|Product Type: Grain Mill||Material: Plastic|
|Color: White||Power: Electric|
|Usage: Table Top||Country of Manufacture: Slovenia|
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Cynthia from Fort Fairfield, ME– Verified Buyer
Write your reviews here. Share your opinion on the pros, cons, uses, and quality of this product! It works. Yet the seal does not lay flush, the internal cup does not seal,and the sound is deafening.
Paul from North Las Vegas, NV– Verified Buyer
This never gives a problem. Put a big bowl over it upside down to cut down on dust
christie from stafford, VA– Verified Buyer
I bought the Nutrimill grain mill for making bread. It is easy to use and works great! It grinds the wheat quickly and cleans up easily.
Gretchen from United States– Verified Buyer
Arrived quickly and is good quality. I only wish that it had an online warranty rather than one I need to mail in. But I'm happy with my purchase so far.
Does what it claims
Vegan nut from Ottawa, ON– Verified Buyer
First thing before buying this, find a local supplier for grain. It might sound stupid, but you should NOT be paying more for the grain than per-ground flour at the store even if the grain is organic. Once you know you can obtain the grain locally, then I would recommend this product. [...] This machine will mill your grain, any grain as long as it is not high in fat like oil seeds. I have noted that you can mill oats groats however it does seem to want to clog a bit, so just clean the shoot with a brush and every thing is fine. Although, I might have it set to too fine for oats.The fine or coarse range for the flour is quite large and speed is some what dependent on how fine you need it but there is not a large difference in time to mill 2 cups of grain. I noted that the finer it is, the longer it takes, but that is to be expected. Some grains do take longer to mill however, which I an unsure why since the grain that took longest was smaller (spelt vs Kamut)... might just be an issue with taking longer to get through due to higher number of grain.I noted that it takes about 2 minutes to mill 3-4 cups of four (~2-2 3/4 cup grain) for making bread. The time it takes to mill small quantities makes it impractical to mill large amount and store it in the freezer. I just leave the machine on the counter and mill what I need while I assemble the other ingredients.I found the noise level was not an issue. My coffee grinder makes more noise and it is a constant humming noise which increases in pitch once all the grain is milled. I have a small kitchen and I can still have a conversation next to the machine although I am unsure if the noise would annoy pets. Beside it is only on for ~2-3 minutes.If your intentions are to make bread, you should search on freshly milled/ground flour to make sure this is for you. The complete grain does cause some issue with yeast fermentation, but it is manageable easily. The loaf of bread will be heavier and denser but there are ways to work around that by increasing the length of time the dough rises.If your looking to make rice flour and any other grains for baking you won't have any issue and might be pleasantly surprised. I find that 1 cup of grain almost doubles in volume after milling. If you like muffins I seriously recommend this. Oat flour makes a very interesting muffing that is filling and stays moist ever with no fat added. You can also mill different type of glutenous rice such as black or red glutenous rice to have a different colour then white rice flour. Brown rice can also be used which will add more fiber in what ever you are making.Any one with gluten intolerance or allergies should seriously consider this machine to avoid paying high price for stale flour. The taste of freshly ground flour is superior to the flour purchased locally and you can control the type of grain in your diet based on what you process in the machine. A note on the lid. While the rubber gasket on the container is though to move the first time, a little flour around the edge of the gasket (like it is mentioned in the manual) will solve that issue. So READ the manual before using.I will admit, I have only scratched the surface of which grains you can mill but I have been impressed with the speed and how fine the flour is milled.If you got space on your counter and are looking for an electric grain mill, you won't be disappointed with this one.
andraya from Canada– Verified Buyer
I love my new Nutrimill! It works fabulously for grinding grains. It is very quick and efficient and grinds the grain fine enough to use in baking. The only downside is that it is a little loud. However, that is a minor issue as we are loving our freshly ground grains from the Nutrimill!
breadmaker from arizona
works perfect very happy
Just as expected!
Tracy from KY
This grain mill is easy to use, and to clean. It grinds fine enough to use the flour in cakes and pastries, as well as delicious breads.
gilbert– Verified Buyer
Valued Customer from West Virginia