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Blade coffee grinder sounds like an oxymoron to me.
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Blade coffee grinder sounds like an oxymoron to me.
The bodum burr grinder is fantastic.
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Blade coffee grinder sounds like an oxymoron to me.
How is the genius way to grind the coffee?
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The bodum burr grinder is fantastic.
the bodum Burr grinder is good if get it for cheap. major flaw I found is you have to smack the thing a few times to get all the grinds out.
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Would this work for herbs
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Blade grinders inherently give you inconsistent results. To get a precise grind every time, you must use an exact amount of beans each time and grind it for precisely the same amount of time.

I've also found blade grinders like the kitchenaid seem to pulverize the coffee coffee on the bottom but leave larger pieces higher up.

Burr grinders are far superior imo because you fill the hopper and set the dial or distance between burrs which minimizes inconsistent grinds. The distance between the burrs determines coarseness and because it's set mechanically it should lead to consistent grinds throughout the individual batch as well as across multiple cups of coffee.

Ps I love coffee
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Blade grinders inherently give you inconsistent results. To get a precise grind every time, you must use an exact amount of beans each time and grind it for precisely the same amount of time.

I've also found blade grinders like the kitchenaid seem to pulverize the coffee coffee on the bottom but leave larger pieces higher up.

Burr grinders are far superior imo because you fill the hopper and set the dial or distance between burrs which minimizes inconsistent grinds. The distance between the burrs determines coarseness and because it's set mechanically it should lead to consistent grinds throughout the individual batch as well as across multiple cups of coffee.

Ps I love coffee
Burr grinders are definitely nice. But they are typically larger than the blade kind shown here.
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Blade grinders inherently give you inconsistent results. To get a precise grind every time, you must use an exact amount of beans each time and grind it for precisely the same amount of time.

I've also found blade grinders like the kitchenaid seem to pulverize the coffee coffee on the bottom but leave larger pieces higher up.

Burr grinders are far superior imo because you fill the hopper and set the dial or distance between burrs which minimizes inconsistent grinds. The distance between the burrs determines coarseness and because it's set mechanically it should lead to consistent grinds throughout the individual batch as well as across multiple cups of coffee.

Ps I love coffee
I would also add that with blade grinders you can also burn the grounds with the friction the blade spinning creates.


P.S. I also love coffee Thumbup
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Burr grinders are definitely nice. But they are typically larger than the blade kind shown here.
And, it costs more $$$.
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the bodum Burr grinder is good if get it for cheap. major flaw I found is you have to smack the thing a few times to get all the grinds out.
the on/off switch on our bodum burr grinder gets stuck.
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Thanx in for 1
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The bodum burr grinder is fantastic.
I don't see it on the website.
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I can see no free shipping in cart. Is free shipping available now?
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