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    Has anyone ever tried using a manual coffee grinder for grinding bone dry bread into bread crumb?

    I'm thinking of buying one off ebay to try but i dont want an electric one if i get one more motor conk out i will crack up

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    Should work well if its manual. Speed = heat which makes the crumb doughy and clump up. I know what you mean about food processor motors, binned 2 last year.
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    How about an old record turntable, (multiple speeds),with coarse sand paper applied, set on 45 degree angle, bracket to hold dried bread, with bin under. Thought of while reading post.

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    Spot the guy who's never used sandpaper or a turntable [img]/forum/smilies/big_smile_smiley.gif[/img]
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    I've just bought a meat grinder off of ebay £8 including p&p going to see how that goes.

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    what a brilliant tool

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