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FREE home milled flour for bakers in NYC area

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subfuscpersona

FREE home milled flour for bakers in NYC area

If you want to explore *fresh* home-milled flour from whole grain but don't own a grain mill, I am willing to mill your grain for you.

I own a Nutrimill grain mill which can mill wheat, rye, spelt, kamut, rice (brown or white) and other grains of similar size.

You must have purchased the grain and be willing (and able) to come to a location in upper Manhattan. I will mill your grain for you on the spot at no charge. This offer is only for TFL members and is primarily for home bakers who wish to have from 1 to 5 lb of freshly milled flour for home use.

Interested home bakers should PM me for further instructions.

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Turn Card Contetn

Hello! 

I hope this offer still stands! We are looking to film some at home milling for a digital series with an Australian health chef! Feel free to reach back out to me and I would love to chat more about this opportunity!

Thanks so much for your time!

Waverly

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barryvabeach

What a generous offer.  One of the major drawbacks to milling your own flour is that it requires a fairly significant investment to just try it out  ( Though the mockmill has helped a bit - for most mills, it requires an investment of several hundred dollars)  Hope you can spur some fellow NY's to get hooked into the taste, and take up home milling on their own.   I am way down in VA Beach, but would make the same offer.  I have a few different mills including a Komo and a Lee Household Flour Mill , which are both stone mills.   While I am not a big fan of Whole Foods, they sell wheat berries from containers, so you can buy as much or as little as you want.