makes a really nice grinding sound. seriously i think the op means the pc as a whole when he says hard drive. it's a common thing for people to refer to the box as 'the cpu or the hard drive'.
i already have a tiny one i use for grinding small amounts of dry spices, but that's all it's good for. i would need something large enough to hold a lot of basil leaves. the se article highly recommends a marble one for pesto specifically: ' the thai granite mortar and pestle is my overall top pick: it works better as an alternative for
with the mixer on medium speed, grind the meat by the handful onto the empty side of the baking sheet. the meat should easily pass through the auger and grinding plate. if it appears to stick to the front of the grinding plate, disassemble the grinder and clean out any tendons or fat that may be entangled in the blade. arrange the ground meat
playing my no-grinding game just walk throught he dungeons, pick up necessary items, fight most encounters , i'm at the air castle now, average party level 22, about 5 lower than i usually do. i'll probably wind up gaining a few as i fight my way towards lashiec.
it might seem a little fussy, but weighing the key ingredients and grinding them yourself is crucial to getting perfect results. this recipe is lighter than meatballs simmered in tomato saucethe braise was inspired by an italian brodo, with chicken broth, white wine for acidity, and rich-tasting kale. it also hints at the eastern mediterranean, with a mix of coriander, cumin, and sumac, a
there is a lot of grinding busy work in the game, sadly, that pulls focus away from what you're doing and really gets old quick. you can get around some of this if you know what you're doing, but that pretty much means you have to have played the game before, so that you know what you're going to need, and the best ways to get it without too
2 wash the leaves. hang the branches in a cool, shady place to dry slowly. dont dry the leaves in bright sunlight, which can cause fading. 3 remove the dried leaves from the stems, discarding the stalks. 4 crush the leaves by hand, then grind in a clean coffee grinder until a fine, green powder is formed. sift the powder and store the filé
it's good for both dry and wet grinding. with shipping it cost me about $55. i'm testing it out, 'breaking it in' as it advises me to do. it grinds to fine powder quite efficiently. so far i have plans to learn to make the japanese matcha green tea powder by using my own tea grounds, to grind coffee beans for espresso, and to make small batchese of soymilk and tofu..etc . i think it may or