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Miracle Electric Flour mill

Hello, does anyone use or know if this is a good flour mill?  It uses stainless steel burrs and looks like a nice unit for small batches of flour.  I haven't seen any reviews of this mill anywhere. The price is pretty good and you can get one for as little as $170 on Amazon.


Miracle Electric Flour Mill - ME300


Has anyone seen, used or own one of these mills?  My only concern would be that it wouldn't grind flour fine enough.


Any feedback is appreciated.


Dennis

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We use a Nutrimill and it is amazing.  You can grind almost any grain you can think of with only very few exceptions.  It coarse grinds and fine grinds and the hopper will hold 12 cups of flour.


I've heard of a number of different mills but not the one you're listing.  If you haven't purchased yet and it is just for home use you might investigate the Nutrimill.  We purchased ours at a Bosch Kitchen center.

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Thanks for responding... I've been considering the Nutrimill for some time but found the Miracle mill on Amazon and thought it looked like a nice mill.  I searched for reviews on the net for anyone who had knowledge of this mill, but only found 1 or 2 so it must either be a fairly new mill or isn't too popular yet.


I want to mill all kinds of grain along with some beans and popcorn and the Nutrimill seems to be able to do this.


I was just curious about the Miracle Mill and wondered if anyone here had heard of it.  I will be buyng my mill in March and am leaning heavily towards the Nutrimil.


Thanks again for responding and if anyone has information on this mill please post your opinions... It might be advantageous to anyone else who stumbles onto this thread.


Dennis