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July 05, 2005



Thanks, Lindy. What a useful tip. Do you think it is powerful enough to do nuts? I usually use my blender for nuts but the blender is hard to clean.


Annie- I'm not so sure about the nuts. I usually do them in the food processor. I bet it would be okay for just a few small ones, but I'd be nervous about more than a few. Or even a few, if they were say, Brazil nuts. On the other hand, a coffee bean is sort of like a nut, really. I guess, um, I don't really know.


It is OK for nuts. I've tried.

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