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NutriMill Classic 760200 High Speed Grain Mill, 1200 Watt, 5 Cups Per Minute
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- Advanced technology: Improved texture control, stronger milling heads, unique Force Flow sound/air chamber design which results in 50% noise reduction, improved motor cooling, and longer life.
- Protects nutrients: The NutriMill Classic keeps your flour at temperatures typically about 118° that protect the nutrients in your grains.
- Powerful 10 amp, 1-3/4 hp motor quickly produces your choice of fine, medium or coarse flour. Grind up to 5 cups of flour per minute.
- Stainles steel impact grain milling heads provide a 400% range of adjustment from fine to coarse flour, ten times greater than earlier impact mills.
- Includes Grain Hopper Extension to increase capacty, Air Filter, and Separator Cup. Limited lifetime warranty
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Why mill your own flour, when it's so readily available? Commercial mills remove 30 percent of the wheat kernel, removing the most nutritious part of the grain to make white flour. Milling your own flour not only ensures that your flour is as nutritious as it can be, it has a wonderful taste that is lost to commercially made whole-grain flour.
NutriMill is the world's most popular maker of grain mills, and the NutriMill Classic has been its #1 selling mill for over 10 years! The NutriMill Classic electric grain mill uses a high speed impact chamber (also called a micronizer) with stainless steel milling heads to create flour from grains and beans. The NutriMill Classic has raised the bar for grain mill design with new features and abilities users have asked for—a combination of features found in no other impact mill.
The new design of the NutriMill Classic's impact chamber allows you to put grain into the hopper before you turn it on with no risk of plugging the mill, which can happen with older mill designs. Even if stopped during grinding, the NutriMill Classic restarts again without trouble.
With the Nutrimill Classic you have the ability to grind from super fine, much finer than any other impact mill, to coarser flour you need for perfect corn bread. Its impact grain milling heads provide a 400% range of adjustment from fine to coarse, ten times greater than earlier impact mills.
The NutriMill Classic allows you to grind up to 20 cups of flour at one time! Its grain hopper and flour bin are perfectly matched so you never have to worry about an overfilled mess. Convenient, powerful & fast: Just pour grain in the hopper, turn the NutriMill Classic on, and its powerful 10 amp, 1-3/4 hp motor does the rest, quickly producing your choice of fine, medium or coarse flour. The NutriMill Classic's impact grinding mechanism is self cleaning, and it operates dust-free, so grinding grain won't mean extra housecleaning later. Its one piece design, easy-grip handles, and light weight make the NutriMill Classic easy to move.
The versatile NutriMill Classic grinds wheat (both hard and soft), oat groats (dehulled oats), rice, triticale, kamut, spelt, dry beans, lentils, dent (field) corn, popcorn, dried sweet corn, split peas, buckwheat, barley, rye, millet, teff, quinoa, amaranth, sorghum, dried mung beans and soybeans. It will also grind dried, minimally-sprouted grain. The NutriMill Classic isn't suitable for herbs, spices, oilseeds like flax, chopped chestnuts or fibrous materials. Also note that when set for coarser meal texture, the NutriMill Classic's output remains too fine for making cereal grinds. The Nutrimill Classic is an outstanding machine for making a full range of flour and meal textures.
Protects nutrients: The NutriMill Classic keeps your flour at temperatures typically about 118° that protect the nutrients in your grains. Its new airflow design makes the NutriMill Classic the world's coolest-running impact mill. With a sound level about like a vacuum cleaner, the NutriMill Classic is much quieter than the first generation of impact mill designs.
With a Limited Lifetime Warranty you can be sure your Nutrimill Clasic will output flour reliably for years to come.
From the Manufacturer
NutriMill Classic Flour Mill
The NutriMill Harvest has been the #1 selling high-speed mill for over a decade. Mill grains for bread, beans for soup, and more.
Grain and Flour Mills
Whole Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe
- 1 1/2 Cups Warm Water
- 2 Tbsp. Oilve Oil
- 2 Tbsp. Sugar
- 2 tsp. Sea Salt
- 3-4 Cups Whole Wheat Flour
- 1 Tbsp. Instant Yeast
Preaheat baking stone to 500°F. Place all ingredients except 1 cup of flour into Bosch Universal Plus Mixer. Begin kneading. Gradually add remaining flour until dough pulls away from sides of bowl. Knead 6-8 minutes. Cover and let rise one hour. Roll dough out to desired thickness. Top with desired toppings. Bake until cheese is melted and crust golden brown. Enjoy!
Why You Need a Grain Mill
Grain Mill Story
Whole grains are a super food. The problem is most of the time when a product is labeled whole grain it really isn't.
Because milled grains have a short shelf life many of the naturally existing oils and minerals are removed from commercially milled flour and additives are put in to improve 'nutrition' and 'freshness'. The result is you consuming chemicalized food.
NutriMill grain grinders and seed mills give you the flexibility to create raw, natural, pure flour on demand. If you want to know where your food comes from there is no better way than to mill it yourself in your own home.
With a NutriMill grain mill, you will not only reap all the flavor and health benefits of whole grain nutrition, your budget will also reap the benefits of taking the milling company out of the whole grain equation.
Adjustable Motor Speed
Our adjustable motor speed allows greater texture control allowing you to produce fine to coarse flour.
The NutriMill Classic is a high-speed impact mill designed to mill high volumes of grain quickly. Mill up to 5 cups of grain per minute.
Ergonomic Knobs and Handle
The ergonomic knobs and flour bowl handles make operation of the NutriMill Classic simple.
Large Bowl Capacity
Grind up to 20 cups of flour at a time into the NutriMill Classic's large capacity flour bowl.
A Classic High-Speed Mill
Milling For Everyone
The NutriMill Classic was designed for daily use in your home. Because it is a high-speed impact mill it creates large amounts of flour quickly. So if you are an avid baker this is a great mill choice for you.
However, its ability to make flour is not limited to wheat. Grind gluten-free grains, beans, lentils, rice, etc. Add quinoa flour to thicken your soups or sauces, make rice flour for baby food and breads, or make delicious brownies with fresh black bean flour.
A 1200-watt motor coupled with a surgical stainless steel Microburst milling heads with precracker power the Classic, making sure it is ready for any grinding task.
Multi-channel air flow allows for improved motor cooling and longer mill life. With a limited lifetime warranty and long history you can be sure your mill will stand the test of time.
Milling For Any Recipe
- Baby Food
- Protein Powder
Top Customer Reviews
I've owned a Nutrimill, a Whispermill and now own a WonderMIll and a KitchenAid mill.
I started with the KitchenAid mill. I really like it for a number of reasons. I like that it extends the use of my KA, and that it was cheaper than the rest of the mills. Also, I like being able to produce cracked wheat and rye chops. In both cases, you want the grain lightly broken and still identifiable. In "The Bread Builders" the authors joke that when you make rye chops, you want three pieces out of the mill for each two that go in. Pretty much true. However, the down side is that it's difficult to produce finely milled flour. Like othes here, I use the two pass system.
Which is what led me to the WhisperMill. It ground grain very finely and had little in the way of adjustment. It went from very fine to very, very fine. No cracked wheat. No rye chops. And, it seemed that the flour quality wasn't as good for bread making purposes as I wanted. However, it was able to make flour in a single pass and could be used for extended periods of time.
That led me to buy a NutriMill because of its advertized and much ballyhooed wider range of settings, a larger hopper, and the claim that it was able to handle starts and stops with grain in the hopper, which the WhisperMill does not handle. Sadly, the wider range of settings is not terribly releavant. Instead of going from very fine to very, very fine it goes from fine to very, very fine. No cracked wheat, no rye chops, and still the breadmaking characteristics of the flour seemed lacking.Read more ›
1) as other reviewers have mentioned, it was extremely loud, much louder than the loudest vacuum cleaner, with a very high ear-piercing pitch. It was so loud that I installed an outlet in a cabinet, so it would be slightly quieter when I used the mill. Even then, I had to be in a different part of the house to endure the noise.
2) it was extremely messy. The mill produced a lot of flour "dust" around it. I measured about 3/4 cup of "wasted flour" when milling only 3 cups of grain!
3) the mill took an extremely looooong time to mill: about 45 minutes to grind 3 cups of flour!
HOWEVER, I LOVED the flour that the Nutrimill produced! So, I put up with its downfalls to get that wonderfully fine, fresh flour. But, occasionally I would come across other reviews praising the mill so much that I wondered if something was wrong with mine.
I called Kitchen Resources and told them the problems I've outlined here and they promptly sent a replacement bowl and lid, thinking that the problem might have been a faulty seal on the lid. I very excitedly tried out my new bowl, but to the same effect as before, just as much mess, noise, and grinding time.
I got to where I did not even use the Nutrimill very often, I was so sick of its problems. Finally, I called Kitchen Resources again and was told to send them the whole machine for service. I repackaged it in the original packaging and sent it by UPS for about $20.Read more ›
The flour produced on a "coarser" setting is really nearly as fine as on the "fine" setting, and makes a lighter, tastier bread product. Set on say, the "a" in "coarser" you can grind several cups in less than five minutes. If you need a fine flour for a pastry or whatnot, just sift it. You'll lose some of the husk part of whole-grain-ness, but most of the benefit and all the good taste will still be left! (More "healthy" cookies, anyone?)
If you find that your mill is blowing out flour, check the gaskets between the mill and the base. The black gasket in mine was put in upside-down, which I was able correct myself. If you're hesitant to do that, a vaccum repairman could probably do it for you in about 30 seconds.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I went back and forth between the NutriMill Classic and the WonderMill, and I eventually settled on this one because the whole unit seemed better contained and more compact. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Debbie Lee Wesselmann
It works very well at grinding flour and mills a very fine flour. I make great bread with it. The main problem is that it blows flour in a fine mist almost everywhere, and a LOT of... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Andre V.
Got this as an everyday addition to a manual grain mill that I already had. It works amazingly fast in comparison! Read morePublished 19 days ago by MedicSpinzzz
So far so good. No flour spray. Follow instructions and you can't lose. It is a wonderful machine.Published 25 days ago by bettye198
Since I have been grinding my own flour and baking, include all our breads and pastries, I am getting rave reviews. Especially cinnamon rolls, why didn't I buy this way sooner? Read morePublished 27 days ago by Roger S.
I love it! Although I have used my VitaMix blender to grind grain with the dry container, I wasn't happy with the texture. Read morePublished 29 days ago by gardener
I liked it but will return because the lid to the canister is impossible for me to close.......It is so stiff because of the rubber gasket, that even if I put on flour or oil I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beverly Butler
Works well, grinds the regular wheat berries nicely. I use it primarily for sprouted wheat grinding. I sprout wheat, then dehydrate it, then grind it - it works very well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Skunkape78