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hey mark here with Morgan from whole
latte love hey Mark what do we have to
look at today so if you want that fresh
ground coffee for you know making a
better cup but you’re on a budget we got
a couple of lower cost grinders here
both from crops these are crops models
we have the GX 6000 and the gbx2
now what makes it grinder a little less
expensive well a couple things number
one the burst size we’re going to take
this off so you can have a look at these
birds a little bit of a brighter size
matter
well you know and I’m slightly more
expensive grinder you’re going to get a
conical burr as opposed to the flat
ceramic steer that we’re going to see in
just a second so that is a flat ceramic
bird you can see it’s rather small now
if you’re using a blade grinder believe
me this is way better than a blade
grinder okay because this doesn’t hack
your coffee up into bits with nice this
actually grinds the coffe so there’s the
internal burr the gbx2 over here it’s
going to have a very stiff well pretty
much exactly the same burr here although
much easier to get out also you know
what a grinder of this type you’re going
to find that I’m sure that got that back
in there it will grind with these you’re
going to find a lot more plastic now the
crops actually do have a little bit of
metal on them
both of these grinders have adjustments
they dial in the number of cups that you
want to grind for now that’s all going
to be very relative and actually on this
grind I don’t like it because you can’t
see it and I think the majority of
people you’re just going to start
grinding and then stop when you have
enough um same thing over here I do like
this one actually a little bit better
because it’s on the front so you can
actually see what you’re doing here then
a start button here but listen to that
that bird is just flying okay and one
thing with coffee when you grind it very
very fast with a very small bird it’s
going to heat up the coffee and it’s
going to evaporate some of the flavors
out of there by heating it up so one
thing to keep in mind I mean you’re
still going to benefit from freshly
ground coffee but you get a little more
benefit if you you know we’re spend a
little bit more on a grinder look if
you’re on a budget grind size adjustment
on the DV x2 is on the side here you
have eighteen grind settings on both
grind setting adjustment over here is
what you’d find for them to get this
back in here and quite a process to get
a pepper screw that in yeah a lot of
threads there so almost there we go okay
so you can see the little arrow here and
then you have some beans that get bigger
as you go around so you’re just around
here fine up to course okay this one has
a power button as well so you turn the
power on decide how many cups you want
to grind for again this can be kind of
relative and then press the start button
and again
those birds are spinning very very fast
which isn’t necessarily a good thing as
we talked about right you lose some of
that flavor in a row yeah but only hit
the button there so grinds container
going to grind into this right here the
six thousand and I run the two it’s like
this okay so let’s put some beans in
them and see what they’re like when
they’re grinding now these are fresh out
of the box a lot of times people tell
you you know gotta grind a little bit of
coffee through a grinder to get break it
in a little bit you won’t see a huge
difference it’s not completely necessary
especially if you’re doing drip and I
would only use these I would use these
for espresso – all these types of
grinders this is drip and pour over and
that kind of thing
yeah so let’s go we’ll go all the way
course with this one I’m turning it on
first
I’ll stop that there we take a look at
this oh there’s our grind you know I can
actually feel just a little bit of
warmth from it I didn’t grind a lot you
know it looks like a lot of uneven
particle sizes there yeah you’re gonna
find that you know when you get up into
Corsa range as you will get some
unevenness here you know if you spent a
little bit more on a grinder you’d get
more consistency in the particle so I so
something to keep in mind if you’re
doing like press and you don’t want a
lot of fines and you’re in your coffee
and we should have what setting did you
have that on the courses we were yeah we
were on the courses here you know what
let’s just see just for fun what it will
do with the finest setting here lid back
on take it all the way to the finest
now this what stop automatically effort
mom just gonna stop it on its own here
now see we go for fun so yeah I mean
we’re getting close to like an espresso
find this hmm I’d wanted a lot finer for
espresso so again but you wouldn’t use
this grinder first rest so anyways so so
there’s that I keep on hitting that
button alright so let’s go all the way
course with this one we got our beans
and yet
in this one you know out of the two I
actually like this one that are they
they are very close in price these two
grinders why do you like this one better
you know just because it’s not it’s it’s
smaller it’s got the same burger the
same power and I like to control up
front rather than on the side mm-hmm so
I can actually see it so there’s our
coarse grind okay not actually extra
coarse quite often it’s really not very
different come the courses grind on the
other cups grinder let’s go all the way
fine see you I’ll have a little bit left
over always
there this one seems to be a little
finer you know so okay but I think
you’re you know you’re going to be fine
with either if you’re if you’re grinding
for you know get rid of them and that
stuff that so again that is the crops GX
6000 and the crops gvx to these are
budget grinders again when want to use
in first press oh but up in the drip
ranges they they can might fit
somebody’s budget alright great they’re
both available whole latte love calm I’m
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Krups Coffee Grinder Buyers’ Guide

How to clean Krups coffee grinder?

Always thoroughly empty all the coffee grounds left in the holder after each use. Use a Q-Tip or a paintbrush to remove any grounds that are stuck in place. Before you start to clean the coffee grinder, make sure it is unplugged from the socket. Never place it under or immerse it in water, as that will permanently damage the grinder. Clean the lid and the ground coffee holder using warm water and mild dish detergent. You can also wash these items by placing them in the top rack of the dishwasher. Never use any harsh or abrasive cleaning products as they may scratch or damage the coffee grinder. Carefully clean the interior of the coffee-bean tank using a damp cloth. Make sure all the parts are thoroughly dry before reassembling, using, or storing.

How to fix a blade in Krups coffee grinder?

If you feel your blade has been damaged or is dull and does not grind properly, then you can easily replace it with a new one. Before you start, make sure that your Krups has been unplugged from the socket. Take the lid off the grinder and wipe out the interior of the grinder holder using a cloth. Put on gloves and hold the blade using the channel locks. Then, turn the plastic fastening nut to the left using pliers, while also holding the blade with the channel locks. When the plastic nut becomes loose, twist it, and remove it with your hand. Remove the plastic washer under it as well as the old blade. Place your new blade into position, then replace the nut and the washer. Hold the new blade in position as you are tightening the securing nut.

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.