The Kitchen Mill Grinder - electric - X040

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The Kitchen Mill Grinder is one of the popular electrical mills.  This small compact mill is great at making your flour with in seconds.  This is an impact grinder.  It does not use stones or burrs.  This grinder does not take up much space on your counter.

This grinder is great to make your own personal style flours.  You no longer will be held bound to the only flours that your local grocery store offers.  Now you can make your own for those special breads for your family.  This grinder can grind oats, rice, triticale, dried pinto beans, popcorn, split peas, buckwheat, rye, millet, soybeans, and whole corn.  Any item that exceeds 15% oil or moisture will block the mill. 

This grinder can be noisy, but at how fast it grinds, that can be overlooked.  This is a must have for your home if you love home made breads and pasteries. 

The Kitchen Mill is made of the highest quality materials. The heart of the mill is a patented, stainless steel milling chamber. The mill is the most advanced way to mill grain. It has all the advantages of the old stone mills but none of their problems. There's no gumming, jamming or glazing. It will not overheat. Each mill uses a 1.8 peak horsepower, 120 volt motor Dimensions: 8.5" wide x 11.5" tall x 10" deep. Actual weight: 7 lbs. It is permanently lubricated and will provide years of trouble-free service.


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100% of nature's goodness. Whole grains are more nutritious than refined grains. Natural kernels of whole wheat, for example, contain 16 minerals, 10 essential vitamins, and at least 4 other vitamin factors generally found in bran and wheat germ. White flour, however, is refined from the endosperm and consists mostly of starch and a small amount of protein. It contains very little vitamins or minerals. Nutrition experts have joined in praise of the Kitchen Mill™ as a way to use 100% of nature's goodness to improve your health and nutrition. Discover the great taste of freshly milled grains. Try milling different kinds of grains like whole wheat, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, millet, corn, soybeans, barley, triticale and others. You will be delighted with the results.