List of Flour Mills

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List of Flour Mills
Wheat, rice and corn are some of the grains that can be milled at home into flour for use in healthy baked goods. (Allan Baxter/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Milling flour at home is the best way to retain nutrients that are lost during commercial processing. Those who use wheat-flour substitutes such as bean, rice or corn flour will find that an at-home flour mill can help decrease the overall costs associated with purchasing pre-milled organic flours. You are able to purchase grains in large quantities through food co-ops and then mill them according to your need for added savings and benefits.

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WonderMill Grain and Flour Mill

The WonderMill Grain and Flour Mill is virtually soundless and can grind up to 45.4 Kilogram of flour per hour. Powered b a 1¾-horsepower motor, the easy-to-use WonderMill Grain and Flour Mill can be used to mill the coarsest ingredients. It is designed to process wheat, rice and beans into coarse to superfine flour. The enclosed basin makes this unit dust free for minimal mess and it is simple to take apart and clean. To use the WonderMill Grain and Flour Mill you simply fill the hopper and press "On."

Kitchen Mill Grain Mill

Blendtec offers the Kitchen Mill Grain Mill for at-home flour milling. It offers a compact design with electric or hand-powered options. At first glance, this product looks similar to a plastic cereal storage container but it has the power to mill up to one cup of grain per minute. The mill grades vary from coarse to fine. The Kitchen Mill Grain Mill is most suited for dry grains such as buckwheat, millet, corn and triticale.

KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment

The all-metal KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment is the good option for anyone with a KitchenAid stand mixer. Once attached, the mixer power helps this mill grind up to two cups of grain per minute. It comes with a cleaning brush to remove dust from hard-to-reach places when washing. The KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment is open at the top and pours the milled flour into the mixing bowl, therefore creating more dust than a model that is fully enclosed. It has the ability to mill low-oil and low-moisture grains at coarse to fine grades such as wheat, rice, oats and corn.

Miracle Electric Flour Mill

The Miracle Electric Flour Mill is designed to mill all types of grains no matter how much oil they contain. It is commonly used for soybeans, poppy seeds, rye and oats. This unit also comes with an optional wheat grass juicer attachment. The Miracle Electric Flour Mill is 100 per cent stainless steel and can mill up to one cup per minute of grain.

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