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Proctor Silex E160BY Fresh Grind Coffee Grinder, White
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I use mine to grind flax seeds, works fine. Haven't tried peanuts, I don't think that it would work too well, I think you would need a more powerful machine.
May 25, 2014 by Rachel
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Melissa, I used it to grind rice into rice flour on occasion, and didn't have any trouble. I suspect it would do almonds just fine.
Mar 9, 2014 by D. Hurst
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spices Sep 15, 2013
Yes, it works great for grinding spices; that's what I use it for.
Sep 15, 2013 by Janelle Beyer
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I only use it to grind spices and usually grind just a little bit so I did not know right away. Last night I measured my peppercorns without grinding them. It measured one tablespoonful to reach just under the grinding blades, and about at least 4 tablespoonfuls to reach the rim like shown in the picture.
Jul 29, 2014 by Maria Chee
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I would estimate two to two and a half tablespoons worth. About enough for one very strong cup or two normal cups.
Dec 30, 2013 by Fran
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We use a 1/8-cup measure as a coffee scoop. We use 3 and a half scoops to make a little pot of espresso and four scoops to make a 12-cup pot of drip coffee. That's about the capacity of the grinder.
Nov 10, 2013 by Denali
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Blades spin only while switch is depressed. By the time the lid is removed the momentum of the spinning blades has ceased.
Jul 13, 2014 by Resident
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It does for me, I buy beans, grind and am sipping a great espresso as I write.....
Jul 16, 2014 by Jason C.Sharpe
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Where is it made? Jul 14, 2014
Made in China.
Jul 15, 2014 by Joel De Los Santos
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