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Helena

Coffee Grinder?

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I've been making rice/millet porridge for breakfast . . . I just grind the uncooked grain in a coffee grinder and then cook it as porridge. It is cheaper in the long run than buying gluten-free rice cereal. I also use coffee grinder-ground grain in recipes . . . I make this one dessert recipe that I *love* with ground rice, millet, rice flour, tapioca starch (inspired by a ginger cookie recipe).

The model I am currently using is okay---I got:

cuisinart coffee grinder (<=I inserted a link here)

I like the fact that it has a removable stainless steel bowl that can go in the dishwasher. But what I don't like is that some of the ground grain gets under the steel bowl.

It would also be great if I could get one that ground the grain more finely----any advice on this? Anyone have this one:

kitchen aid coffee grinder (<=link here)

Can coffee grinders grind things almost to a flour like consistency?


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It would also be great if I could get one that ground the grain more finely----any advice on this? Anyone have this one:

kitchen aid coffee grinder (<=link here)

Can coffee grinders grind things almost to a flour like consistency?

I think you have to buy a grain mill. I've been looking into it. They are kinda pricey, but I want one! Anyone have experience with flour mills?

Claire

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