What can you grind with a Marathon or All grain mill (stone mills)
I'm looking to purchase my first grain mill and found a used Marthon uni-mill($150) and a little Jiffy All Grain mill($125). Both are older stone mills. Can either of these grind corn for corn meal? I'm assuming you would use popcorn. I'm also debating whether I should purchase a mill that can mill dry grains and stuff like nuts and seeds and beans. Right now I just make bread and an a novice but wondering how often people grind wet goods and for what purposes. I've seend the miracle electric flour mill and know it comes with steel burr grinding wheels so I'm guessing that should be able to do it all for $200. It has mixed reviews on the finess of the flour and it's pretty slow.
Any thoughts on the grain mills mentioned would be appreciated and any thoughts on when you grind wet nuts/seeds as well. And what about corn on stones?