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    Beginner Pepper Mill?

    I am leaning towards the AR recommendation.

    But I am aware of Serious Eats and Wirecutter recs



    Also this old thread


    Anything else that should sway my views?

    Just my two pennies, but if you are going to crack a lot of fresh pepper for cooking I would look for a burr grinder. A tablespoon or two doesn't sound like much until you are wearing out your forearms grinding away.. I have always had good experiences with the Krups line of products.



    • IFindZeroBadCooks
      IFindZeroBadCooks commented
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      I do have a coffee grinder so I will dig that out tomorrow and see what it can do.

    • tstalafuse
      tstalafuse commented
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      IFindZeroBadCooks if your coffee grinder is a blade grinder it takes a little practice to not over grind the the corns unless you are wanting a fine grind, but it will work.

    ATK likes this one best: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003OICYZO...kequipchart-20

    with these two tied for second:


      Switched from Peugeot to unicorn and that’s still my go to.

      got the pepper cannon and that beats them all by quite a bit so far (and costs as much as them all).

      for making a large batch of rub etc, I use a blade coffee grinder for the pepper (and anything else I’m using whole)
      Last edited by Polarbear777; July 5, 2021, 09:38 PM.


      • 58limited
        58limited commented
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        The Pepper Cannon is great, I can't believe how much pepper it grinds with each crank. But as you said its pricey.
        Last edited by 58limited; July 5, 2021, 09:44 PM.

      • AdequateEatin
        AdequateEatin commented
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        I agree. I saw a post, here on AR, about the pepper cannon last year and I was immediately sold on it. I bought it on kickstarter and got it delivered mid-May. I don't think I will go back to anything else. It is very much worth the price in my opinion. Also, I heard he is slowly developing a salt cannon which I will also have to pick up.


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