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KoMo Classic Grain Mill

4.8 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
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  • 12 year warranty
  • Solid beechwood construction
  • Infinitely adjustable from fine flour to course meal
  • 8-9 oz/min milling rate
  • 360 watt motor, 110 volt

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Product Description

Designed by Wolfgang Mock of Germany, the KoMo Classic Grain Mill is irresistible to lovers of clean design, natural materials and fine craftsmanship. KoMo believes design sophistication lies not in great complexity, but in simplicity: A design is finished when no extraneous parts remain. The Classic's construction of solid native beechwood with fingerjointed corners embodies the warm and simple goodness of whole grain foods. Housed within the Classic's handsome exterior is an exceptionally advanced, yet beautifully simple, milling mechanism. Precisely fitted corundum/ceramic burrs grind to any texture you choose, from exceedingly fine flour to coarse meal (even merely cracked if you wish). All by simply rotating the hopper to align with your choice on the front texture-setting scale. All dry grains can be ground, including wheat (both hard and soft), oat groats (dehulled oats), rice, triticale, kamut, spelt, buckwheat, barley, rye, millet, teff, quinoa, amaranth, sorghum and dent (field) corn. It will also grind spices, lentils and dry beans (pinto, red, garbanzo, kidney, etc.) It isn't suitable for herbs, oilseeds like flax or sesame, popcorn, or fibrous materials.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8.5 x 7.8 x 13.5 inches
Item Weight 15 pounds
Shipping Weight 15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer KoMo
ASIN B00GH11O7E
Item model number 25-KOMOCLASSIC
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4.8 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #57,210 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#4 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances > Food Grinders & Mills > Grain Mills
Date first available at Amazon.com December 7, 2012

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I have owned and used the Komo Classic for over 3 years now, and I absolutely adore it. The mill is very well made, has infinite adjustment, and is pretty quiet for a grain mill. I adapted my bread recipes to the hopper size, which makes baking day a breeze. I make flour that is talcum-powder fine with zero issues. I also can make cornbread that is freakin' unbelievable by grinding the corn and wheat together. Having so much control of the grind size means one can pretty much bake anything, anytime. Using Durham wheat or Kamut makes excellent noodles and pasta. I highly recommend the sifter attachment as well. The sifter will give you a beautiful, soft and fluffy flour, as well as using the separated bran to coat the top of your loaves for a nutty crunch. Using soft white wheat and a fine grind makes for excellent pastries and cakes.

The mill is easy to clean and to keep clean. Occasionally running a bit of rice through the mill will keep the stones clean.
You CAN overlaid this mill, but the mill will automatically shut down if you do. This happened to me once when grinding 15 pounds of flour for a friend to a very fine grind. The solution is to grind twice, which weirdly enough, takes no more time, and machine will not overheat.

As a long time chef and cook(35 years plus), I'm not a real "gadget guy," as most gadgets don't save the time they advertise. This mill, however, is well worth having, although the price is steep, at first glance. After 3 years I can say the price is well worth it. If you love to bake, especially breads, this mill will bring your baking to another level, really.
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I bought my Komo Classic Mill from Pleasant Hill Grains in mid-2012. I looked at Nutrimill and Wondermill, which are both excellent flour mills that cost a couple hundred dollars less. But I bought the Komo because of its beautiful appearance, and because it's more versatile. It grinds from very fine to very coarse. I make cracked grain cereals, sandwich loaves, tortillas, biscuits, pie crusts, pancakes, waffles...if it uses grains I grind my own. 100% organic whole grains for everything. Better flavor and actual nutritional value.

All the grain mills advertise that they are "quieter". They're all quiet when you run them empty. When you add grain they're noisy. The Komo uses two replaceable ultra-hard ceramic-carborundum millstones. They will last for years. If you're worried about eating little millstone grits as they wear, don't worry because they're inert and pass through your body. You're not going to ingest very much anyway unless you abuse them.

The best beginner's cookbook for 100% whole wheat baking is "The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book: A Guide to Whole-Grain Breadmaking." Most so-called whole wheat cookbooks cheat and use white flour. Not this one.

It took me a year to learn to make a good basic sandwich loaf, because I have a Bosch Universal Mixer for kneading the bread dough, and most of the howtos are misleading. YouTube is full of instructional videos on using the Bosch for bread baking that add all kinds of goofy additives (coconut oil, dough conditioners), and they go straight from the mixer to the loaf pans. They ignore proper gluten development and loaf-shaping. The biggest problem is they knead at high speeds, and this is fatal to proper gluten development because the Bosch is so powerful it tears it apart.
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Awesome! I originally purchased the Nutri-Mill but it made such a mess and grinding coarse was impossible. So I splurged and got this one. I am so glad I did! I put my measuring cup at the spout, grind my grain or corn (no problems using coarse) and voila! No muss, no fuss. Great product!
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I bought this mill about 6 years ago and love it. I purchased it from a company that dealt directly with Germany. When I saw it here on Amazon I had to write a review.

It's a beauty. Real dove-tail edges. Beautiful wood. Easy to use, very easy to use. You can store your wheat berries in the upper hop and just grind what you need; it holds about 4 cups. I always grind on the number 1 setting to make a very fine, powdery flour. Not one grain or lump can you feel in it. I can put a measuring spoon for 1 tablespoon of flour, or a measuring cup for a cup of flour, right under the spigot and it grinds right into the container. No need to empty the berries when you are done grinding, just leave them in the hopper to grind again another time. You can start and stop the machine with the berries in the hopper, not like other machines. Be sure to leave the lid on when grinding to reduce the noise. Simple on/off switch. To make a courser flour, just turn the hopper to the desired setting. 1 is fine higher numbers are coarser.

If you can wait to buy a grain mill, get this one. Save what you can to purchase it. I have not regretted this purchase at all. I don't have a lot of money so this was a huge investment; and am proud of it sitting on my kitchen counter.
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I love this mill. It is nice to just have it sitting out and I pour and grind what I need. It is a little loud when grinding but the grinding of wheat is loud. It gets even hard wheat nice and fine. It used to be a chore to grind with other grinders, they couldn't run out or you killed the burr, and they got so hot. Also it took forever to get 4 cups of wheat. This is fast and Worth the money.
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