Discover the world of grain mills and choose one that fits your needs so you can start milling delicious flours.
Make healthy meals from grains milled at home.
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With stainless steel augers and hand-cut burrs, the GrainMaker can produce a large quantity of flour in a short amount of time, and it carries a lifetime warranty on all parts, if used under normal household conditions.
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The Country Living mill can produce cracked grains, grits, and even peanut butter with a special attachment.
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The Diamant mill pre-cracks grains before grinding into flour.
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Breads made with freshly milled grains taste delicious and contain a wealth of nutrients.
The KoMo Fidibus Classic is a compact and attractive mill; you might even keep it on display.
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The Blendtec mill is dependable and compact, perfect if kitchen space is limited.
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The WonderMill is able to produce flour quickly, while keeping noise at a minimum.