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BioChef Slow Juicer, it is very easy to clean and use

So 5 stars for straightforward fruit and veg but only 3 as an all. The bio chef offers actually perfectly with non- fibrous fruit and veg – pulp is dry and you get a great deal of juice. If, having said that, you want to juice pineapple or celery which is a essential component in quite a few juices, then this juicer struggles. The exit of of juice and pulp from the primary juicing compartment is very smaller and swiftly gets clogged up with fibres. So 5 stars for simple fruit and veg but only three as an all round juicer.

I have wrote this review since when i was studying which juicer to obtain i study heaps of varying assessments and located it helpful to have other peoples insights into their picked juicers. I have experienced my juicer now for over a week and i can say i’m really delighted with my investment. (i previously had a phillips centrifugal juicer) the bio chef gives much more juice and the pulp is pretty much dry. Its pretty quick for a masticating juicer, its quiet and rather straightforward to clean. I have no negatives to say, happy juicing.

BioChef Slow Juicer, White

  • Professional slow juice extractor
  • Available in 3 colours – Jet Black, Cherry Red, Classic White
  • Fine & coarse juicing screen for your preference
  • Simple to use and clean, simply rinse the blender with warm water
  • Fast, small and compact with super quiet juicing

Superb substantial high-quality juicer. This is a amazing juicer, great for greens, produces a quite dry pulp and it produces a juice that tastes much top-quality to my centrifugal juicer. Re the feedback about the absence of fine strain – it’s obviously a harmony amongst a wonderful pressure for the juice and a mesh that is slow to develop juice or susceptible to clogging. I imagine, on harmony, this equipment has it about proper. I run my juice via a nut milk bag to make it extremely clean simply because i really don’t like any pulp to stay in the juice. With any juicer the finest just one is the 1 you are going to use, and finding a juicing strategy that fits you is the trick, there is no one dimensions matches all. This machine in combination with a fine straining bag creates exactly what i want.

Incredible item, worthy of each penny.

For wintertime also all the summer vedge has been fantastic for. At final i have a juicer that will consider my grapes i utilized to give them away now i juise them and freeze the juice for winter season also all the summer months vedge has been great for.

BioChef Slow Juicer, White : This is a cold press juicer, which in short means that the essential beneficial enzymes of the fruit/vegetables are retained. The enzymes can be lost if you use a centrifugal juicer (these cut up the fruit or vegetable with a flat cutting blade. It then spins the produce at a high speed to separate the juice from the pulp). So, the slow masticating juicers such as bio chef leave you with a more nutritious juice. Your average ‘high street’ juicers are the centrifugal ones. I did a bit of research before buying this juicer (hope it helps). This is an incredibly sturdy unit, rather weighty. Once you get the knack of assembling the juicer and taking it apart to clean it, it is easy. The instruction booklet is very clear and does have trouble shooting tips (just in case).


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  1. superfoods says:
    Like this juicer however have one complaint i have to. Like this juicer however have one complaint i have to sieve every juice as it contains a lot of pulp.
  2. Mrs. Denise J. Mcginlay says:

    This review is from : BioChef Slow Juicer, White

    Very quiet and produces lots of juice however it really doesn’t like celery or pineapple and gets quickly clogged. Shame as most my recipes have celery.
    • Mimmie13 says:
      I’ve waited a few months before writing a review on this product and can honestly say, we love it and have never had the slightest problem with it. I have a centrifugal type juicer but would never think of using it now. The bio chef juicer is really great value for money. The operation is quick and quiet and the pulp comes out nice and dry. The juice has a lovely taste and i don’t mind the very small bit of pulp that you sometimes get. It is also very easy to clean and put together – we really can’t fault it. I’m so glad i bought this and would honestly recommend it to anyone.
  3. T Worley says:

    This review is from : BioChef Slow Juicer, White

    The pulp is pretty dry, but it does take some scrubbing to. Have used this juicer for some time now, it removes a large amount of juice, the pulp is pretty dry, but it does take some scrubbing to clean the small holes in the metal insert with the included cleaner.
  4. alicec says:

    This review is from : BioChef Slow Juicer, White

    Had five juicers/smoothie makers but this is the one and keeping. It was a challenge to assemble but once master it. All simple and straight forward to use.
  5. Wincey says:

    This review is from : BioChef Slow Juicer, White

    So 5 stars for easy fruit and veg but only 3 as an all. The bio chef deals really well with non- fibrous fruit and veg – pulp is dry and you get plenty of juice. If, however, you want to juice pineapple or celery which is a key ingredient in many juices, then this juicer struggles. The exit of of juice and pulp from the main juicing compartment is very small and quickly gets clogged up with fibres. So 5 stars for easy fruit and veg but only 3 as an all round juicer.
  6. 12pencils says:

    This review is from : BioChef Slow Juicer, White

    This is a great juicer but it has a few let downs. It is a complete nightmare to take apart sometimes.As the bowl would glue to the base. Sometimes it is ok to take it apart but sometimes it is impossible and it takes a lot of energy and time to “unglue” the bowl from its base. So i have to fight it for hours. Also had to invent a few tools like a ruler to help me to lift it up. Also i have noticed a water staying inside the hollow rim of the bowl, after washing it up, which is not ideal and makes me angry. Also the pusher is hollow and i can feel that there is a water inside which is caused again by washing it up.
    • M. Lord says:
      I have used champion juicers and a variety of centrifugal juicers. The bio-chef juicer was a surprise, and very good. Similar to my old champion juicer, i like that it has a safety feature so it won’t turn on if it’s not set up properly. I love that it’s upright so it takes up less counter space. You do need to follow the instructions and chop the fruit or veg as directed. The juicing process is slow but very quiet compared to the champion. It actually doesn’t take that long to produce a glass of juice, worth waiting for. The resulting juice is very similar to the results of my old champion, but the company might want to consider adding a 3rd finer sieve for the option of even finer juice.

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