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KitchenAid GMA Grain Mill Attachment for Stand Mixers

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  • Grain mill attachment greatly expands a stand mixer's flexiblity
  • Ideal for making your own flour from low-moisture, non-oily grains
  • Includes brush for cleaning, tips, and recipes
  • Can make up to 10 cups at a time
  • Grain mill can be used with any KitchenAid stand mixer
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 6 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SGFL
  • Item model number: GMA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,251 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Enhance your cookies, cakes, breads and more with the wonderful flavor of homemade flour. This grain mill attachment slips into your KitchenAid stand mixer, turning it into a household flour mill in seconds. It adjusts to properly grind wheat, corn, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, barely and millet to the exact texture you're after. Easy to use and easy to clean. Made in USA. 8-1/2Hx4Wx7D".

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Cooking from scratch is made easier with a stand mixer, and made all the more literal with this grain mill attachment. Use it to make flour out of wheat, corn, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, and millet--any low-moisture, non-oily grain (peanuts and coffee are a no-no with this tool). Make up to 10 cups at a time. The mill is sturdy, heavy, and easy to assemble and attach to the mixer's hub. Adjust the knob to the desired grind, fill the unit with grains, and crank it up to 10. When you're through, brush it clean with the small brush included in the kit. If you need to, wash it by hand, but don't put it in the dishwasher. --Betsy Danheim


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Customer Reviews

We chose not to have it repaired.
Lore Knows
I used the mill to grind my grains to make Ezekiel Bread and it turned out great.
Kenneth R Hale
The resulting flour makes the greatest bread.
Gail Prather

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

247 of 250 people found the following review helpful By GymBoss on January 13, 2001
This product does a great job...what the manufacturer fails to tell you that your local distributor probably would, mine did, is that you need to first run the wheat through on a really course setting. Then run it through on a finer setting. I actually take the time to run it through 3 times. It doesn't take that much longer, and its worth the time. I have found if I do this, my machine doesn't have to work as hard.
This is a great an "cheaper" way of getting a wheat grinder. ;o )
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484 of 506 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 18, 2005
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Update October 22, 2012
The original review was written back in 2005. Since then, KitchenAid has replaced the plastic gearbox cover with one made with metal. This review may be outdated at this point, but accurately reflects the problems we were having back under the previous design.

Original text from February 18, 2005:
This attachment reveals a design flaw in the Kitchenaid Mixer design. Inside every Kitchenaid Mixer you have a transmission/gearbox that drive both the mixer and the accessory drive shaft. This gearbox has a PLASTIC cover that holds all the gears in place.

The grain mill attachment places the *most* stress on your kitchenaid, more than any other attachment you can buy. What happens is when you're grinding wheat, it heats up that gearbox and the plastic cover starts to flex, and if you run it more than 10 minutes it'll heat up enough to break the plastic.

I bought this attachement for my wife for Christmas 2004. It broke the transmission and stripped the gears on the mixer in January. We removed the cover and saw the cracked plastic. Kitchenaid promptly sent a replacement mixer even though ours was "out of warranty". This tells me that they KNOW about their design flaw.

We got our shiny new Kitchenaid Mixer the next week. My wife took it out of the box, attached the grain mill and started it grinding flour. Within 10 minutes the plastic cover failed on the new one. Kitchenaid sent out a new one, again. We're now on our third mixer and we're looking to get a refund from Kitchenaid for the Grain Mill so we can go out and buy a real wheat grinder.

It's really sad. All Kitchenaid needs to do is put a metal gearbox cover on the transmission and you could grind wheat into flour non-stop. I can't believe that they're willing to stake their good name on a plastic part!
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121 of 126 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 18, 2002
Generally I've been satisfied with all Kitchen Aid attachments, but this one is a little different. For the price I could buy myself a stand alone grain mill with more features and save the load on my beloved workhorse.
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98 of 101 people found the following review helpful By pat on December 24, 2001
If you want to take the time to grind twice just for one loaf that's okay,BUT, if you are interested in grinding 5 or more pounds at once this is not the mill you want. Try the Grainmaster with the lifetime warranty.
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64 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Gail Prather on January 17, 2002
I have had the pleasure of milling all the wheat we use for bread with this mill for almost 5 years. It does a terrific job. I have never double milled and do not find that step necessary. The resulting flour makes the greatest bread.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By D. Askins on February 3, 2009
I own a KitchenAid 6 quart Professional mixer with 525 watts of power and purchased this grain mill so we could grind our own wheat for bread.

It was a complete disaster. Not only does it completely stress out the mixer but it does not grind nearly fine enough for flour. Following other advise to run the grain through 2 times, we filled the hopper with the berries and before it finished (on medium grind) the mixer was so hot we had to stop the machine for about 45 minutes. Trying to run the medium grind to a finer grind totally cooked my beloved mixer and broke the bearing before the grinding was complete. (We did have the metal gear box but that didn't stop the damage that this mill did).

I agree with most of the reviews here purchase a real grain mill and save your mixer!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By JOLARA on October 25, 2008
We have had this grinder for about 3 years now and we love it. I usually mix 4 cups of wheat and 1 cup of soy beans together to grind into flour for bread making and have had no problems.
I've heard many stories of people having their motors burn out from the usage of this attachment. If you keep in mind a few things, you shouldn't have any problems. First off, you should only grind no more than 5 cups at one time, otherwise you risk burning out your motor. Also, I only put my setting on '2'. It may take a bit longer to grind, but I still have a mixer to use afterwards. You can also grind your grain twice. First time on a coarser setting then run it through again to a finer grind. I've never had to do this as using the #2 setting on my mixer and only grinding 5 cups max has given me no problems.
FWIW, I have The Professional 5 mixer with a 350 Watt motor.
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48 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Lore Knows on July 8, 2010
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We owned a KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer. This mixer has 325 Watts of power and falls somewhere in the middle of KitchenAid's line of stand mixers. We purchased the Grain Mill to save a little money and space instead of buying a stand alone grain mill. According to KitchenAid, the Artisan mixer can handle the Grain Mill. We used the grain mill successfully--well within the guidelines listed by KitchenAid--maybe four times, but on the fifth usage, it broke the mixer. The motor made a high-pitched whine, and then it never worked properly again.

The mixer was only about two year old and gently used, but it was out of warranty. When we contacted KitchenAid customer service, they were unwilling to help us out. They were unwilling to acknowledge that the Grain Mill may have been the cause. In fact, they claimed that since the mixer didn't break on the first usage that a subsequent usage could not be the cause for the mixer to fail. They told us we could send it to KitchenAid for repair or take it to a local KitchenAid approved repair shop; we took it to a local shop, where we were told that it could be repaired for $303--more than the retail price of a brand new mixer. The repairman could not come out and state that the Grain Mill was the cause, but he said it was "possible" in a way that made me believe that it was responsible. We chose not to have it repaired.

We returned the Grain Mill and have purchased a stand alone Grain Mill. We do not currently have a Stand Mixer, but when or if we do purchase one, it won't be from KitchenAid.

The bread that we made with fresh-ground flour before the mixer broke was fabulous. I encourage everyone reading this to buy a grain mill and taste the way that flour is supposed to taste. And I encourage everyone reading this to purchase any stand-alone grain mill and to NOT invest in the KitchenAid Grain Mill.
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