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Synonyms for pepper grinder

a mill for grinding pepper

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High-quality hand-crank burr mills include Victoria (formerly called "Corona," $50), Victorio/Back to Basics ($80), Family Grain Mill ($150), Schnitzer Country Mill ($350), Country Living Grain Mill ($430), GrainMaker Grain Mill No.
Working with the University of Zimbabwe's Development Technology Center, CTI volunteers gauged the Omega burr mill to increase paste output in rural women's cooperatives about one order of magnitude, moving from linear to rotary motion.
Grain mills come in two types: the electric impact mill that bursts the grain open, and the burr mill, which rubs the grain between two wheels of stone or stainless steel.
The Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill holds up to a half pound of coffee and grinds enough for 18 cups.
THE STEEL BURR MILL. Although I favor the granite gristmill for grinding corn, it represents a sizable investment.
If you want grits or cracked grains for hot breakfast cereals, you will need a burr mill.
The only concession the family makes to the internal combustion engine is a 1-cylinder McCormick hit-and-miss engine used to power the burr mill.
His interest in the hobby's rubbed off: His son, Jim III, has a burr mill and three engines; his son-in-law, Doug Dickey, has two.
Other exhibits included demonstrations on making grits and cornmeal with a restored burr mill, and a display of old horse-powered farming equipment spread out over Dozier's front yard.
More gas engine-driven display items: Stover pump jack with AY MacDonald pump; Gould gear pump with recirculating tank; Burr mill; New Idea corn sheller; corn choppers, belt driven; saw rig on stand; 1951 International ton pickup; vehicles and collectibles.
As a result, his inventory includes "Little Nate," a motorized rocking horse; an old ice cream freezer; corn grinder; and burr mill. His exhibit earns its keep: His wife and mother-in-law regularly bake bread with home-ground wheat.
Fred Nason demonstrated how a David Bradley stone burr mill grinds corn that he shelled with a small, hand-cranked box sheller.
The Chicoines' display included a 1 1/2-hp 1917 Economy engine that powered an early-1920s David Bradley burr mill; a hand-crank International corn sheller of unknown age, but probably from the early 1940s; an early 1920s hand-crank Fulton "style P" box grinder and an early 1920s Red Chief box grinder.