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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.
By Rachel on May 25, 2014
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I just put some almonds in there and it made it into a meal. It was pretty moist; if you pinched some between your fingers, it would stick together. I'm sure you could easily incorporate it into bread dough or batters, though.
By J. Gunderssen on January 31, 2014
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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.

By D. Hurst on March 9, 2014
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There is no hole on top. This is a coffee grinder and should be used as a coffee grinder only, If you want to grind other things like herbs by the appropriate equipment. Because you would have to clean this each time you want to grind coffee or herbs but there is no container that you can detach and clean so that could… see more There is no hole on top. This is a coffee grinder and should be used as a coffee grinder only, If you want to grind other things like herbs by the appropriate equipment. Because you would have to clean this each time you want to grind coffee or herbs but there is no container that you can detach and clean so that could be damaging the equipment if you had to clean it. When you buy something that grind herbs etc.. you detach that part and then you clean it. Here you would have to clean the whole thing. Could be bad with putting water in that equipment. see less
By Andre Plessis on February 1, 2016
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This Proctor Silex grinder is 7" high with the lid on, 10 1/2" in circumference, and it weighs about 1 lb. There's room for apprx. 5 small scoops of beans in the chamber (enough for 5 small cups of coffee). The 25" cord retracts into the base for easy storage.
By Tom S. on September 6, 2013
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Not water proof. To clean you have to use a damp cloth to wipe it out. I just use a papertowel. Not sure about spices, because it's very hard to get everything out.
By Lauren Crandall on March 22, 2016
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Yes, it works great for grinding spices; that's what I use it for.
By Janelle Beyer on September 15, 2013
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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.
By Maria Chee on July 29, 2014
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Hi Emily D. I'm pretty certain that it will handle seed well, cause I have used various roasts of whole coffee beans which it handles powerfully and very well, so for seeds, should be just as good!
By AJ475 on March 11, 2016