Walt Chase wrote:While mine doesn't have the stone burrs you are looking for, I highly recommend the Country Living Grain Mill. We've had one for several years and have used it off and on to grind flour. Ours is strictly hand powered, but can be motorized if you wanted to.
Catie George wrote:Those of you with the whisper/wonder mills, what do you think of them (other than the noise level?)
Arlene Marcia wrote:I grind all my flour with a Vitamix blender. If you don't need very large quantities of flour at one time, it works great. And a Vitamix can be used for so many other things--smoothies, soups, sauces, etc. You can even purchase a special container designed specifically for grinding grains, but I just use the standard container. Although it's an electric appliance, it works very fast so doesn't use much power.
Marvin Weber wrote: Our friends use a Vitamix, but we understood from them that it won't make as fine a flour as a grain mill does. What is your experience with this?
thomas rubino wrote:
I have a Lander's Corona, hand crank mill. Stone burrs and steel burrs.
It was the one to have back in the 70's. You know back when the dinosaurs were still about : )
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