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Mains Plug already fitted and blitz my seeds perfectly.
By Lambokit on 09 March 2015
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The instruction booklet only mentions dried herbs and spices, however the James Martin spice grinder recipe booklet supplied with my machine give you mixes to grind and one includes fresh mint leaves, another includes lemon zest. I hope this helps.
By Amazon Customer on 15 November 2013
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I find my mini chopper is a better tool for wet marinades
By Avril Gordon on 11 May 2015
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Ive never used it for flour, but i would imagine its a little too small for flour. Its only good for a few spoonfuls of coffee or spices.
By Big J on 15 November 2014
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yes you can grind up any herbs and spices - this is the best machine Ive brought in a long time
By Paul Alcock on 14 November 2015
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Hi Valerie. You often can't get into plugs these days, but if you can try a new 3amp fuse - cheaper than a new grinder, but having it repaired would probably cost more than a new one. For another time when you have a larger quantity or something tough, try doing several batches and/or doing it in very short bursts at a… see more Hi Valerie. You often can't get into plugs these days, but if you can try a new 3amp fuse - cheaper than a new grinder, but having it repaired would probably cost more than a new one. For another time when you have a larger quantity or something tough, try doing several batches and/or doing it in very short bursts at a time. Good luck! see less
By Mary Lizzie on 07 September 2014
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Anne, if you haven't purchased it, don't bother, mine melted the central drive on the drive shaft. I've subsequently purchased the cuisinart grinder and I'm very pleased with that. If you have bought it already use it in short bursts so it doesn't melt. Cheers
By Kevin Turland on 11 March 2016
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I'm sorry but I don't understand your question. What plug? Out of where?
By K Hewitt on 12 February 2014
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Dont buy. It just breaks down after 9months. Check the poor reviews online and you find it seems good at first and just does not last. I was only using it for the occasional morning coffee. Nuts would likely wear it down quicker.
By Dr on 30 October 2015
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