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silverman

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Anyone know where i could get an electric coffee grinder.For grinding 3-8mm pellets.
Not to expensive though [:D].

What do you use and how much did it set you back [?]
 
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pauln

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I use a kenwood liquidiser I do about 1/4 pint a time have found 8mm are better for some reason
 

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This is what you want Jeff

http://www.auravita.com/product/Mortar-And-Pestle-10cm-Ceramic-Cream.FRND10269.html?RefId=220&adid=FRND10269

plenty of elbow grease needed tho [:T]



Originally posted by silverman

Anyone know where i could get an electric coffee grinder.For grinding 3-8mm pellets.
Not to expensive though [:D].

What do you use and how much did it set you back [?]
 

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Motors on electric grinders won't last long. Meat mincers don't work very well. This is the best grinder that I have found . 12.99 delivered. Works a treat.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=360254010117&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT
 

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Originally posted by Auto

Motors on electric grinders won't last long. Meat mincers don't work very well. This is the best grinder that I have found . 12.99 delivered. Works a treat.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=360254010117&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT

Would this grind up Vitalin to a powder? maybe what I'm after.
 

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Originally posted by zenith20

Have you tried one of those Korda grinder things?

Got the large krusher, its great for boilies and pellets, its ok for the soft stuff in Vitalin but it needs something a bit more agressive.
 

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Originally posted by Swingtipper

Originally posted by Auto

Motors on electric grinders won't last long. Meat mincers don't work very well. This is the best grinder that I have found . 12.99 delivered. Works a treat.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=360254010117&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT

Would this grind up Vitalin to a powder? maybe what I'm after.

I whizz my vitalin in a normal kitchen blender that I got from ASDA. Does the job great, thought I only do three-four pound at a time, anymore and I reckon the motor would start to burn out.

Should have said 3-4 pound in a blending session, I 3/4 fill the jug, probably do it in three or four goes
 
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BarryC

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Another Moulinex here. Only does small quantities at a time but works well.
 
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