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  1. #1
    lilycheese Guest

    Default Need a new grinder?


    was wondering what grinder to buy now,cuz my old one died totally.
    my hubby wanna take this Coffee Grinder,I am hesitate to make a
    decision.anyone have ideas?

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    lilycheese

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    Kent Guest

    Default Re: Need a new grinder?


    "lilycheese" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >
    > was wondering what grinder to buy now,cuz my old one died totally.
    > my hubby wanna take this Coffee Grinder,I am hesitate to make a
    > decision.anyone have ideas?
    >
    > 'Gift Ideas for Every Occasion - product personalized-gift-ideas'
    > (http://tinyurl.com/6bweldj)
    >
    > --
    > lilycheese
    >
    >

    I have one of these Kitchen Aid Pro grinders and like it a lot. It grinds
    uniformly as you want. It's expensive. I got it at Costco for under $100.
    http://www.amazon.com/KitchenAid-Cof...9673346&sr=1-4

    On that same Amazon page there is also reference to a Capresso burr grinder.
    I know this is a respected burr grinder. I don't know anything more than
    that. The other grinder in the "burr" category is the Baratza Coffee
    Grinder you're asking about.

    All of these are a step above the conical grinder in a Cuisinart product.
    I've had two of them self wear the grinding wheel out. They are available at
    a very good price at Costco. Depending on your needs and price limitation[s]
    that is a decent choice. It doesn't don't give you the uniform grind you
    ideally want. It is much better than the "whirr" grinders.

    Good Luck

    Kent




  3. #3
    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Need a new grinder?

    On Wed, 9 Mar 2011 08:41:15 +0000, lilycheese
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >was wondering what grinder to buy now,cuz my old one died totally.
    >my hubby wanna take this Coffee Grinder,I am hesitate to make a
    >decision.anyone have ideas?
    >
    >'Gift Ideas for Every Occasion - product personalized-gift-ideas'
    >(http://tinyurl.com/6bweldj)


    I have the Maestro, excellent.

  4. #4
    cshenk Guest

    Default Re: Need a new grinder?

    "lilycheese" wrote

    > was wondering what grinder to buy now,cuz my old one died totally.
    > my hubby wanna take this Coffee Grinder,I am hesitate to make a
    > decision.anyone have ideas?


    > 'Gift Ideas for Every Occasion - product personalized-gift-ideas'
    > (http://tinyurl.com/6bweldj)


    It's a good unit Lily though you can get a workable one for far less if you
    shop about. It won't be the same quality at 19.99 of course!

    I have the simple version. Braun I think? I actually have 3 of them. 1
    does just coffee, one does aromatic herbs and the other does harder spices
    (star anise, cardamom). Black pepper has it's own table top manual grinder.

    I also have 2 meat grinders. One is an old manual unit (useful for small
    amounts still) and the other is a heavy duty Tasin used to make sausages and
    grind raw meaty bones ('RMB' for Dogs) (chicken necks and backbones, legs,
    wings, bone in breast, bone in leg quarters etc).

    We took to making all our own ground beef some time back after one too many
    scares with recalls.


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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Need a new grinder?

    On Wed, 9 Mar 2011 08:41:15 +0000, lilycheese
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >was wondering what grinder to buy now,cuz my old one died totally.
    >my hubby wanna take this Coffee Grinder,I am hesitate to make a
    >decision.anyone have ideas?


    Ask in the alt.coffee newsgroup for authoritative recommendations in
    any given price range. You probably won't find any useful information
    concerning making coffee in this newsgroup.

    Also, www.wholelattelove.com has a good section on grinders, with
    reviews of each one.

    -- Larry


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    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Need a new grinder?

    [email protected] wrote:
    lilychees wrote:
    >>
    >>was wondering what grinder to buy now,cuz my old one died totally.
    >>my hubby wanna take this Coffee Grinder,I am hesitate to make a
    >>decision.anyone have ideas?

    >
    >Ask in the alt.coffee newsgroup for authoritative recommendations in
    >any given price range. You probably won't find any useful information
    >concerning making coffee in this newsgroup.


    Not from you, Lawrrrry!

  7. #7
    lilycheese Guest

    Default Re: Need a new grinder?


    pltrgyst@xho[email protected];1590285 Wrote:
    > On Wed, 9 Mar 2011 08:41:15 +0000, lilycheese
    > [email protected] wrote:
    > -
    >
    > was wondering what grinder to buy now,cuz my old one died totally.
    > my hubby wanna take this Coffee Grinder,I am hesitate to make a
    > decision.anyone have ideas?-
    >
    > Ask in the alt.coffee newsgroup for authoritative recommendations in
    > any given price range. You probably won't find any useful information
    > concerning making coffee in this newsgroup.
    >
    > Also, 'Espresso Machines; Espresso Coffee Makers; Coffee Makers from
    > Wholelattelove: Capresso, Jura, Saeco, Gaggia, Rancilio, Nespresso'
    > (http://www.wholelattelove.com) has a good section on grinders, with
    > reviews of each one.
    >
    > -- Larry


    good place,Id have a look




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    lilycheese

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