Milling grain in Germany
I am new to this forum and have so many questions! But I'll only ask these for now. We are a military family relocating to Germany in a couple months. I currently have a nutrimill and mill my own flour. I use it both to mill wheat and spelt but also gluten-free grains since my son is GF. Unfortunately, my nutrimill is a 60 hz machine and probably won't work over there. Can anyone recommend a mill that will work there and where I can get it? I don't think I could afford to feed us without milling my own GF flours. They are just too expensive, even at the Commissary. Would it be best to sell mine here and procure one there? It would be nice if there were a 50/60 hz machine that I could use in both places with a transformer. Any advice on bread baking over there in general would be appreciated. I'm not even sure where I could buy bulk grains and nuts in Europe and if my bread baking habit is even feasible over there. Thanks for any advice!