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Breville The Boss BBL915CRN (Cranberry)

Breville The Boss BBL915CRN (Cranberry)

3.0 from 2 reviews

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    High Hair

    High Hair

    • 2 reviews

    Solid and reliable

    published

    Had this unit for over 6 mths and thus far I cannot fault it.
    Does a fantastic job with blending and mixing. Excellent at vitamising food especially for smoothies, health shakes and soups. Would comfortably recommend this machine (although not cheap).

    Date PurchasedJan 2016
    1 comment
    Breville
    BrevilleBreville

    Hi High Hair - good news, thanks for your comments. The Breville team


    treesstopskis

    treesstopskis

    • 2 reviews
    • 6 likes

    Toss-Up Between Breville and Vitamix? Get the Vitamix!

    published
    1 comment
    Breville
    BrevilleBreville

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    Questions & Answers

    sue

    sueasked

    Hi, does this blender blend dates used for energy/bliss balls?

    1 answer
    Tam
    Tam

    It depends how hard they are, soft medjool dates blend up fine, though I chop them a little first. For hard dates I always soak them in warm water first (with any water left in the kettle) for 5-10 mins while I prepare other ingredients and chop them a couple of tmes. That works well.


    Maz

    Mazasked

    Can I grind raw chicken carcass in this machine?

    2 answers
    Faye P
    Faye P

    I wouldn't recommend it, I don't think it is designed to do that.

    Breville
    BrevilleBreville

    Hi Maz - the test kitchen has advised against grinding a raw chicken carcass in the BBL910 as this may put unnecessary strain on the motor. Thanks, the Breville team


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