I have a nutmeg mill just for grinding whole nutmeg that I use nearly every day. A keep a pepper mill & salt grinder on the stove In between spice & herb grinds I run white rice to
I have used a Krups coffee mill for grinding dry spices but the Sumeet could handle larger quantities and get a more consistent finer grind. So yes being able to make smallish quantities
A ricer also works well but don t use a food mill with a grinding plate. It compresses the dough. A spätzle grater box grater or colander: with the soft almost batter-like texture
Most people use blade grinders for grinding up spices but they can work for coffee in a pinch. (about 20 grams) of dry uncooked rice to the hopper. Run the grinder until the rice
By the way I got very irritated putting Trader Joe s grey "French" sea salt in my grinder then finding out it was damp and wouldn t go through the grinding mechanism.
Qvc recently had a special for $400: a combo of the two speed unit and the extra dry grinding container (normally $150 extra) Now I m wondering if I should have gotten a variable speed
They are different. A food mills has a little bit of grinding but the idea is really more about "pressing" and "squeezing". You force the food through the