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Topic: Grinder quick cleaning residue> RE: +rocky grinder (53 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
Whether using Grindz, rice (Minute or otherwise) or hard wheat to quick
clean grinds path there will always be dust left to brush/vac out. 
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[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Lynne
	Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2008 4:51 AM
	To: homeroast
	Subject: Re: +rocky grinder
	
	I usually don't read the posts about grinders (I'll be using my
whirly blade til the cows come home - and believe me, I don't expect to see
any cows in this city.) But I read this comment of yours, Ray - and I'm
curious. 
	
	Wouldn't this leave traces of flour in the grinder when you grind
beans? 
	
	Aside from that (and getting off-topic a bit), how was the bread? I
ground my own flour once (back before I gave my daughter my
	old, classic, stainless steel VitaMix.. sniff, sniff), and the bread
tasted incredible.
	
	Lynne
	(hoping I can understand your response, Ray! ;>})
	
	On Jan 11, 2008 9:28 PM, < raymanowen> wrote:
	
		I ran some Hard Red Winter wheat (~1oz) through my BUFF
Major. It actually made white whole grain flour two steps above Zero. It's
all clean and I ground a cup of flour for a loaf of bread that is now
awaiting me! 
		
		Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!


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