it's worked well for many years grinding spices, herbs, and beans. reply clicking the will recommend this comment to others. marble, in my experience, is too close to wood in its porosity. read the mortar and pestle: wood, ceramic, or cast iron discussion from the chowhound cookware, cast iron food community.
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if some are present on the marble, clean up the machine once again, add a teaspoon of 1000 grit to your compound container and start over. do this until all marks are removed from the marble. the longer you keep the marble in the pre-polish the harder it will be to tell that the marble has been reconditioned.
this thing is awful at grinding spices, even though it says it is "great for both coffee and spices." (i have a marble set and a steel set) instead of the electric grinder. 1 reply. reply clicking the will recommend this comment to others. read the recommend me a good electric spice grinder discussion from the chowhound cookware food