i was wondering if anyone has experience using a hand-powdered grain mill for any extended period of time. i am interested in grinding my own grains for bread flour and some other uses cut-oats, etc . the electric mills are very expensive and the hand mills are a bargain in comparison. i am just worried about how well they work and if the
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i personally chose not to buy the mixer attachment mill because they don't have the range of grinding i wanted and aren't as high of quality. i did look at manual mills and i really love the grainmaker made in montana but in the end i knew that i didn't want to stand there cranking the thing. but if i was going to buy a manual mill that would
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the adjuster is a plastic tab on top. the mill easily refills after the base and battery pack are removed with a simple twist. but the downside is that, whenever you turn the mill upside down, it starts grindingincluding the times when youre trying to remove the base to add peppercorns or put new batteries in. its also a little noisy
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all you have to do is save before entering the area, go in, see if the item in question is the one you want, and if not, reload. i call this process item fishing call it item grinding if that suits you better . when there's a great disparity in item quality, i'll note it within the ***item fishing*** section. this will typically be noted
i have the komo grain mill also, the 'magic' version. i chose it because the finish is beechwood and stainless steel and it looked the most contemporary of them all. komo mills are german made and excellent quality. i have had mine for 3 years now and have milled all kinds of grains in it. it has settings from coarse to fine. not sure where i
hi. i'm new here, and recently bought a 'perfex' peppermill on ebay, to match my perfex salt mill. it doesn't. i took it apart to see why it doesn't grind as well as the salt mill, and discovered that the lower mill wheel is not steel, as should be, but nickel-plated brass. it's a knock-off, a fake.
Environmental Protection and Health One
LUM is of little dust and noise, achieving Environmental Protection Request, it is quite environmentally friendly
To Improve the Purity Two
Low investment cost: LUM use PLC/DCS automatic control system, well save the cost of operators.
High Efficiency Three
LUM has excellent grinding-efficiency for the special design of roller shell and grinding plate curve.
Low Cost Four
Utilize advanced working principle and reduce the grinding time, as a result, the final products has little iron and the whiteness and purity are raised.