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Magimix 4200XL/5200XL Juice Extractor Attachment Review

If you’re considering a large, bulky appliance to make morning juices, smoothies, or sorbets, stop right now. There’s no need to add additional appliances or to give up counter space for single-purpose appliances. Instead, take a look at the Juice Extractor and Smoothie Attachment for the Food Processors from  Magimix by Robot-Coupe.

This attachment will save you counter space and money, by expanding the use of your food processor into juicer. It is touch and heavy duty, the metal extractor standing up to tough produce fibers and pressing the juice into the bowl below. Carrots, beets, and other raw vegetables are pressed in seconds, leaving behind a healthy, flavorful juice to enjoy. The fibrous material is all held within the extractor, ready to be composted. 
Soft fruits (and vegetables) are easily pressed as well with the coulis attachment, making for a great base for your favorite sorbet recipe or to use in jellies and seedless jam recipes. They are also wonderful just on their own drizzled over ice cream or breakfast breads like waffles.
The Magimix Food Processor Juice Extractor & Smoothie Attachment is definitely a hidden gem of the kitchen, turning your food processor into a multitasking appliance many times over. If you’ve been contemplating a juicer, look no farther. This simple attachment does the job and stores easily with the rest of your food processor blades and bowls.
Included in the package: 
  • Extractor
  • Funnel
  • Paddle 
  • One appliance to do multiple jobs: both a food processor and juicer
  • Many uses beyond juice: smoothies, sorbet, jellies
  • Dishwasher safe (top rack)
  • Easy to use
  • You need extra storage
  • Sometimes the fibers from produce are difficult to clean out of the metal lining

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