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Grain Mill

ea_3.JPGI’m a geek – even when I cook.

I just got this really cool grain mill off eBay for $10. New you buy this for $250 or more. It sits on top of the mixing bowl and engages the the drive unit on my Bosch Universal mixer/blender. It drops freshly stone-milled flour right into the mixing bowl. Sweet!

The flour isn’t as fine as what you would buy in the store or get from an impact mill, but it made some very good biscuits this morning.

Some research shows that significant nutritional value is lost within 72 hours of milling due to oxidation. It also tastes better fresh. I’ll try some bread this weekend.

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  1. February 21, 2007 at 12:19 am | #1

    I have a WonderMill grain mill that bought at KitchenKneads.com that seems to grind as fine as flour at the store. It has a setting for coarse flour, bread flour, and pastry flour. It costs $239 but if you bake a lot of bread it is totally worth it.

  1. October 16, 2006 at 10:16 am | #1

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