The Fresh Loaf

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milling whole wheat

qahtan's picture

milling whole wheat

do you mill your own whole wheat flour.... qahtan

dmsnyder's picture

I just recently started. I'm using the grain mill attachment for my KitchenAid mixer. So far, no problems and I love the breads I've made using fresh milled WW.


AnnaInMD's picture

I like mine, too  :)

beeman1's picture

I use a country living mill.

swtgran's picture

Yes, I use a Nutrimill and love it.

flourgirl51's picture

I use a commercial stone mill and also use a Nutrimill for very fine grinds of the grains that we grow.

Mebake's picture

What mill do you use, Qahtan?

subfuscpersona's picture

I mill wheat, other grains and some beans.

I own 3 grain mills, all electric. I use all of them. Here they are...


== Hobart-made Kitchenaid Grain Mill Attachment ==

  - shown attached to my beloved Hobart-made Kitchenaid mixer


== Nutrimill Grain Mill (one speed model) ==


== Lee Household Flour Mill ==

BettyR's picture

I also have a Nutrimill that I not only grind my wheat but popcorn for my cornmeal as well.

RealFoodLiving's picture

I use a WonderMill, which I prefer over the NutriMill and I also use a Retsel to mill all my grains and legumes.

Frequent Flyer's picture
Frequent Flyer

milling wheat at home using a Blendtek mill.

I love the results.  Great taste and very good loaves.