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I guess both food processors and blenders would act like big blade grinders. Blade grinders give particles of a wide range of sizes, from fine dust to chunks. This gives uneven flavor extraction (if you can taste it), and requires the use of the finest filter. If I had to choose, a small food processor might be superior, since the blades on blenders are ...


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Just think that your drink, coffee, is around 97-98% water so you need quality water to make a quality cup of coffee due the following: Tap water, beside the calcium, will have additional components and too much calcium will give a taste of acidity to the coffee, calcium makes the water harder. In order to get a fruity taste from your cup of coffee you need ...


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If you have to choose between those two evils, use the food processor. It is made for reducing solid food to crumbs. A blender is something entirely else - it is meant for turning mushy food into a uniform liquid. While you can try throwing dry food into a blender, you 1) get a worse result, and 2) risk damaging the blender. I will also note that neither ...


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I used to use a spice grinder until I got a good burr grinder. It doesn't give a perfectly even grind, but it works well enough. The downside really is you have to dedicate it to coffee… unless you like cumin-flavoured coffee every once in a while. A blender or food processor will make an even worse job of sizing the grind. It's probably worth trying each ...


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Bottled water is not typically safer than tap water.In fact more than haft of all bottled water comes from the tap.Buying Bottled water is like pouring money down the drain.


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