but, if i'm only drinking drip coffee, is the grinder still as important? should i still get a burr grinder, or will the cost of burr grinder be out of proportion to the difference it
i think a standalone grinder made of metal is a no brainer. i've used manual grinders, electric grinders made with as much plastic that the manufacturer can get away with, and electric
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food trends; entertaining; in search of affordable burr coffee grinders. by sarah perry. april 23, 2013 edit. still, if you grind only a small amount of coffee each day, you might
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absolutely agree if you're a restaurant, use the very expensive attachment for the very expensive hobart, they last forever. if you're just making it for yourself at home,
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i'm definitely leaning against the 'affordable' electric burr grinder, in part because that's what i'm currently having problems with. though i wondered whether it was
you do have to make small batches and be careful not to over grind, but it will do the job. you could even use a cleaver or large chef's knife it you're making just a pound or two
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is there some reason you want a manual? $80 you are buying the better part of a good electric conical burr grinder. we have a capresso 560, i think we paid about $120 for it a couple
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does anyone use a manual grinder for a press pot on a regular basis? i'm looking for a reliable way to coarse grind my coffee for under $50. i searched this board and googled a little,