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WonderMill Grain Mill

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  • The World's Cleanest, Quietest, Easy To Use Mill
  • High speed, stainless steel mill will not overheat your flour
  • Maintenance and trouble free design - no gumming, jamming or glazing
  • 12-cup capacity flour receiver doubles as a convenient storage canister
  • 1-3/4 hp motor, 120 volts, Lifetime Warranty
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WonderMill Grain Mill + WonderMill Small Grains Attachment + Non-GMO Project Verified Hard White Wheat Berries | 100% Non-Irradiated | Certified Kosher Parve | USA Grown |Identity Preserved (We tell you which field we grew it in)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 10 x 15 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000CPJKWC
  • Item model number: WonderMill
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (183 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,684 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The WonderMill, formerly known as the WhisperMill, is "The World's Cleanest, Quietest, Easiest To Use Mill." Imagine your favorite recipes made with the great taste of 100% whole grain goodness and all the nutrition from every grain. The WonderMill is the quietest and fastest flour mill available. You can create super fine flour or coarse flour at temperatures that preserve nutrients, ensuring that you will always have the perfect flour for your food. Professionals everywhere agree the WonderMill is the mill to own. The WonderMill has the capacity to perform big jobs. You can grind over 100 pounds of flour in an hour. You don't have to worry about overloading the WonderMill because of it's large 1250 watt motor. The WonderMill will not only grind wheat, rice and other small grains, but will also grind legumes and beans as large as garbanzos. The WonderMill is extremely easy to use. Simply fill the hopper and you'll get flour. There are no small parts or gaskets to misplace, and cleaning the WonderMill is quick, easy, and virtually dust free. The WonderMill is the only mill that has passed the stringent testing required to be certified by UL, CSA, and CE. Many mills on the market have not been able to pass any of these. If you live in Canada this is really important, because without the CSA approval you assume all the Liability if there is an electrical problem that causes a fire. You can rest assured as you use the WonderMill that you won't have any electrical problems in your home resulting from the WonderMill.

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Customer Reviews

It is easy to use and easy to clean.
Renee Swenson
First of all, it does sound like a vacuum cleaner, just not quite as loud.
Jamie
The bread from the milled flour has been so good.
Vicky C. Shaw

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

181 of 183 people found the following review helpful By C. Hudnall on January 27, 2010
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Let's start right with - I LOVE my WonderMill! I also have a hand-grinding mill (Back to Basics) that I have used, but decided to look around for an electric mill, because even though the B2B is great, my hands and arms got tired, quick. Have no fear though, I'll keep the B2B for when the power is out, or we go camping, it does a great fine grind. So, I did some research, and then I saw and read some comparison tests. Well, I chose the WonderMill.

Just to clear up some things:

YES, you can turn off your WonderMill in the middle of grinding. Whether you can do this with the older models, I don't know, but the newer models you can. The manual still states (shown below) that it 'should' never be turned off, but if you go to the video link that I included, John shows you how to do to it. The manual has not been updated, per phone call.

Here is the information from the manual:

"You should NEVER SWITCH OFF your mill during its milling cycle. Wait
until it has finished milling all of the grain in the hopper before stopping.
Starting the mill with grain in the hopper or stopping the mill while it is in
process may cause your mill to clog up with flour. If you wish to mill a small
amount of flour just add a small amount of grain.

If an emergency occurs and you must turn off the mill before the hopper is
empty, turn the texture knob to the far left, pastry setting (11 o'clock), then
switch the mill off. To restart the mill, remove all grains, hold mill firmly and
shake mill upside down while tapping one side of the mill, readjust the texture
knob to the coarse position, then turn the mill on. If the mill only hums - Do
NOT continue to try to run the mill.
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115 of 117 people found the following review helpful By John Moore on December 1, 2008
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This is a very capable machine and is a second time purchase. The first one I bought was called a Whisper Mill and has worked flawlessly for several years of regular use. This new machine the Wonder Mill was purchased as a gift and appears identical in function with very minor cosmetic differences.
The new title is more appropriate as it is anything but quiet. IT IS LOUD. If you follow the very simple directions it will probably last a lifetime. Be sure to keep the filter and cyclone clean on the receiver/container and make sure the lid snaps on tight or you will have a kitchen full of flour. NEVER put grain in the in feed hopper with the unit off! NEVER turn the unit off till all the grain is finished milling, then wait a few seconds after the in feed hopper is empty before shutting it down. This is clearly stated in the instructions.The Wonder Mill does a great job of making rice flour, great for the gluten intolerant. Highly Recommended!
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90 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Vicky C. Shaw on October 8, 2007
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I make bread on a weekly basis, and so I use this every week to mill my flour. It makes the flour so fine you would almost think it was unbleached white. The bread from the milled flour has been so good. The only thing is I do wish is that I could get a nice course grind from it so I can make things like polenta with it. Other than that I recommend this mill for anyone that is really serious about milling their own grain.
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87 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Nancy on January 9, 2010
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There are several drawbacks to this grain mill.

1. There isn't much of a range for flour coarseness. In fact, on mine, I can't really tell much difference between coarse and pastry. I really would have preferred to be able to have both a very coarse-ground flour and a very fine-ground flour. Instead, with the WonderMill, all my flour is slightly gritty - definitely coarser than is ideal for pastry flour, unless you don't mind a gritty sensation in cookies or brownies!

2. It's almost impossible for me to get the lid off of the flour canister (part on the right in the picture) once it's snapped on all the way. If I've ground more than about a cup of flour, it's a real problem because prying off the lid leads to flour flying everywhere when it finally snaps off. Perhaps I'm just not strong enough?

3. If the flour canister lid is not all the way on, watch out! Flour will spew out everywhere, and it will look like it snowed in your house. You can't shut the unit off while there's grain in it, so if you are unfortunate enough to realize too late that the lid that you thought was all the way on really isn't on all the way, you'll be forced to watch the flour shoot out all over everything. This would be more easily avoided if it were easier to get the lid on all the way. A screw lid would be fantastic. Unfortunately, this one just kind of gets pushed into place, but there's no click to tell you it's all the way on.

4. It's almost impossible to get the little tube that connects the grinder to the flour canister to connect well. In fact, on my mill I have to actually hold the tube in place to keep the flour from squirting out on the sides and going everywhere. I've only succeeded once in getting the tube far enough in to stay in on its own.

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By JoeyRN on January 4, 2011
I purchased a Whisper Mill about 10 years ago; it died this past week. It is not particularly quiet, about the noise level of a vacuum cleaner. It mills very efficiently; we normally mill flour as we need it, as it is a very speedy process. It does spew out flour from the side if the lid is not on tightly; however, I usually just held the lid snugly in place, since it required such a short time to mill the grain anyway. I have used this mill frequently with virtually every kind of grain: rice, spelt, wheat, soybeans, etc. The only grain that has not worked well is field corn (for cornmeal); however, popcorn works great to make cornmeal as well, and the mill handled it beautifully. It has always worked faithfully (until now at least)in the time that I have owned it. I would purchase one again. A ten year lifetime is not too bad, especially with the heavy use that I have given my Whisper Mill; most our other small appliances have not lasted that long.
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