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Deluxe Grain Mill by VICTORIO VKP1024
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- PERFECT HOME MILL: Great for small batch baking or emergency preparedness by grinding wheat, rice, barley and other small, hard dry grains
- COARSE TO FINE: Front dial lets you easily adjust from coarse for cracked grains to fine for bread quality flour
- STABLE ATTACHMENT: Mounting clamp securely attaches to stable surfaces from 1/2 inch to 2 inches thick
- LARGE CAPACITY: Hopper holds up to 4-1/2 cups of grain
- OPTIONAL MOTOR (VKP1024-M) available separately
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The VICTORIO Deluxe Grain Mill lets you grind wheat, rice, quinoa, barley, millet, spelt and other small free-flowing, non-oily grains. Not for grinding beans or large hard grains. The durable stainless steel Milling Cone will last for years under normal household use. Full 2 year warranty.
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The unit is very sturdy and grinds the berries very well. It takes a little work to crank enough flour, but my whole family comes running every time I start using this thing. Everyone wants a turn grinding berries and the kids are so fascinated that is how flour is made. I would estimate about 2 minutes per cup of flour, depending on how fast you can crank it.
I leave this mounted on my counter full time since I use flour everyday, but it is pretty compact and easy to store. After using this unit manually, I really don't know why people opt to grind their own flour, but then buy an electric mill. Using this grinder will have you going a step further than "made from scratch" and leave you with a real appreciation for you baked goods.
Update: Just wanted to let you know that I was able to put great northern beans into this grinder and had no problems getting bean flour. There was no need to crack the beans up before grinding.
The electric motor fits on easily. It doesn't go any faster than hand cranking, just easier.
The adjustment from fine to croase is the cap on the end of the tube the flour comes out. (flour falls out the bottom.
I bought the regular (non-deluxe model) tens years ago when it was called the "Back to Basics hand mill". I like using these because they can be used to make consistent sized cracked wheat. The impact flower mills do not make cracked wheat (just varies settings on flour). They don't have mill stones like my mom used (Mix & Mill from 1970's)
Deluxe has 3 advantages over the basic model.
- Not as messy as basic model. Flour or cracked wheat drops down into bowl. other model most drops but some flies out making a wide pile.
- Fine/Coarse adjustment stays still. The adjustment on the other model is on the handle, as you crank the adjustment can slowly move so you need to recalibrate how fine it is.
- Electric motor option. Makes it easy to grind without getting tired.
- I wish it would grind slightly more coarse. If I loosen more to make it more course then the cap falls off. This could be solved with a design that has more threads so you can open it more without it falling off. On the coarsest setting it makes a great cracked wheat though. I am happy, but could be happier if I could just adjust a bit more.
I decided to go for this "Deluxe" Model (rather than the less expensive version) so that if I liked it, and wanted to free my hands I could order the electric motor - and I think I probably will, though I will probably grind by hand as much or more than with the motor :)
It took about 5 minutes to do a cup, and that's leisurely grinding while watching TV, and picking a few grains of oats out every now and then ;) (Organic grain from a local farm!)
My first batch came out SO COARSE!!! And I was very disappointed, but decided to give it a go again, and figured "what the heck, I'll REALLY tighten it!" So I kind of 'forced it' past what felt like tight, and voila! BEAUTIFUL, fine flour!!! The new metal, must have had a bit of a tight spot - I tightened a few times as I grinded, and was making very fine, wonderful flour!
The first loaf if rising now, and I sprinkled some of the coarser flour on top - I expect it will be as lovely as it will be yummy!
Update: The bread WAS as yummy as it was lovely! The texture was wonderful - and it was all whole wheat flour - no white. I am SOOOO impressed with this little mill!! And I ordered it through my Amazon Prime and got 2 day free shipping! It doesn't get much better!
UPDATE: I've been using this regularly (once or twice a week) for a month and a half now, and am very pleased with this purchase. I have and will continue to recommend it to anyone looking for a hand grinder. I'll be ordering the motor one of these days, but am VERY pleased with it's efficiency and ease of use!
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