Already bought a good blender but now needs a good juicer. What to get? Philips f.ex. make claim that their more expenive slow juicer will open up the cells and squeeze out the goodness like vitamins and minerals into the juice.
Any other idea? It needs to be able to juice vegetables and be pretty easy to clean.
Yes, the "masticating" juicers are supposed to pull out more nutrition than some of the other juicers. I have one of these, an Omega 8001 that I must have purchased 18 years ago! The equivalent model of this today is the Omega 8007:
After some research I found kuvings is supposed to have good blenders that will hold, maybe the best on the market for private use. We'll see If I invest in one but until then I will squeeze them in the old manual handsqueezer.