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can you grind salt with this
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Will this grind seed and nut flours (not butters), and will it grind small grains like millet and buckwheat? How about garbanzos?
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What is the capacity of the bowl?
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how much does this food mill weigh
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where is this made and how much does it hold?
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can you grind salt with this
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Will this grind seed and nut flours (not butters), and will it grind small grains like millet and buckwheat? How about garbanzos?
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What is the capacity of the bowl?
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how much does this food mill weigh
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where is this made and how much does it hold?

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Waring Commercial Spice Grinder

Professional spice grinder; 8 in (H) x 4 3/4 in (W) x 5 1/2 in (D); Finely grinds cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, peppercorns, salts and much more in seconds; Pulse actuation to easily manage consistency of grind; Includes 3 fully removable and dishwasher-safe stainless steel grinding bowls with storage lids; 19,000 RPM; Stainless steel blades; Note: Includes power cord & plug (NEMA 5-15P; One year limited warranty; ETL listed; NSF certified
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How fine does this grind spices?

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The answer is “pretty fine”. It is a push to grind machine. The longer you grind the finer it becomes. The shorter, the more course the results.

The machine can go very fine on things like black pepper, sea salt, dried herbs, dried chiles. Things like cinnamon and nutmeg get very fine, but they bring oil with them. If you grind them too fine they get sticky. That can be the nature of fresh spices. Ground cinnamon will not look like what you get at the store, close though. But, the flavor is amazing compared to pre-ground cinnamon.
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What is the capacity of the bowl?

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The bowl is 3.75" in diameter, and 3.88" tall. For more info, click the "learn more" tab.
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Will this grind seed and nut flours (not butters), and will it grind small grains like millet and buckwheat? How about garbanzos?

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I'm not sure. It's fine for grinding nuts, as for the other stuff, I'd assume it would work fine, as long as you're not putting anything unreasonably hard in there. I'm attaching the spec sheet.

http://www.etundra.com/ShowDocument...

For additional info, call Waring direct at (800) 492-7464
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can you grind salt with this

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Thanks for reaching out to Tundra Restaurant Supply with your question.

Yes, the Waring WSG30 Commercial Spice Grinder can be used to grind and prepare salt.
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