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Poppy seeds are already small enough, what you are most likely trying to do is to break the shell so the flavors can get out. You can get the same result by crushing rather than grinding. A large …
answered Aug 26 '13 by GdD
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Powdered spices have a much longer shelf life than pastes, which is why you'll find so many dried spices over pastes in your average store. Powders will last for years (although they will lose potency …
answered May 30 '13 by GdD
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There are two possibilities I can see: The steam can wet the pepper in the mill and cause it to cake in the grinding mechanism There's an over-protective lawyer worried someone will scald …
answered Jan 26 '13 by GdD
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I usually grate my jaggery block on a microplane grater although your standard cheese grater will work too. I haven't tried a food processor yet, although that would probably work. Next time I'm goi …
answered Oct 8 '14 by GdD