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Manual Grain Grinder for Dry and Oily Grains - Durable Kitchen Manual Grain Mill, Fast Hand Flour Mill and Spice Grinder Manual for Home Use - Wonder Junior Deluxe Hand Grain Mill by Wondermill
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- HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION; LIFETIME DURABILITY - A grain mill manual that's built to last a lifetime of use with a heavy duty unibody construction made from high quality aircraft aluminum and super strong epoxy coating so it's lighter than other grain mills in its price range, easy to clean and almost indestructible
- STRONG TABLE MOUNT; STAINLESS STEEL and STONE BURRS SETS - This Deluxe hand grain grinder comes with a double clamp mount that securely attaches the mill to a table or counter; no drilling needed. The stainless steel burrs allow you to mill chocolate or cocoa beans, oily food and high-moisture foods while the stone burrs let you grind wheat, corn and other dry beans
- EASY TO INSTALL and OPERATE; ECONOMICAL - This flour maker grinding machine is specially designed to eliminate separation of parts like plastic hoppers or lock pins and springs that can be easily misplaced. Also comes with heavy duty bearings and solid steel shaft auger
- VERSATILE; MORE CONVENIENT THAN OTHER MILLS - With a stone burrs set and a feed system for all types of grain such as dry, hard, soft or oily grains (like flax seeds or coffee), spices, you can crack grains or produce pastry fine flour and even make smooth and delicious nut butters with one pass, making it more versatile than electric grain mill
- FASTER and MORE EFFICIENT THAN OTHER HAND MILLS - The Wonder Junior Deluxe hand crank grain mill can grind 1.25 cups of flour in a single minute and produce 65% more than other more expensive hand operated grain mills but for half the price. BPA-free; grinds by keeping all the health benefits and nutrients intact
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The Heavy-Duty Food Mill that lets you grind almost all types of grains, seeds, beans and nuts. Grind not only wheat, oats, corn, rice, and other small grains like Quinoa and Amaranth, but also legumes, spices, cloves, flax, coffee beans and a lot more in your own kitchen! Make healthier food options and delicious homemade recipes with Wonder Junior Deluxe at a price that’s truly economical.
Comes with Stone Burrs and Stainless Steel Burrs for versatility — A food grinder that will grind many of the more oily grains and seeds. This hand grinder includes STONE BURRS for dry grains, like wheat and oats, and STAINLESS STEEL BURRS for items that are oily like peanuts, sunflowers seeds and soybeans.
Built the TOUGHEST in its price range — This hand wheat grinder is thicker and wider in its body mold. It has no plastic parts. Its only non-metal parts are the nylon hand grips, clamp and adjustment knob, leaving it strong where it counts. The stone burrs are not only thicker than the other manual wheat grinders but it also has a metal backing to keep it from cracking in shipping, accidents, and everyday use.
Built to last for as long as you own it — With a 13-inch body, 10-inch easy-turn arm, lifetime lubricated bearings and double-clamp mount that bolts to surfaces up to 2 inches thick, use Wonder Junior Deluxe as a manual flour mill, manual coffee grinder, spice grinder or turn it into a drill-powered grain mill with the Drill Bit Attachment (optional, bought separately).
This hand mill is built to give you a lifetime of use — It comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty to put your mind at ease. Wonder Junior Deluxe is USA-designed and patented. It’s manufactured in India; it’s a historical fact that some of the world’s finest mills and greatest mill craftsmen are from India.
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The one BIG warning for those expecting to use this without the (optional) drill attachment and a drill is that manual fine-grinding of grain is not only very labor-intensive (I break a sweat pretty quickly when I use it), but will put huge demands on whatever you've attached this to. Since there's a good chance that's a table, it better be a sturdy one; and even then, it may not be after a few sessions using this with it.
This said, if you're very concerned, you can just spring for the (extra) drill attachment and a hand-drill. Me, I like that manual feel.
Also, forget any idea of buying this without the full basic kit (unless perhaps you're thinking of actually screwing the mill to a surface, one option). You need the clamp and if you don't get it included, you'll end up buying it later.
I should point out I only use this for grain (I'm a bread historian) so I can't speak to using nuts, etc or how well it cleans out between different products. But I would think pretty well, the surfaces being solid and smooth.
1. The ability to grind very fine flour.
2. A mill that could be cleaned well enough to grind gluten-free flours after grinding wheat.
3. A hand-powered mill to have on hand for emergency preparedness.
Since I couldn't afford 3 separate mills, I settled on the Wonder Junior Deluxe.
Here's how it met my requirements:
1. This mill can grind a very fine flour, but only if you grind it coarsly, then again on a finer setting. The problem with this is the second grind takes a VERY long time. Doing a single grind, I was able to grind 4 cups of hard red winter wheat into bread flour in 20 minutes. I was grinding like I was trying to set a world record though, just to see how fast I could physically grind wheat. I do not grind this fast on a regular basis. For comparison, I'm a relatively small female, and not in the greatest shape, but even my husband had trouble keeping up that pace. My four-year old can't even turn the handle. We thought the single-grind flour made gritty, heavy, bread, so I've been double grinding. It takes me about an hour and a half to grind the same 4 cups of wheat berries into fine flour, putting it through the mill twice. I do the first grind as coarse as possible, but still cracking the grain, hoping that the larger particles will feed through faster.
2. This mill can be cleaned well, but I had to use a Waterpik to get all of the wheat out of the auger. At least this mill can be washed - some can't. It is not very easy to wash, and I have to let it dry overnight before using it again. However, if you're not worried about gluten contamination, you don't need to do much more than just brush it off between uses.
3. I suppose this mill meets my "emergency preparedness" requirements. If I couldn't afford flour and had to grind my own, this would do the job, provided I had enough time. If I didn't have electricity, it would still work.
After getting frustrated by the amount of effort and time this mill took, I decided to try to hook it up to a foot pedal. I took apart some old exercise equipment for a pedal and sprocket, bought a bike sprocket and chain, and made a contraption. It works, but it's still really slow to grind flour this way. I found pedaling lying on the floor took way less effort than sitting. At one point, I gave up on this mill, and bought the Kitchenaid grain mill attachment for my mixer. After a couple of months, this attachment broke my mixer, so now I'm back to grinding flour by hand (and now kneading dough by hand too!).
Some other thoughts:
The mill seems to be built well. I've been using it regularly, and nothing looks like it will break any time soon.
It is capable of grinding rice flour almost as fine as store bought flour (again, double grinding).
It does not make consistently sized coarse meal. You get a mix of sizes, from fine flour to large pieces.
I haven't found much use for the steel burrs. Using them on grain, it is difficult to turn the handle, and it jerks as grain gets caught in it. I tried making peanut butter with the steel burrs. I had to use a knife to chop the peanuts into approximately quarter-peanut sized pieces to get them to feed through. It did make a nice creamy peanut butter. However, it took so long and made such a gooey mess, I don't think I'll be trying nut butters again.
It took grinding 15-20 pounds of grain to break in my stone burrs, not the "pound or so" that the manual says. I started throwing away the first couple of spoonfuls of flour, and I stop grinding when there was still grain visible in the auger. I don't know if that made the difference, or if the burrs just finally broke in. At least there are no more pieces of sand in the bread now.
So from what I know and have read, here are my recommendations: If you can afford the Country Living mill, buy it, not this mill. If you want to grind a lot of flour (and have electricity), get an electric mill (but not the Kitchenaid mill attachment!). If you need a hand-powered mill to grind fine flour, and this mill is all you can afford, it does work; it's just really slow and requires a lot of effort. If you are preparing for a complete disaster, consider whether or not you are really going to need to grind fine flour in that situation. For much less than the price of this mill, the Back to Basics mill will make coarse flour perfect for making hot cereal (or even slightly gritty pancakes or flatbread).
I'm on a tight budget right now, and justified the price of this mill with the money I could save on bread, so that's why I've been crazy enough to keep using it. What I really need now is two electric mills - one for wheat, and one for gluten-free grains.
I bought and installed the re-designed (new in 2011) auger. It works very well on things like corn and beans. However, now I can no longer grind wheat into fine flour, even when I double grind, and the handle is harder to turn. I have to add half white flour to bread to keep it from coming out a brick.
My original auger got rusty from washing the mill (so be really careful if you wash it - or better yet, don't get it wet). I am so unhappy with the new auger that I'm going to clean the rust off my old one and re-install it. Unfortunately, this is not an easy process, so I can't switch back and forth between the augers depending on what I'm milling.