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Brown rice flour...?

April 19, 2012 - 11:58am -- MNBäcker

Hi again.

So, since it looks like I need some rice flour to rub into and dust over my "couche material", I'm wondering if I can just mill some brown rice I have in the cupboard? Or should I either buy some white rice and mill that, or buy milled rice flour outright? I have a Nutrimill that I'm sure would be up to handling the job.

Thanks in advance,

Stephan

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NutriMill For Sale

February 3, 2012 - 8:00pm -- AnamiBremer
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I have decided to sell my NutriMill grinder.  It makes great flour, but I have arthritis in my hands that is making it hard for me to get the lid off.  I plan to get a WonderMill instead as I have used one in the  past and found it acceptable.  I would like to get $200 plus shipping for the NutriMill grain grinder.  I have had it for 3 months and I make 2 loaves of bread per week, so it has been lightly used.

Contact me  anami3737@yahoo.com if you are interested.

Anami

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Nutrimill dust problem

November 18, 2011 - 10:24am -- MNBäcker

Alright, so I've used my Nutrimill for about a year now. Lately I have noticed that it's been "leaking" flour when milling grains. When I mill my Red Hard Spring Wheat berries, there's just a little that blows out the left front. But, when I mill Rye berries for my sourdough, there's actually a continuous stream of flour dust that gets blown into the air...!

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New Nutrimill - now I have some questions...

March 31, 2011 - 4:33pm -- catfuzz

I am so excited!! I received my Nutrimill grain mill today!! 


I ran 2 cups of wheat through the mill as per the instructions....I have a couple of questions.


1. After milling, do you break down the machine and wash all of it?? If not, which pieces do you wash?  Do you take the rubber gaskets off and wash?

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Nutrimill For Sale

February 20, 2010 - 5:39pm -- sailor

I have a Nutrimill that I bought last fall that has only milled six cups of grain: three cups of hard red winter wheat and three cups of short grain brown rice. I am unable to use the mill in my present apartment because of the noise. When I milled those six cups of grain the neighbors nearly freaked out. I kept the mill because I thought I was going to move to another apartment, but my circumstances have changed, so that isn't going to happen any time soon. I can't use the mill so I would like to sell it. I will take $195 plus shipping charge.

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Retsel pros and cons?

September 13, 2009 - 9:08pm -- Mylissa20

I am looking into buying a mill (I dont currently own one) and have been doing some research.  Frankly, I"m torn.  I have read a lot about the Retsel, and am impressed by the durability, manual options, and flexibility of this grinder.  I also like that I won't have to triple check my grains for stones.  The price is considerable but I'm not sure if it really is worth the pros.  My other consideration is the nutrimill.  I'm rather stingy with money so I really want it to be well spent if I'm going to lay down that kind of cash.  What are your opinions?

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