Ovente Grinding Bowl, 4-Blade Removable Stainless Steel Bowl Attachment for CG620 Multipurpose Grinder, 2.1 oz (ACPCG6000)
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VERSATILE – An attachment to the Ovente CG620 series, this grinding bowl has 4 blades. It can grind small coffee beans and pulverize tougher ingredients like spices, nuts, herbs, and seeds.
PRODUCES CONSISTENT GROUNDS – The 4-blade grinding bowl is designed for precision: It can grind different ingredients with consistency. With this, you won’t end up with coffee beans with uneven coarseness or herbs that have small and big chunks in one batch.
HELPS KEEP FLAVORS SEPARATE – Although you can use one grinder for both coffee and spices, you wouldn’t want an unfortunate cross-contamination of flavors! Hence, you can use the 2-blade bowl for coffee and this 4-blade bowl for strong-tasting spices like cumins and peppercorns.
EASY TO CLEAN – Because this grinding bowl is removable, you can easily clean it with a soft, damp cloth. However, to make sure that the flavors from your previous grinds won’t affect your new grinds, we recommend you deep clean the bowl once in a while.
LIMITED 1-YEAR WARRANTY – All Ovente products have a one (1) year warranty period from the date of purchase from an authorized retailer. This warranty only covers defects in workmanship and materials. Please note that you have to provide proof of purchase to request for repair or replacement.
Its 4 high-quality stainless steel blades pave way for a better, smoother, and more efficient grind. The extra blades provide crushing support for items that are larger and harder to grind, specifically spices and nuts. It’s also great to have a separate bowl for separating grinds so that the flavors of one grind won’t affect the other (ie. peppercorns with coffee). Its made of stainless steel and can hold up to 2.1 oz (60g) of aromatic and flavorful ground products. Do NOT attempt to exceed its capacity.
HOW TO DEEP CLEAN YOUR BLADE GRINDER BOWL:
1. Add roughly 1/4 cup (about 20 grams) of dry, uncooked rice to the hopper (grinding bowl).
2. Run the grinder until the rice becomes a fine powder.
3. Dispose the rice into a waste bin.
4. Unplug the grinder and wipe the inside with a damp towel. Be extremely careful, as the blades are sharp.
5. Dry thoroughly.
6. Repeat this process any time your grinder looks like it needs to be cleaned or starts giving off an unusual smell. (This is normal when grinding, as the oils produced will cling to the blades and the inside of the hopper.)