quick answer: of course you can grind coffee in a blender or food processor. even the weakest units can make quick work of roasted coffee beans. but even though it's a quick solution the truth is that it's not ideal. there are a few issues that make grinding coffee in a food processor or blender the sub-optimal solution.
blenders can easily pulverize the weed into dust- too fine for smoking but which can be used for baking! i use my trim like that because my hubby gets better pain relief from edibles. unless you have one of those little mini-tops for your blender blenders will lose you a lot of trichs.
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last night while flipping through channels i caught the last few seconds of a commercial for the "kitchenaid diamond blender" and saw them comparing it to a vitamix. does anyone have any experience with this blender is it better than a vitamix (i tried google-ing comparison reviews but there doesn't seem to be any.)
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well it spins the ground weed around at a very high speed inside the blender/grinder. he claims that the crystals broken off from the rough grinding stick to the side somehow and seperate them from the plant material.
powder your own herbs and plants at home. markus shows how he uses a vitamix to powder his own wild dried plants and herbs as free food and medicine. see als
learn how to grind flax seeds into flax powder with a blendtec or vitamix commercial blender. one of the best features of these commercial blenders is that you can grind meats and grains.
food processors "chop" (more or less) while blenders "grind macterate liquify" etc the shape and geometry of the blades as well as the shape of the container make a huge difference. even if you have to stop the blender often to push the pesto back down into the blades and redistribute it the result is vastly superior to fp pest.
invest $10 in a coffee grinder if you need to grind a half cup or less of flax at at time; consider a high-powered blender if you grind much more than that. anyone who loves chia seeds. unless you want to grind the seeds first in a dedicated coffee grinder a high-powered blender is the only way to get chia seeds incorporated into a recipe.