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Coffee aficionados agree that coffee made with packaged, freeze-dried granules is in no way equal to the rich flavor and aroma of coffee brewed from freshly ground beans. For this reason, many supermarkets offer whole beans in bulk bins that patrons can grind while in the store, or alternatively, carry different varieties of packaged whole beans for at-home grinding. Sadly, most blenders and food processors do a poor job of grinding coffee beans. The Magic Bullet appliance has features that make it work like a coffee grinder.

Attach the flat blade to the unplugged Magic Bullet unit according to the manufacturer's recommendations.

Fill the container as directed with coffee beans and close the unit. Plug the Magic Bullet into a power source.

Turn the unit on for up to 10 seconds, then stop and shake the closed container for three to five seconds. Doing this causes the larger-ground pieces to fall to the bottom near the base of the blade, while the finer pieces rise above them for a more even grind. Repeat this several times until you have ground the beans as finely as you desire.

Unplug and open the unit. Pour the ground beans into an airtight storage container if you don't plan to use them immediately, or if you grind multiple batches of beans at a time.