We tried putting the dried Moringa in a small food processor with little success. It just did not chop it up very well. My wife finally just put the moringa in a plastic freezer bag and used a rolling pin to crush it down which worked just ok.
Last week I did some research to see how other people processed their moringa and found that they were using high end food processors like Blend Tec or Vitamix. The advantage was it turned the moringa into a fine powder but the disadvantage was the expense ($300+) and it would be another gizmo to find a place for in the kitchen. So after doing a little more research I accidentally stumbled on a website where someone was milling nuts and spices down in their nutri-bullet using the mill blade. At this point a light bulb came on. We have a nutri-bullet and it came with a milling blade we stuck in the back of our pantry.
|nutri bullet / magic bullet|
|Moringa super food now a nice fine powder|