After reading Proth5's account of her trip to visit Heartland Mills, I knew I should take the next opportunity I got to drive there and pick up some flour. After all, they're just a little katty-corner across the state from me. Mrs PG and I decided that the first weekend in May would be good time to head west to Colorado for some scenery, high altitude-we're only 770 ft ASL here- driving, and some dining. Well, I admit I tried some CO beers too. The day before we left, I called Heartland Mills and placed a small order with the information that i would pick it up on our way back.
I was wondering if anyone knew of a place to buy roller mills? I realize they are usually set up in succession to bring the particle size down.
And... maybe what I'm looking for could be done without that. What I'm wanting to do is mill whole buckwheat flour, and not have large hulls left over. I assume flour processed at Birtkett Mills is all done on roller mills, but don't know if there is maybe a way to process the whole buckwheat berry, hull and all, into a flour.