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Cole & Mason Salt & Pepper Mill. Salt Mill = $16.74. Pepper Mill = $19.99

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Amazon has Cole & Mason salt & pepper mill on sale today. Salt mill is $16.74 and pepper mill is $19.99. Both are historic low according to CCC. Regular price is $39.99. About 50% off +. Also America's Test Kitchen's most recommended mills.

Salt Mill:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003OIC...2NNPZZR2PT

Pepper Mill:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003OIC...dp_it&th=1
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Where do you get ungrounded pepper?
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Where do you get ungrounded pepper?
Any grocery store.
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Any grocery store.
The price at Walmart seems to be almost the same to just buy the pepper in their disposable pepper grinder. I want to save money so I'm trying to figure this out.
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Where do you get ungrounded pepper?
In the spice aisle of your local grocery store or farmers market.
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Fresh ground pepper has a stronger flavor, and you can find different types of peppercorns to grind if you are looking for a specific flavor. If you want to save money, just get the pre-ground stuff.
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The price at Walmart seems to be almost the same to just buy the pepper in their disposable pepper grinder. I want to save money so I'm trying to figure this out.
I own this set, it's been good to me. But if you want something similar and want to save money, here's an alternative:


Original Stainless Steel Salt and Pepper Grinder Set With Stand - Tall Salt and Pepper Shakers with Adjustable Coarseness - Salt Grinders and Pepper Mill Shaker Set https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N33U...5DbQ9PKNBX


There's also a $3 off coupon as well.
Customer service is top notch according to many. If you have a problem, the company seems to easily send out replacements
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I can never understand the salt grinders. Pepper sure, freshly ground is much more potent, the taste over pre ground is night and day. But salt? No difference at all. The only difference I can see is the size of the granules, which you can control by buying different types of pre ground.

For the pepper grinder, it makes sense to buy a decent one because the freebies you get with the corns are usually pretty bad.
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Seems not bad.
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Ordered both of them. Why not. Anyone know of a good link to buy good whole peppercorn online?
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I just get black peppercorn from Costco, seems to serve well.
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I own both of these. Great mills, would recommend.

Picking up another set as a gift, thanks.
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I wonder if these come with salt and pepper already in them?
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Ordered both of them. Why not. Anyone know of a good link to buy good whole peppercorn online?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HKNY...5DbMRQCTT4
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I wonder if these come with salt and pepper already in them?
mine did
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