Get to Know Your Spice Grinder

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@ 1:
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I've been grinding my own hot peppers for a while. A caveat: when grinding habaneros, and especially ghost peppers, take precautions to minimize dust by covering the grinder with paper towels and being careful not to breathe in the dust—I learned the hard way ;)

...oh & World Spice on Western Ave by the Market is a fantastic place to get whole dried spices & peppers!
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Do *not* use a coffee grinder for spices if you have used it for coffee. Buy another grinder and use that.
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@6 or get a mortar & pestal. They can be cheaper than coffee grinders (and more expensive if you prefer) and you save an electric outlet.