Fresco Granite Mortar & Pestle Bowl
Infuse fresh or dried spices and herbs into your favorite recipes. The premium quality granite mortar of this bowl is heavy, well balanced and suitable for rigorous pounding and grinding, while the pestle design allows for easy maneuvering and effortless grinding. The granite's non-porous quality allows for extracting the oils from herbs and spices without the oils being absorbed into the stone. Polished granite is easily hand cleaned. Bowl measures 5" in diameter.
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Freshly Ground Cinnamon Without Tears For years my wife and I would make snickerdoodle cookies together, but we refused to use anything but freshly, finely ground cinnamon on our treats. We would spend hours the night before grinding the cinnamon with our teeth or knuckles; the pain was excruciating but the time we spent together was worth it, and the cookies were great. After we had kids, we made them chomp on the cinnamon sticks. Sure, they would cry and demand to see dentists, but nothing dried tears like a plate of Mom and Dad's special snickerdoodle cookies. Now, however, we can make cookies pain-free for our grandchildren with Fresco's mortar and pestle. The good people at Fresco know that physics and stone trump teeth and bone any day, and they've made cookie time a tear free endeavor once again. February 2, 2013
Works Don't have anything to compare it to, but it smashes stuff as expected. December 27, 2012
Best ever I do not know why I waited so long for one. I love it. I will be buying more in the future. April 18, 2012
Fresco Granite Mortar & Pestle Bowl this is such a great product! Recently I had to spend 10 days in the hospital. When I came home I had to start crushing my pills and putting them through a feeding tube. at first I crushed them the hard way with a knife and spoon. But then I found this wonderful product on your website, I bought it and since then I wonder why it took me so long to find this product. I will never be without my mortar and pestle again! March 14, 2012