Bin your NutriBullet and veg out with a slow juicer.
Makers of slow juicers maintain that their method of slowly crushing fruit and veg extracts more goodness than traditional centrifugal juicers, therefore they’re better machines for you to own. They’re certainly more expensive. While you can pick up a basic appliance for SGD87, to get something that handles both dense and fine foods, that preserves the cells within your food, you need to spend quite a bit more. That might help explain why slow juicers, also known as cold press or masticating juicers, have taken over from NutriBullets as the status kitchen gadget du jour. Look for one with a practical vertical-loading chute—they’re also easier to clean—then get used to life in the slow lane.