Clean a Coffee Grinder in 60 Seconds

Avoid the extra flavor of ground coriander in your morning coffee with this simple trick

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Learn how to quickly get rid of coffee and spice odors.

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One device can grind both coffee and spices, but how do you clean in between to eliminate the odors? With fresh coffee beans a must in the morning and ground spices needed for dinner, learn how to clean effectively after each use.

Avoid the extra flavor of ground coriander in your morning coffee with this simple trick. Fill the grinder with rice and simply grind until the grinder no longer has any odor. This works for both removing coffee and pungent spice odors.

Get ready to grind with a clean grinder every time. Everyone has some inexpensive rice on hand to perform this easy trick in no time. Enjoy the fresh flavors of each grind without any interference from anything else.

Emily Jacobs is the Recipe editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @EmilyRecipes.


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Rice!! Who'd a thunk it!!!

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Only do that with a blade grinder. Never do that with a burr grinder, or you will ruin your grinder.

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