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I haven't used grinders (and I don't know which home grinders are suitable), but a good machine for this is a masticating juicer. Even though it is called a "juicer", it only separates the juice from the pulp in a late step, by pressing the whole mousse through a fine screen. The models sold nowadays come with a part made of smooth plastic which replaces the ...


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To make smooth nut butters you need a melanger or a wet grinder. If you have a boatload of cash to spend, this will do the job nicely. Otherwise, you can get in the game for under $200 US with this wet grinder. You will never get a smooth product with a food processor, or even a high speed blender. There will always be some perceptible grit with those tools....


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Any machine that can reduce the nuts to very fine granules should do the job. Wet grinders given there’s enough liquid/fat content in the nuts should do the best job. However that might not always be the case. Special high powered blenders (such a blendtec) with a purpose designed jar (like a twister jar) would generally provide more reliable results.


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