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  1. #1
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    Best grinders for seasonings

    I just recently picked up a cheap battery operated pepper mill thinking I'd try out not wearing my wrist out to season a meal. Found out it actually does work but could be better. What is the very best grinder/mill for pepper, salt and other seasonings? Anyone find battery operated that works well and holds a good amount? This cheap one is flimsy and WILL break, probably sooner rather than later. Since I realized the better quality of the fresh ground stuff I've been buying everything I can unground!
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    Mrs reb77, I like my cuisinart coffee grinder to work on every seed I want to be powder in seconds.. It is not battery operated so guess that makes it grind faster. I like you love fresh ground pepper and other seasonings
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    You can get monteal steak seasonings in their own grinder now--good stuff!
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    I still love the old school Mortar and Pestle
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    Well, you're no help!

    Guess I oughta research on line. Problem is, they look nice and then you get it and its a cheap piece of plastic gizmo that'll break ASAP. That's what I have now (yeah, the picture looked like stainless steel or chrome) and I know it won't last long. Gears appear to all be plastic as well.
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