Milling flour with the Marga Mulino Flaker
TLDR: I milled my own flour using the Marcato Marga Mulino and baked a nice soft multigrain loaf.
Pleasant Hill Grains calls it a Flaker and doesn't mention making flour while the Marcato site calls it "the compact mill to grind wheat and grains to make flour, flakes and malt for beer". I think the Marcato characterization is more accurate.
I have successfully made a loaf with 45% milled flour. I milled 15% hard red winter wheat, 15% prairie gold wheat, 10% spelt and 5% rye all together in 6 passes. It took about 5 minutes and low effort to make the 90 grams of flour I needed for my tiny loaf. I wouldn't want to grind a kilogram of flour this way but my large loaves require only 200 grams of whole grain flour.
Of course it makes beautiful flakes as well. Freshly flaked oats and wheat make great tasting and fragrant porridge.
The resulting bread tastes really good and is soft as I make with King Arthur white whole wheat.
Below I include pictures of the flour, loaf and a slice.