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    ?Coffee grinder?

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    I wonder how this is supposed to grind?
    http://www.aldi.com.au/au/html/offers/2827_8186.htm

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    Re: ?Coffee grinder?

    You get a flat stone, place the beans on top then beat the @#$% out of them using the base of the "coffee grinder"

    or, less effectively,

    Place the beans in the bottom of the pot then vigorously raise and lower the plunger until desired grind is achieved (or time runs out or the grinder breaks

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    Re: ?Coffee grinder?

    Quote Originally Posted by 777D687F7F706462110 link=1241156275/1#1 date=1241156557
    You get a flat stone, place the beans on top then beat the @#$% out of them using the base of the "coffee grinder"

    or, less effectively,

    Place the beans in the bottom of the pot *then vigorously raise and lower the plunger until desired grind is achieved (or time runs out or the grinder breaks
    or you could attach the top to an electric drill . :D

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    Re: ?Coffee grinder?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2A203522222D393F4C0 link=1241156275/1#1 date=1241156557
    You get a flat stone, place the beans on top then beat the @#$% out of them using the base of the "coffee grinder"

    or, less effectively,

    Place the beans in the bottom of the pot *then vigorously raise and lower the plunger until desired grind is achieved (or time runs out or the grinder breaks
    I see! ;D

    Then you dont have to take the grinds out of the grinder! Just add water.

    The ultimate all in one!

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    Re: ?Coffee grinder?

    A Grinder it may not be but cheap enough for its real purpose ;) A mate of mine was looking at buy the Avanti one at more like $80

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    Re: ?Coffee grinder?

    Quote Originally Posted by 5F5C4E4E4A5C443D0 link=1241156275/3#3 date=1241156714
    Then you dont have to take the grinds out of the grinder! Just add water.
    Only if you use the second method. If you use the first method, you need to buy the best coffee machine you can afford to prepare the coffee - I recommend Mazzer, Compak or Macap

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    Re: ?Coffee grinder?

    Ok if thats a grinder whats a roaster? ::)

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    Re: ?Coffee grinder?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2F25302727283C3A490 link=1241156275/5#5 date=1241157213
    Quote Originally Posted by 5F5C4E4E4A5C443D0 link=1241156275/3#3 date=1241156714
    Then you dont have to take the grinds out of the grinder! Just add water.
    Only if you use the second method. If you use the first method, you need to buy the best coffee machine you can afford to prepare the coffee - I recommend Mazzer, Compak or Macap
    Guys, guys, guys...

    You are forgetting the fundamental of the bean, which has to be roasted in the Giotto Premium Plus first.....



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