How to use Coffee-grinder in a sentence

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  • Use a coffee grinder to grind the star anise to a powder.

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  • Wega Max 6.4 espresso coffee grinder £ 330.00 + VAT The workhorse commercial grinder manufactured by Compak.

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  • Grind the herbs together with a mortar and pestle or in a coffee grinder until they are a fine powder.

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  • For the coffee connoisseur, a KitchenAid coffee grinder is an absolute necessity.

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  • The KitchenAid coffee grinder is not your typical coffee grinder.

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  • While most coffee grinders are small units made of plastic, this coffee grinder is made of die-cast metal and is much bigger.

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  • As such, it's considered a sturdier coffee grinder than most other models.

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  • However, if you truly believe that a cup of coffee tastes different based on the process used to grind the coffee beans, then the KitchenAid coffee grinder is likely worth your investment.

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  • While many cheaper coffee grinders need to be replaced more frequently, your KitchenAid Burr Coffee Grinder is unlikely to need to be replaced for a very, very long time.

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  • There are more settings on this type of coffee grinder making it more versatile who those who truly are perfectionists about their brewed coffee.

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  • Oily beans tend to stick more in this particular model of coffee grinder.

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  • The larger blades work better with oily beans and while the coffee grinder will work with oily varieties, it is prone to clogging.

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  • The coffee grinder from KitchenAid runs around $200.00 so it is definitely an investment and probably only for those who really care about their coffee.

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  • However, for people who truly love coffee and like to experience the best pot possible, this coffee grinder is top notch.

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  • You can purchase the coffee grinder from most retail stores where other high end small kitchen appliances are sold.

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  • If you are a coffee connoisseur, you will want to make sure that you read coffee grinder ratings before you make an investment towards that perfect cup of morning coffee.

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  • Making a decision to purchase should be based on what you need, your budget, and the space you have availabile to store and use a coffee grinder.

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  • Before you read several coffee grinder ratings, it's important to decide first what type of coffee grinder might be right for your needs.

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  • This serves to narrow your search for the perfect coffee grinder down a little bit, but it also serves to help you discern various ratings.

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  • Once you decide what type of coffee grinder will best suit your needs, it's time to start comparing products.

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  • Krups fast touch coffee grinder is ideal for those who use machines with paper filters, and or those who are not making espresso.

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  • It is considered one of the best blade coffee grinders you can buy and some even say that it rivals a burr coffee grinder for the amount of money you spend.

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  • It is probably best suited to someone who really has a need for a quality coffee grinder but doesn't want to pay that quality coffee grinder price.

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  • The Mr. Coffee Electric coffee grinder has a lot going for it in that it's easy to clean, and is very economical.

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  • The KitchenAid Burr Coffee Grinder is a great burr coffee grinder although a little on the pricey side, generally costing between $180 and $220.

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  • The Breville Coffee Grinder is noted for producing superior tasting cups of coffee.

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  • Some complain that the coffee beans get stuck, but the machine is easily cleaned and stuck beans is a relatively common problem with this type of coffee grinder.

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  • The simplest method of preparing rice flour is to purchase whole grain white, wild, or brown rice and grind it in either a flour mill or a sturdy coffee grinder.

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  • There is a great emphasis on the word "sturdy" if you are going to use a coffee grinder because rice is a very hard grain.

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  • A weak coffee grinder will simply break from the pressure of the task and for this reason, some individuals employ a more "wet" method of grinding rice flour.

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