I currently have the Nutrimill, which I don't use very often because I also have a three month old and dishes are not high on my list of things that I have time to do. I'm looking into the Komo mills because they have 1. a crazy long warranty and 2. no receiving bowl to clean. My husband and I both like baking and usually make a couple pizza crusts and an artisan loaf each week, and really never use more than 4 cups at a time. Currently our solution is to grind large batches and keep in the freezer, but I'm interested in looking for a mill that looks okay on the counter and is easier/quicker to use.
I just had a couple questions that I can't find the answers to online.
1. What is the practical difference between the Fidibus 21 and the Fidibus Classic? I'm looking at the specs, but quite honestly, I have no idea what they mean. Is the 21 simply slower, or is it lower quality in that it cannot grind as fine or will not last as long?
2. Do the stone mills have to be taken apart and cleaned each time you use one? I'm not reading anything that would lead me to believe that, but if I'm going to spend a bucket on something, I'd rather not get it and find out it's more work than my Nutrimill.