Is this a wet grinder ? Can I add water to something and make a paste ?
asked by A. Shrivastava on February 17, 2013
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I don't think there is a shaft seal. When I put water in the cup to wash it, small drops come through. I only use it to grind dried flowers, like chamomile and calendula.
David Green answered on February 18, 2013
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We have never used it for wet grinding nor made any paste with this grinder. We bought this twice from Amazon and both the time it worked only for few days and then died. So not sure this perticular product of Cuisinart is really came out to be bad for us.
Rajib L. Panda answered on February 17, 2013
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I haven't tried adding liquids, but I bet you can add a few drops of liquid or oil. But don't think of this as a mini food processor, it's very small capacity. Mine still works, but the blades got dull after about a year. That's my only complaint.
VeganMommy512 answered on February 18, 2013
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I would think so. I used it mostly to make my vegan parmesean with almonds and miso paste. Obviously, miso paste isnt water but its the same principle. The oils in the nuts will make it into a paste. What are you looking to grind? If u like ill try it and see if it works.
calc chick answered on February 17, 2013
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