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Please recommend a spice grinder good for Indian cooking (dry and wet grinding)

PinchOfSalt | Jul 28, 201502:06 PM     3

My old Sumeet Asia Grinder is showing its age and needs to be replaced. Thinking about how I have used it over the years, all I really need is a unit that grinds dry spices and can also handle wet pastes. (My food processor and blender can handle other tasks.) What unit would you recommend? I am in the Boston area, so a unit that I can buy around here would be great. Ordering over the Internet could work too, so any suggestions about websites that might carry your favorite brand/model would be helpful too. Thanks!

P.S. FWIW, the problem with my Sumeet is all the rubber parts are deteriorating and falling apart. Replacement parts are not readily available, and what I have found on the Internet is exorbitantly priced.

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