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BREVILLE Fast Slow Go User Manual

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BREVILLE Fast Slow Go User Manual

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At Breville® we are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition, we ask that you exercise a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions.


  • Remove and safely discard any packing materials and promotional labels before using the pressure cooker for the first time.
  • To eliminate a choking hazard for young children, remove and safely discard the protective cover fitted to the power plug of this appliance.
  • Always ensure the appliance is properly assembled before use. Follow the instructions provided in this book.
  • Always insert the connector end of the power cord into the appliance inlet before inserting the power plug into the power outlet and switching on
    the appliance. Ensure the appliance inlet is completely dry before inserting the connector end of the power cord.
  • Take care to avoid spillage on the connector.
  • Before placing the removable cooking bowl into the base ensure the base of the bowl and the base of the appliance is dry by wiping them with a dry soft cloth.
  • Do not use a damaged removable cooking bowl. Replace before using.
  • Do not place food or liquid directly into the base. Only the removable cooking bowl is designed to contain food or liquid.
  • Never operate the cooker without food and liquid in the removable cooking bowl. Ensure a combined minimum of 4 cups (1 Liter) of food and/ or liquid when cooking. Using less than 4 cups can result in a reduction of pressurization.


BREVILLE Fast Slow Go Fig 1

A. Pressure Release Valve Automatically controls the rate at which steam is released from the cooker.
B. Pressure Safety Valve
C. Dishwasher Safe Removable Lid
D. Safety Locking Pin Pin pops up once pressure is reached acting as a safety locking device.
E. Silicone Lid Seal Easy fitting for hassle-free assembly and cleaning.
F. Sealing Nut
G. 6 quarts (6 Liters) Removable Cooking Bowl
H. Lid Arm
I. Easy Clean Moat Catches condensation drips for a mess-free clean up.
J. Condensation Drip Cup
K. Stainless Trivet Raises food out of liquid for roasting and steaming.



  1. Remove and safely discard any packaging material, promotional labels, and tape from the cooker.
  2. Open the lid by turning the lid knob counterclockwise and lifting the lid up and off the appliance until it is in the hinged open position. Unscrew and remove the sealing nut from the center of the lid and pull the lid away to remove it from the lid arm.
  3. Wash the lid, removable cooking bowl, and silicone lid seal in hot, soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly. Wipe the inside and outside of the base with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
  4. Attach the clear silicone lid seal securely around the wire ring on the underside of the lid. Adjust position if necessary, so that it sits comfortably and is free from any distortions.
    BREVILLE Fast Slow Go Fig 2
  5. To reattach the lid, orient the lid so that the Steam Release Valve housing is to the rear of the unit, and then align the center of the lid with the bolt on the underside of the lid arm and push into position to expose the screw thread. Secure the lid by screwing on the sealing nut so that the red seal touches the lid surface.


The Fast Slow GO™ features 6 Cooking Preset Settings; Pressure Cook, Slow Cook, Reduce, Sauté/Sear, Steam, and Sous Vide. It also features 8 Food Presets: Soup, Stock, Meat, Stew, Legumes, Rice/Grains, Risotto, and Yogurt.

The control panel displays 8 available food presets for easy selection. Pressing any of the 8 food presets will use the default settings to achieve the best food results for that particular type of food. This includes changing to ‘PRESSURE COOK’ or ‘SLOW COOK’ mode. Depending on the cooking mode, pressing a food preset button will adjust the PRESSURE or TEMPERATURE levels, the cooking time, and the pressure release mode, as well as turning on and off the KEEP WARM button.

The cooking time, KEEP WARM or DELAY START, can all be adjusted while remaining in the selected food preset. However, any change to pressure or temperature levels, or pressure release setting (depending on what mode the product is in) will change the unit to custom mode. The table below shows, when selecting a food menu, certain food can be cooked by either pressing ‘PRESSURE COOK’ or ‘SLOW COOK’.


Pressure Cooking is a method of cooking food in a small amount of liquid with a gasket-sealed lid that retains steam inside and builds pressure. It is the increase in pressure that raises the temperature of the liquid and steam inside to well above boiling point and therefore allows food to be cooked up to 70% faster. This means less energy is consumed and you will enjoy substantial savings in both time and cost. Because pressure-cooked foods require very little cooking liquid, more vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients are retained, and the natural flavors are enhanced.

  1. Adjust the cooking pressure by using the PRESSURE/TEMPERATURE (+/-) buttons. Pressure can be adjusted from 1.5 psi (LOW) to 12 psi (HIGH).
  2. The figure on the LED screen indicates the preset cooking time for the selected setting. Adjust the cooking time by using the TIME (+ / -) buttons (next to the 4-digit display) to reduce the cooking time or increase the cooking time. Time can be adjusted up to 2 hours.
  3. Press the STEAM RELEASE button to select between ‘NATURAL’, ‘AUTO QUICK’, and PULSE steam release.
  4. Place food into the removable cooking bowl. Ensure there is at least 4 cups (1L) of combined food and liquid in the cooking bowl.

Care & Cleaning

Before cleaning, remove the power plug from the power outlet and remove the connector end of the power cord from the cooker base. Allow the cooker and all accessories to cool completely before disassembling and cleaning. Wash the removable cooking vessel with warm soapy water and a clean soft cloth or sponge. Rinse with clean water and dry thoroughly.


BREVILLE Fast Slow Go Fig 3



BREVILLE Fast Slow Go User Manual

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