Cuisinart SG-10 Electric Spice-and-Nut Grinder

December 18, 2015 - Comment

There’s nothing quite like the smell and taste of freshly ground spices. And with the Cuisinart Spice and Nut Grinder it’s easier than ever to efficiently rind any spice or create original, tantalizing spice blends. The blade is exclusively designed to grid spices and nuts and the simple press-down lid starts the grinding process with

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There’s nothing quite like the smell and taste of freshly ground spices. And with the Cuisinart Spice and Nut Grinder it’s easier than ever to efficiently rind any spice or create original, tantalizing spice blends. The blade is exclusively designed to grid spices and nuts and the simple press-down lid starts the grinding process with one touch, sealing in all the finely ground spices.

Note:Please make sure the lid is locked in place and the appropriate amount of spices are loaded in the unit

Product Features

  • Electric spice-and-nut grinder with durable stainless-steel blades
  • Heavy-duty motor; push-top lid for simple on/off control
  • Bowl holds 90 grams; extra storage space in lid; nonslip rubber feet
  • Dishwasher-safe lid and bowl; instruction manual with recipes included
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

H Hog says:

Simple to Use, effortless to clean I bought it specifically for grinding whole flax seed. It grinds it to perfection in seconds. Although I use it for other nuts too, which I am extremely happy with it all. It is a snap to use, and is super super easy to clean, takes up little space on the countertop. Note that not wanting the lid to become foggy (as some plastics do in high heat) I no longer use the drying/heat function on my dishwasher, so after going thru the cycle it comes out like new everytime. If you are the kind of…

Cookworm says:

Works Really well- for a while So I’m a spice freak. I have more than a hundred spices in my pantry and like to grind my own spice mixes using whole spices. After breaking two coffee grinders trying to grind spices in them, I tried this little gem. I’ve had it for almost 6 months and it works wonderfully well! I’ve ground hard and soft spices in it and it breaks them all down in a few pulses. I’ve even used it to grind wet spices in small quantities with equal success.¬†

L. Saini says:

Love it! This spice grinder is exactly what I was looking for. It ground all my spices, even cinnamon and nutmeg, to a fine texture. I have a Cuisinart coffee grinder which I tried to grind spices, but it didn’t grind spices as fine as I wanted.The lid did not “cloud” over like it does with some grinders when you grind some hard stuff in it (cinnamon, nutmeg).

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