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Cuisinart SG-10 Electric Spice-and-Nut Grinder

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  • Electric spice-and-nut grinder with durable stainless-steel blades
  • Heavy-duty motor; push-top lid for simple on/off control
  • Bowl holds 90 grams; extra storage space in lid; nonslip rubber feet
  • Dishwasher-safe lid and bowl; instruction manual with recipes included
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 6 x 9 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001C2GWTI
  • Item model number: SG-10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (285 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,716 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

There's nothing quite like the smell and taste of freshly ground spices. And with the Cuisinart Spice and Nut Grinder it's easier than ever to efficiently rind any spice or create original, tantalizing spice blends. The blade is exclusively designed to grid spices and nuts and the simple press-down lid starts the grinding process with one touch, sealing in all the finely ground spices.

Note:Please make sure the lid is locked in place and the appropriate amount of spices are loaded in the unit


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Customer Reviews

Perfect for grinding seeds and spices!
pip
The first one - motor stopped working the first time I used it.
PC
The motor burned out and stopped working after only two uses.
Arturo Iglesias

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

192 of 193 people found the following review helpful By H Hog on February 8, 2009
I bought it specifically for grinding whole flax seed. It grinds it to perfection in seconds. Although I use it for other nuts too, which I am extremely happy with it all. It is a snap to use, and is super super easy to clean, takes up little space on the countertop. Note that not wanting the lid to become foggy (as some plastics do in high heat) I no longer use the drying/heat function on my dishwasher, so after going thru the cycle it comes out like new everytime. If you are the kind of person who likes to have the cords tucked into the appliance then you may be a little disappointed as the cord takes a little fiddling to get it coiled back into the housing unit. In my personal opinion I think this product is superb, and I would not hesitate to recommend it.
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217 of 222 people found the following review helpful By Cookworm on August 3, 2009
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So I'm a spice freak. I have more than a hundred spices in my pantry and like to grind my own spice mixes using whole spices. After breaking two coffee grinders trying to grind spices in them, I tried this little gem. I've had it for almost 6 months and it works wonderfully well! I've ground hard and soft spices in it and it breaks them all down in a few pulses. I've even used it to grind wet spices in small quantities with equal success.

Pros:

1. It works for both wet and dry spices.
2. The cup and the lid can both be put in the dishwasher- no need to risk cutting your hands on the blade!
3. The cup has an inner rubber lid that can be used to store spices in the cup if you want to (I never do, but still..)

Cons:

1. After grinding, there is always spice dust on the outer edge of the grinder and in the crevices that has to be cleaned.
2. Because the lid itself is used to push down and grind, it does not fit securely on the body of the grinder when not in use. I'm always scared that the lid is going to fall off and break one day.

All in all, I'm happy with the product and would purchase it again.

Edited to add (08/01/10):

After more than a year of regular use (bye bye warranty), the cup has jammed into the base and will not come off. The machine still works, but since the grinding base is jammed and the cup itself is loose, spinning around when you hold the lid down, you can't grind anything. So long, Cuisinart. It was good while it lasted.
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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By L. Saini on January 2, 2009
This spice grinder is exactly what I was looking for. It ground all my spices, even cinnamon and nutmeg, to a fine texture. I have a Cuisinart coffee grinder which I tried to grind spices, but it didn't grind spices as fine as I wanted.
The lid did not "cloud" over like it does with some grinders when you grind some hard stuff in it (cinnamon, nutmeg).
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76 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Geller Katz on May 3, 2009
As with other reviewers I was very excited to finally own a spice and nut grinder. For years I had been using my electric coffee grinder to do the job and it really works very well but you have to clean the residual coffee grounds out every time you use it. At first glance the design of the Cuisinart SG-10 Electric Spice-and-Nut Grinder had everything I was looking for: One touch easy use, removable stainless steel grinding bowl for easing cleaning and a nice slick stainless steel outer case. The bad news is that what is on the inside, mainly the motor,evidently has some sort of design defect. I noticed a strange smell eminated from the motor the very first time I used it. I continued to use it once every day for 15-second intervals to grind small amounts of flax seed. I also attempted to grind almonds once and the grinder did not grind them at all, but just chiped them up. The last straw came when I ground my morning flax seed and the motor began to audibly vary its speed until finally a plume of smoke snaked its way out of the power cord hole, an aparent indication that the motor had bid its final farewell and had burned out. I should have listened to the earlier reviewer who after having a similar problem, ended up rewiring the darn thing himself! Do yourself a favor and buy a second coffee grinder. It works infinately better for smaller batches of nuts. Unless of course you want to go nuts.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By M. Joyce on December 14, 2008
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I grind spices regularly, especially dried chili's, and found this product well-designed for that task. Easy to use, and easy to clean...
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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Dr D on May 3, 2009
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My Krups GX4100 kicked the bucket after less than one year of moderate to heavy use and I decided it was easier to repurchase than to bother with the warranty. I got this Cuisinart to replace it. The difference is immense. Not unlike the Krups, the Cuisinart is very handsome and worthy of display in a contemporary kitchen. Where it excels though is function. In seconds it grinds whole spices to a fine powder. What would take 2 minutes in the Krups takes less than 30 seconds in this baby. With the Krups there would be a few pieces that didn't get ground, but with the Cuisinart there is nothing but powder. It even ground whole turmeric without breaking a sweat (if you've ever worked with whole turmeric you will know that short of perhaps solid granite this has to be the ultimate test of a spice grinder's worthiness). Add to that the detachable basin for easy clean-up, the cool factor of the on/off mechanism (lightly press down the lid for on and release for off), and the spice oil protection (the clear cover does not contact the spices directly so no clove/allspice/cinnamon stains) and you've got yourself a perfect and flawless spice grinder.
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