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Food Mill with Beans and Small Grains Attachment - Grain Mill Grinder for Home and Professional Use, 1250 W Flour Milling Machine - High Speed Wheat Grinder Electric Grain Mill by WonderMill
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- POWERFUL and FAST-GRINDING LG MOTOR — This grain miller works faster than most electric grain mills in the market. Powered by a 1,250-watt LG Electronics motor that gives you both quality and longevity; sturdy and built to last for as long as you own it
- EASY-TO-USE SMALL GRAINS and BEANS ATTACHMENT — WonderMill flour mill grinder allows you to use your electric mill with a lot more flexibility to create fresh and healthy kinds of flour from small non-gluten grains and like amaranth, teff, tapioca, quinoa, coarse salt, and more
- QUICKLY GRIND LARGE DRY BEANS — Garbanzo beans and chickpeas are troublesome for many grain mills but with the bean adapter, you can now grind larger dry beans without clogging the mill hopper; get even more variety of healthy homemade flour
- MADE TOUGH and HEAVY DUTY — Built to grind large quantities of flour in minutes, not hours; this electric grain grinder has the world's most demanding electronic-testing and Certification Standards - UL (for USA), CSA (for Canada), and CE (for Europe and UK)
- HIGHLY CERTIFIED; LIFETIME WARRANTY — Have peace of mind with our certifications and high quality standards. A limited lifetime warranty is included with every WonderMill grain grinder electric product you purchase
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Grind the Smallest to the Largest of Grains, Beans and Seeds with the WonderMill Electric Mill Combo! This wheat mill can grind almost anything — from wheat, rice and other small grains to gluten-free grains like legumes and beans as large as garbanzos in minutes! It is designed to get the super-fine flour at temperatures that preserve nutrients within every grain, so you’ll keep your ingredients at their healthiest.
Create Even More Variety of Healthy Homemade Flour with the 2-Part Small Grains and Bean Adapter Attachments
WonderMill's small, solid and simple attachments are very easy to use. The Small Grains Attachment has 2 settings: one end has deeper notches for amaranth, teff and other very small grains and seeds while the other end is for rock salt and slightly larger grains. Simply choose a side and grind dry seeds and grains that you normally can't do with most mills.
The Bean Adapter (a.k.a. Garbanzo Bean Adapter) is designed for larger beans or seeds like garbanzo beans or chickpeas which are difficult to mill due to their unique shape. This adapter solves this problem; it allows large beans to feed into the hopper slowly without clogging the mill.
A Lifetime Warranty! Our Mission Statement: “The BEST can always be made BETTER.” This company goal is the reason that, in spite of being rated #1 for the last 5 years, we continue to strive to become much better. In fact, we made over 15 design improvements in our electric mill to ensure it is always up to your high standard for quality.
*NOTE: The WonderMill Electric Grain Mill is fast and gives you good variety of items it can grind, not including oily grains, nuts and seeds. For oily grains, use The WonderMill Junior Deluxe Hand Mill.
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and P.S. make sure it is on before you put the grain in and all the grain has gone through before you turn it off
PPS- they tell you to run 2 cups through that you will throw out just to 'clean' it out as it were...I wish I had something around I didn't care about rather than my sprouted wheat.
Awesome. My second one. Reliable, not very loud (it's loud but not compared to other electric mills). I've milled so much through it and it's a great product.
This mill SUCKS for milling chickpeas whether I use the small grain attachment or hand feed them 1-2 at a time. We use a lot of chickpea flour so this is a big issue for us. It will mill them sometimes at a decent pace & I can get 1 cup of flour in about 15-20 minutes and other times it literally takes HOURS to get 1 CUP of chickpea flour. It seemed that it would work better AFTER I milled white & brown rice first, but nope, not tonight. I made the STUPID mistake of trying to mill chickpeas first... HAH, silly me.. I got 1 CUP of flour in THIRTY MINUTES!!!!! I stopped that NONSENSE & milled rice flour & then just tried chckpea flour.. NOPE! Not a single one will mill even though it just milled through the rice flour, so we KNOW there is NOTHING stuck in it. This mill SUCKS!! NOT again for sure..you have lost a repeat customer.
UPDATE 11-14-17 (two more stars deducted after last night):
STUPID me... last night we were going to make tortillas for dinner with chickpea flour, but of course, there was no more chickpea flour in the freezer. I thought I would mill some up quickly & make the tortillas. THAT was my mistake... THINKING it would go QUICKLY... what a joke!!
Oh, and the MESS?! I saw one review that said there is NO dust, but I can tell you we ALWAYS have dust coming through the black spongy filter in top of the canister when the mill is on; no matter which type of flour & even though I wash the filter after EVERY use...I try to time flour milling BEFORE dusting because if not I am very frustrated having to do it twice, when I barely have enough time to dust once let alone twice.
Back to last night & our extremely FRUSTRATING attempt to mill chickpeas....
So I was HAND feeding 2-3 chickpeas at a time, which may sound CRAZY but I find it EASIER to use than the awkward grain mill attachment that is supposed to make milling chickpeas, tapioca, etc. easier... I beg to differ about the chickpeas for sure. The attachment piece is TOO SHORT, so in order to have a decent grip on it with your fingertips, you can only add a small amount of chickpeas to the hopper when it is in place or as you are rotating the grain mill attachment piece (which is honestly just a small piece of a PVC looking pipe with no end cap) the chickpeas get in the way of your fingers trying to grip the attachment... & God forbid you cough, sneeze, have a kiddo come up & accidentally (or not so accidentally) scare you which results in you llifting the grain mill attachment up... then ALL of the chickpeas go into the mill mechanism & you have to shut it off, tilt them out, & start over. SERIOUSLY?! I canNOT believe I paid the $25-$30 extra for that dumb attachment that I thought was going to make using the mill so much easier when it came to chickpea milling... NOPE! Maybe it will be great for tapioca pearls, but I haven't tried those yet as I can buy tapioca starch locally on the cheap, so I allow myself that one "cheat" of not having to mill tapioca too. Not to mention, before I had the new mill with the attachment, a local store had tapioca pearls on the cheap... but now they went way up in price, so I am trying to find a cheaper source of them so I am not paying double or triple than buying ready milled tapoica starch.
Anyway, last night I started with my usual hand feeding 2-3 dried chickpeas at a time & I got about a TABLESPOON or two of flour milled when the mill clogged... & so I turned the mill off, gently tipped it sideways to get the 3 whole whopping chickpeas out, turned the mill back on & proceeded to try it again. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. after that it would clog IMMEDIATELY... maybe it will mill 5-9 chickpeas... maybe 1.. but it just kept clogging. My husband knew I was ready to cry, so he tried... & the same thing happened with him. My husband is no stranger to heavy equipment & machinery, so this mill should be easy peasy for him.
We kept wondering that maybe there was a chickpea clogging the mill, but of course, one can't actually see into the gridning mechanism because of the stupid center piece that completely blocks your view. I know, I know... the piece is there to keep people from putting something into the gridning mechanism trying to fish out a stuck bean, etc., but at some point you just have to balance out STUPID with COMMON SENSE, & not allowing that center stem to come out (or maybe making it CLEAR so one can at least see under it??) so one can see if there is something stuck in there, is just plain POOR DESIGN. The mill should be being used by adults.. so if the piece were to be able to come out & someone stuck something into the mill, that is on THEM... don't punish the rest of us who have COMMON SENSE not to do something like that because of the few who are not the brightest bulbs. There is a way that it could be degined to lock that center stem in place, yet still be removeable.
As a side note to Wondermill... I have used our $500 Vitamix with open blades for 7 years now & have not been dumb enough to stick something into the blades... I think I am smart enough to manage a grain mill in the same responsible way... as is the majority of the population.
Anyway, after having to fool around with my Wondermill for 2 hours trying to mill CHICKPEA flour, I was at the end of my rope...& we were still HUNGRY for dinner. I decided to throw in some rice & see if that milled... & it went through perfectly. So I then milled about 4 cups of white rice and decided to try the chckpeas again. It started off well... but then within a minute or two the same thing happened.
So we ate leftover soup for dinner instead.
Not to be deterred easily, after eating soup, I decided to mill more white rice flour... so I milled several cups of it & then tried the chickpeas again. I got about half of a cup of chickepa flour that time before it clogged completely. Then I milled more white rice & brown rice too. After milling several cups of both white & brown rice, the chickpeas went through much easier & I changed NOTHING about my method... same chickpeas.
So I hand fed the 2-3 chickpeas at a time & they milled pretty well. It clogged up at times, but nowhere near as bad as was doing before I did the rice flour. That leaves me wondering if the chickpeas are more of a dry product internally & perhaps when milling rice it has more oils to it... and maybe the natural oils in rice act as lubricant going through the grinding mechanism?? I am just guessing, but I do know that I have never started with milling chickpeas first, like I naively tried to do last night. I always mill white & brown rice first (and any other grains), and then mill the chickpeas last because I know they are a hassle to mill having to hand feed 2-3 beans at a time, so maybe my theory is correct?!
Anyway, I am removing another star because I find this whole INABILITY to mill chickpeas FIRST to be INCONVENIENT as I don't always run out of all the flour at the same time. I also think it is rather RIDICULOUS that we find hand feeding 2-3 chickpeas at a time through the mill to be EASIER than using the silly small grain / bean attachment. And, YES, I have seen Wondermill's YouTube video showing how EASY it is to mill chickpeas using the attachment... but it is really no different than any other infomercial. It works great for the few minute demo (which was probably done after milling rice and/or other grains), but definitely does NOT perform as well for the customer.
I certainly hope my Wondermill lasts me several years to come, but unless they improve the machine, I am not quite sure I would buy this mill again in the future, nor recommend it for anybody who wants to mill chickpeas in a timely manner.... and still have your sanity left after you are through milling them.
LOVE the grain mill, but the small grain attachment for milling garbanzo beans is CRAZY SLOW... I know it's so as not to clog the mill, but it is still tedious.
I mill all of our own flour for a gluten & corn free needs. Until now we have been buying tapoica starch too, but now I can mill it myself, which I will do once I get some tapioca pearls.
I mill chickpeas /garbanzo beans, millet, brown rice, white rice, sweet rice, short rice, medium rice, long rice, buckwheat, pinto beans, & others too.
This is our 2nd Wondermill. Our first one was a hand-me-down & it broke recently. It lasted us a good 4 years & was used for about 2-4 years before it was given to us.
The mill is NOT quiet, but this one is a HAIR quieter than our previous "WHISPER" MILL. It is quite the oxymoron to call it quiet... it is louder than a vacuum by far... & I wonder if ear protection should be worn while using it as it doesn't seem any quieter than a ride-on mower.
One star off for the SLOW chickpea milling.
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it grinds beautifully, unifine...it is quick and easy to clean up