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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

#Review - Ozeri Graviti Pro Electric Pepper Mill and Grinder


Pepper is one staple in this home that needs to be stocked up on.  Almost all meals in our home require pepper.  Do you know the health benefits associated with pepper?  It has anti-bacterial properties that can help you fight the common cold or flu, and because of these properties, pepper is also used to preserve some foods (think of peppered ham, bacon, beef). It is a rich source of manganese, iron, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin K, and dietary fiber.  It's good for the stomach as it aids in digestion, for weight loss as it can break down fat cells, will help to reduce atherosclerosis, it's an antioxidant - just to name a few.  There are so many good things associated with pepper besides making one sneeze.

We have found that fresh ground pepper has the best flavor and aroma.  Buying it in a can just leaves us flat, but freshly grinding it, pepper always has a robust flavor.  Having a good pepper grinder is a must, and to find the best all you have to do is turn to Ozeri.


I recently received the Ozeri Graviti Pro Electric Pepper Mill and Grinder.   It is an elegant looking pepper grinder that operates with only a flip with only one hand.  All you have to do is turn it over, it starts automatically to grind as much of that aromatic pepper you want on your food - Gravity Operated.  Turn it right side up, and it automatically stops.  With the grinder at the top, you never leave a trail or a mess of pepper when your done.


The design of the Graviti Pro boasts of a transparent storage container for your fresh peppercorns.  If you wish, you could turn this pepper mill into a salt mill by adding your favorite rock salt like the Himalayan pink salt.  The fingerprint-resistant ultra-soft grip is easy to keep clean.


The top mounted grinder does adjust to the type of grind you desire from fine to rough by turning the knob.  There is also a little light inside that will illuminate your meal in low light situations - like that candlelight dinner your planning to have.


The pepper grinder runs on four AA batteries.  They say they are not included on the box, but there was a package of batteries tucked inside the box for me.  It's very easy to take apart and put back together again.


The Ozeri Graviti Pro is an attention grabbing pepper mill.  It's a perfect addition to your dining style whether it's just on the table for lunch or for an elegant get together party.  My husband is a fast-paced cook, and he loves to use this grinder while cooking - you will love to cook with it, too.  Get it NOW on Amazon!


Looking for excellent items for your kitchen, bathroom, or for your fitness needs, look no further than Ozeri!  Ozeri is a specialty manufacturer of digital lifestyle products for the modern home.  Find more of what your looking for - Ozeri at Amazon.








5 comments:

  1. The Ozeri Graviti Pro Electric Pepper Mill and Grinder is a good looking item, definitely worth purchasing. The Ozeri 3x Tower Fan (44") with Passive Noise Reduction Technolog for $59.99 is a great deal. Thank you for sharing this review.

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  2. You always have the most neatest Posts. Some day you'll have to teach me how too! Anway wow, that Pepper Mill Grinder sounds like it practically flies through the air and puts pepper on your food all for you. ~snicker~ No really it sounds very impressive and your explanation is wonderful. Straight and to the point. Makes me want to run out and buy one just to impress guests. Thanks for sharing my friend. :)

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  3. I have always wanted a pepper and salt grinder! Thanks for the review.

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  4. I like Ozeri products and this pepper mill and grinder seems to be another winner. I like how it has gravity working for it . I didn't realize how many benefits could be derived from pepper.

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  5. What an elegant looking pepper mill! I love that it's electronic as sometimes they are really hard to move to grind!

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