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Topic: Two Grinder questions. (23 lines)
1) From: Rstyler49
First, is the powdery coffee that clings to the side of the Braun Burr 
Grinders (due to static I presume), okay to use or should I discard that 
powder?  
Second does anyone make a good long lasting quality burr grinder that is also 
very easy to clean?  I rarely use my Braun Burr Grinder except for grinding 
larger amounts of coffee, because although it does a better job than my Braun 
rotary blade [cutter], it is also much harder to clean.  All that stale, 
ground, powdered coffee laying inside the mills will only contribute to 
degrading the next batch of fresh coffee I grind.  And I have yet to tell the 
difference with how the coffee turns out.  I am able to get the rotary cutter 
to do a good job of cutting the coffee to a consistent grain size, give or 
take a small amount of deviation.  Trick is to stop and go until done with 
short bursts.  And I can get it 99.9% clean.
Robert


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