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Fo3
Feb 14, 2004
Interested party

Fenrir posted:

The best thing ever for grinding up home grown dried peppers, and I use it like a religion.
Then you get chilli in everything.
I use a cheap blade coffee grinder for chillies (as I have more of them and do bigger batches than I do with spices to grind)
I use the mortar and pestle for grinding toasted seeds, like cumin, coriander etc as part of a recipe prep.

E: as far as food processors, I have to give a shout out to babby's first processor, the philips.
Comes with a blender, processor, and a mini processor (good for nuts and tahini making) http://www.philips.com.au/c-p/HR776...-food-processor

It's not all powerful, it won't blow you away, I also have the powerful breville blender for that. But a good thing to get if you're not sure how much you'll use a processor before buying something more expensive. Small mainbowl suits small servings - I often have to do two batches for falafels or a soup to serve 4-6, but sometimes a small bowl is handy, like when making mayo. Anyway, worth a look for people only making dinner for 1 or 2. It's lighweight and small.

Fo3 fucked around with this message at Nov 8, 2015 around 11:15

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