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Gelatodolci | Mar 16, 201701:32 PM     19

Hi to all! ;-)

Been looking for a mortar and pestle for various jobs, one that applies well for various cuisines, I have a warrior molcajete that I got in Mexico that is well seasoned (Used mainly for salsas) but I am looking for one that is non porous. I am open to materials and varieties.... I do spices and pastes for Indian, Chinese, Mexican and Thai with the occasional Japanese.

marble, granite or ceramic?

Also, what is the best size in you opinion?

I would appreciate sources to find them in the USA if you have them..

Much appreciated!

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