Well, the coffee grinder is a must-have kitchen appliance in my eyes anyway. Not so much for coffee, but spices, whole grain flours, breadcrumbs, and nut flours.
Originally Posted by Saria
I don't use the same grinder for spices and coffee so I have two. I suspect you mean yours is dedicated to non-coffee purposes.

Spidey - A friend gave me an espresso machine as a housewarming gift, and different people like their coffee different ways, so while I don't use 18 settings, I do use a ton of different settings on my coffee grinder.
Originally Posted by NetG

damn...I was hoping there woud be purpose for the additional 15 settings.

So besides fine, med and coarse, how are they identifiying the other settings? Like diced, sliced and julienned? LOL

Last edited by spiderlashes5000; 05-24-2012 at 08:45 AM.