9. Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus

“You are what you eat,” as the age-old saying says. For the most part, this is true. The quality of what you consume literally becomes a part of you and would mean a difference between being in a state of good health and one in relative toxicity that is predisposed to sickness. Health buffs know for sure that when it comes to healthful foods—and thereby maintaining good health—it all must come from organic sources. The same ones that are provided and harvested from nature.

However, let us also be honest to admit that not all organic foods are palatable—some of them, particularly veggies, actually tastes bad. This is particularly a fact to those accustomed to “food-like” products whose main selling point boils down to taste instead of nutrition, as typically enjoyed from processed foods.

But therein lies the leverage of juicing, which is the extraction of food ingredients liquid essences. What our mouths cannot tolerate to chew, drinking—with the ingredients turned to liquid—makes for an easier means of consumption authentic healthful foods. 

The Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus takes advantage of the fact that not everybody has the palate to munch the healthy greens, but has the capability to swallow if in liquid form. 

What I Like

Most juicer products are not necessarily known for their simplistic design, despite sharing the same concept in all of them. One of the most notable aspect of the Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus is on the facet of design which is sophisticated enough to be considered modern. It’s elegant and sophisticated looks alone easily makes this product a winner in terms of display in the kitchen.

But what is a juicer product is not for its very functionality alone? That is, to turn solid ingredients into juice by separating the liquid components from the solid. 

Therein lies the Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus’s another major strength—it simply works as expected. The implementation places consideration to two different qualities of ingredients to derive juice from—solid ingredients like carrots or apple; or squishy ingredients like the orange or banana. It literally converts any foods you throw at it into liquid for simple drinking, essentially “drinking” your “food”. 

What I Don’t Like

Like most process-intensive products, a juicer like the Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus is not free from attrition through subsequent wear-and-tear. One major gripe we have with the product lies in the quality of the output. It produces some substantial amount of frothy foam to juices, which is a badly oxidized air, that is commonplace on many smoothies. Although this is something that is easily removed so as not to be consumed, it is still relatively concerning. 

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