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Porcelain Spice Grinder
Porcelain Spice Grinder
All reviews come from Verified Purchases
Not what I expected
Perhaps it's my fault, but this spice grinder isn't what I expected. It's esthetically pleasing, but not really good at grinding. I tried to grind a small amount of red peppercorns. It doesn't grind uniformly, and I won't grind more than a small amount of spices very well. It's also pricey! I rarely return items and since I used it to grind the peppercorns, I didn't feel right about returning it, so I kept it. I'm happy I didn't order the bundle of 3 of them.
Verified PurchaseSubmitted on: 9/21/2018 Reviewed by: jelyapt
Beautiful but disappointing
It's difficult to grind a small amount of seeds because the center of the grinder is not long enough to reach all the way to the bottom grinding surface, causing the edges of the porcelain to squeak and grip together when trying to grind a small amount. I haven't used it with larger quantity of spices, so perhaps it would work OK for that amount. But the advantage I imagined of being able to produce small amounts of freshly ground spice was not realized......
Verified PurchaseSubmitted on: 7/14/2018 Reviewed by: normaburns
It's beautiful, but.....
It's difficult to grind a small amount of seeds because the center of the grinder is too long, causing the edges of the porcelain to squeak and grip together. I haven't used it with larger quantity of spices, so perhaps it would work OK for that amount. But the advantage I imagined of being able to produce small amounts of freshly ground spice is not realized......
Verified PurchaseSubmitted on: 6/6/2018 Reviewed by: normaburns
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