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Electric Coffee Grinder 200 Watt Double Stainless Steel Blades $13.17

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Specification: Material: BPA free Plastic, Stainless steel blades
Capacity: 50 grams
Power: 200 W - Power Supply: 110 Volt
Dimensions: 6.14" x 3.62" x 3.62"

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Okay for spices, but if you're going to go through the effort of grinding your own coffee, there's no reason not to get a bur grinder instead.
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If you're gonna go blade grinder, Krups is still the standard.
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I dont drink coffee, but I am looking to grind dried mushrooms to fit them into capsules. Would this suffice or am I better going with these top notch brands like bur and krups?
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I dont drink coffee, but I am looking to grind dried mushrooms to fit them into capsules. Would this suffice or am I better going with these top notch brands like bur and krups?
Hi FBI, how you doing these days?
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If you're gonna go blade grinder, Krups is still the standard.
Only $2 more and available for pickup too.
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For anything hard like coffee beans or dried spices, a burr grinder is best. Gets as close as you can get in an automated way to mortar and pestle. For softer things, a blade grinder is best and will act much like a mini food processor. Chop chop!

Just ask yourself: do you want to crush or dice?

For a blade grinder, this will work fine. Or get the Krups if you are influenced by branding. Blade grinders are a dead simple design. Orrrr don't buy a blade "grinder" at all if you already have a good processor. Exact same concept, only a food processor will likely have a better motor.
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Yup, not for coffee unless you like that burned bean taste, go for Burr
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Bur grinder is overrated.
Fresh ground + (Moka pot OR French press) = great coffee.
I use a 25 year old blade grinder like this I bought for ~$10, and nurses look forward to my coffee.
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Lol k
Somewhat agree with lenovosux. Bur grinder gets a more consistent grind but with variations in beans and roasting, it's tough to say there is a perfect grind for specific bean and a blade will get you in the ballpark of suitable for your brewing technique. Not to mention having more and less extraction from a bean due to particle size can permit a more well rounded flavor profile. No matter how they are ground, freshly roasted and freshly ground beans are certainly the most important factors.
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Bur grinder is overrated.
Fresh ground + (Moka pot OR French press) = great coffee.
I use a 25 year old blade grinder like this I bought for ~$10, and nurses look forward to my coffee.
please, go on...
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Bur grinder is overrated.
Fresh ground + (Moka pot OR French press) = great coffee.
I use a 25 year old blade grinder like this I bought for ~$10, and nurses look forward to my coffee.
Just the nurses you say? What a strangely serial killerish thing to specify...
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Bur grinder is overrated.
Fresh ground + (Moka pot OR French press) = great coffee.
I use a 25 year old blade grinder like this I bought for ~$10, and nurses look forward to my coffee.
Agree 100%. My Melitta blade grinder is also 25 yrs old. Wife and I each grind our own batch every morning for our own French presses.
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I bought a burr grinder about 10 years ago and it still works to this day. I don't drink coffee daily but I can tell you the burr grinder is the way to go.
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