pears = 93 Calories|
|Pineapple||Spring/Summer||Store in a Cool Place||Vitamin C, E, Dietary Fiber||100g Pineapple = 43 Calories|
|Spinach||All Year Round||Refrigerate||Vitamin C, B6, E, Beta-Carotene, Folate, Magnesium, Potassium, Dietary Fiber||100g Spinach = 15 Calories|
|Sweet Potato||All Year Round||Store in a Cool Place||Vitamin C, E, Beta-carotene, Dietary Fiber||100g Sweet Potato = 65 Calories|
|Tomatoes||Late Winter to Early Summer||Ripen at Room Temperature then Refrigerate||Vitamin C, E, Lycopene, Folate, Dietary Fiber||100g Tomatoes = 15 – 17 Calories|