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It sure can, you can vary the coarseness of the grinding depending on how big you'd like the insect chunks. Grasshoppers get stuck though.
By Pen Name on 15 February 2015
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It is as long as the spices are about coffee bean size or smaller. If you tried whole nutmegs then they wouldn't pass through to the grinder. Hope this helps!
By George Donaldson on 23 March 2014
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For 18 grams iIt takes me around 3-5 minutes
By Panagiotis on 11 December 2014
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I tend to clean it whenever i change the beans i use or between each new packet.
If you leave it too long between cleans the coffee remnants that remain will get stale and affect the flavour of your espresso.
Its easy to clean, use a milk bottle brush and/or a sponge. Completely dismantle it to do so. The glass con… see more
I tend to clean it whenever i change the beans i use or between each new packet.
If you leave it too long between cleans the coffee remnants that remain will get stale and affect the flavour of your espresso.
Its easy to clean, use a milk bottle brush and/or a sponge. Completely dismantle it to do so. The glass container can go in your dishwasher (if you have one) but with the rest, try to avoid using soap but if you gave to rinse it very thoroughly.
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By Chalkus on 24 May 2014
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Intriguing question! to find out I took my spice grinder (rather than my coffee grinder - I have two) and tried it. Without altering the settings it produced a coarse grained powder. So I dropped the setting down to it's finest and did it again! It did produce a fine powder but I wouldn't call it flour, very clos… see more Intriguing question! to find out I took my spice grinder (rather than my coffee grinder - I have two) and tried it. Without altering the settings it produced a coarse grained powder. So I dropped the setting down to it's finest and did it again! It did produce a fine powder but I wouldn't call it flour, very close mind - guess it depends how coarse you need it! Just one other thing it was extremely hard work at that setting to produce much, guess it depends on how much you'd want! Personally I'd be inclined to use a different system (my grain mill! which I use for that purpose occasionally using the steel plates) but at a push and if only a small amount was required, the grinder would give a coarse "flour" but it seems a shame to use it for this work, it is "man enough" to do the job but would you want a lot of hard work and take the risk of ruining such a beautiful machine? Hope this helps. see less
By Michael Eaton on 11 September 2014
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Yes it can, the grind is adjustable fine to course for a cafetiere
By Give it the Beans Ltd on 01 December 2015 SELLER
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It depends on what you define as coarse. It does a good grind for French Press.
By RDOmaster on 24 February 2016
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The ceramic burrs in the grinder can be easily adjusted to produce as fine or as coarse a consistency as you may desire. And yes, the finer end of the scale is perfect for espresso machines.
By Amazon Customer on 27 October 2015
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It is not something that I would ever want to do so have not tried it. Sorry I can't answer your question.
By Emiel Aiken on 05 January 2015
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I bought one of these and there were no extra costs
By Amazon Customer on 13 May 2014