have a ball cooking in whatever you receive, and see where your tastes and interests take you. the only pans we use as frequently are our 10 and 12 inch skillets and a ceramic non-stick grill pan which is awesome for grilling meats with no oil (and no teflon). read the do i really need stainless and le creuset? discussion from the
i love ceramic mills and use the kuhn-rikon's in the kitchen for cooking, and the oliver hemming's at the table. i had a bounds lucite mill that got too close to gas flame on my stove and melted, then another cheap wooden mill that broke apart, then a pepper ball read page 6 of the pepper mill recommendation please discussion from the
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ball mills can be used to further break down or refine a single material, or you can place multiple materials into a ball mill jar to mix as you pulverize -- this is a very common industrial solution for mixing glazes that require the smallest of mesh sizes. ball mills basically function like a mortar and pestle, but on a much larger scale.
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grumpy as a water tower artist dustin tibrook imagined grumpy cat's frowny face as a water tower. this surreal piece is one of many created by studio artists at lowe mill arts & entertainment.
i made my ball mill to make terra sigillata and reclaim 90-95% of the clay used to make the fine particles as opposed to 40-50% but when i also make slips, underglazes, and any sort of even glaze that i know has heavy particles i will ball mill it just to make them a little more suspendable in the glaze.