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NutriMill Classic Grain Mill

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  • 20 Cup capacity grain mill that keeps all the vitamins and nutrition in every batch of flour
  • The world's first variable texture control mill for creating fine or course flour
  • Grinds non-oily grains with precision grain feed control; No gumming, no overheating, no jamming, no hassle
  • Multi-channel air flow for better motor cooling and longer mill life, self cleaning milling chamber that is easy to use
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 12.5 x 14.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001UI37N8
  • Item model number: 760200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (188 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,063 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Why mill your own flour, when it's so readily available? Commercial mills remove 30 percent of the wheat kernel, removing the most nutritious part of the grain to make white flour. Commercially milled flour also removes all of the wheat germ oils to prevent it from going rancid and preserving the flour's shelf-life. Ninety percent of the nutritional value of the wheat berry is contained in the wheat germ. Wheat germ oil has almost no shelf life and becomes rancid very quickly. Rancid oil is a carcinogen; government health regulations require the removal of the wheat germ oil from all commercially milled flours to ensure safety. Milling your own flour not only ensures that your flour is as nutritious as it can be, it has a wonderful taste that is lost to commercially made whole-grain flour. Whole grains are important for numerous reasons: strokes, heart attacks, clogged arteries and cardiovascular problems can be prevented when whole grains are eaten regularly. The L'Equip NutriMill is a wonderful way to add nutritious grains to your healthy diet. With it's 20 cup capacity, variable texture control, quiet operation and easy to use self-cleaning milling chamber, you're minutes away from that first batch of fresh-baked bread.


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Customer Reviews

It is easy to use and easy to clean.
walkbyfaith777
Love this machine and the wonderful whole grain bread that I have been able to make with the wonderful fresh flour.
Arich
They've used this for about two weeks--and LOVE IT.
Kim Quilter

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713 of 751 people found the following review helpful By noyb on November 17, 2007
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I've owned a Nutrimill, a Whispermill and now own a WonderMIll and a KitchenAid mill.

I started with the KitchenAid mill. I really like it for a number of reasons. I like that it extends the use of my KA, and that it was cheaper than the rest of the mills. Also, I like being able to produce cracked wheat and rye chops. In both cases, you want the grain lightly broken and still identifiable. In "The Bread Builders" the authors joke that when you make rye chops, you want three pieces out of the mill for each two that go in. Pretty much true. However, the down side is that it's difficult to produce finely milled flour. Like othes here, I use the two pass system.

Which is what led me to the WhisperMill. It ground grain very finely and had little in the way of adjustment. It went from very fine to very, very fine. No cracked wheat. No rye chops. And, it seemed that the flour quality wasn't as good for bread making purposes as I wanted. However, it was able to make flour in a single pass and could be used for extended periods of time.

That led me to buy a NutriMill because of its advertized and much ballyhooed wider range of settings, a larger hopper, and the claim that it was able to handle starts and stops with grain in the hopper, which the WhisperMill does not handle. Sadly, the wider range of settings is not terribly releavant. Instead of going from very fine to very, very fine it goes from fine to very, very fine. No cracked wheat, no rye chops, and still the breadmaking characteristics of the flour seemed lacking.
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139 of 144 people found the following review helpful By C. Couzens on January 13, 2009
I have owned this mill for almost a year. Based on all the reviews I was expecting to love it. However, I was very disappointed in its performance in several areas:

1) as other reviewers have mentioned, it was extremely loud, much louder than the loudest vacuum cleaner, with a very high ear-piercing pitch. It was so loud that I installed an outlet in a cabinet, so it would be slightly quieter when I used the mill. Even then, I had to be in a different part of the house to endure the noise.

2) it was extremely messy. The mill produced a lot of flour "dust" around it. I measured about 3/4 cup of "wasted flour" when milling only 3 cups of grain!

3) the mill took an extremely looooong time to mill: about 45 minutes to grind 3 cups of flour!

HOWEVER, I LOVED the flour that the Nutrimill produced! So, I put up with its downfalls to get that wonderfully fine, fresh flour. But, occasionally I would come across other reviews praising the mill so much that I wondered if something was wrong with mine.

I called Kitchen Resources and told them the problems I've outlined here and they promptly sent a replacement bowl and lid, thinking that the problem might have been a faulty seal on the lid. I very excitedly tried out my new bowl, but to the same effect as before, just as much mess, noise, and grinding time.

I got to where I did not even use the Nutrimill very often, I was so sick of its problems. Finally, I called Kitchen Resources again and was told to send them the whole machine for service. I repackaged it in the original packaging and sent it by UPS for about $20.
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174 of 187 people found the following review helpful By Tim on November 3, 2007
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Our experience with this mill generates this mixed review. Of high quality workmanship and very powerful and fast, this mill offers much to the "do-it-yourself" whole grain baker. However, it is a flour "puffer" and has driven us to mill only outdoors. My wife was reacting to the amount of fine flour dust it generated in the house. Secondly, since it is a flour puffer, fine flour covers the entire mill - every surface, nook, and cranny. Additionally, the motor air cooling passages get a fine coating of flour. Some of these surfaces are impossible to clean. Since we live in Florida were our home's internal humidity is always in the 55 to 60% range, we find mold growing on the surfaces we either fail to clean or cannot clean. We are now in the market for a manual mill that can be completely disassembled and cleaned easily.
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87 of 95 people found the following review helpful By M. Pond on July 13, 2005
I've had this mill for a few months and it's wonderful. Not a speck of flour on my counter afterward. It's fast and quieter than my vacuum cleaner. It really does do SUPER fine flour all the way to cereal grain. Easy cleanup, easy to store, great capacity. I debated between the Nutrimill & Whisper Mill, but I'm glad I went with this one!
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Renaissance Man on October 18, 2007
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I have owned my Nutrimill for 3 months and I use it daily to make flour for bread. It is great. I can make flour very fine for pastry or less fine for bread, cereal or tabouli. I can add grain while the machine runs. I was using the Vitamix until I burned out the motor. The problem I had with Vitamix was that the flour got so hot while grinding I had to refrigerate the grain before using it. The Vitamix cannot do more than about 2 cups at a time and that was a real pain. With the Nutrimill I do all I need in one load and the flour comes out warm and smelling great.
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