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Unread 05-02-2013, 09:22 PM   #1
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Default Fast, Fresh Ground Pepper

I needed a bunch of fresh ground pepper for a rub. After getting only a 1/3 a cup I decided doing it by hand sucked and was horrible. So I decided to grind my pepper another way.

Check out the video of what I did to grind my pepper!

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lol, get a spice grinder aka coffee bean grinder
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Now that is the kinda stuff I do!!! :)
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I like the way you think!
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I forgot to mention that if you decide to do this you'll want to pull up on the drill while you hold the grinder. This will create the tension needed to pull the grinding mechanism up for a finer grind. Otherwise, you will end up with big pepper chunks!
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Great idea. Now I don't have to buy a coffee grinder.
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I saw this on Good Eats where Alton Brown had rigged up a pepper mill to a drill.

Great idea for sure.
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No smoke out of the grinder?

I did a few spoons today by hand phew
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