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Vitamix 32-ounce Dry Grains Container with Whole Grains Cookbook
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- Perfect for making homemade breads and cereals
- Blades are specifically designed to process dry grains into fresh flours
- Includes Whole Grains Cookbook from Vitamix
- BPA-free Container
- 32oz capacity
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The 32-ounce Dry Grains container grinds whole grains into fresh flours, mixes batter and even simulates the kneading process to prepare dough for baking. The container is accompanied by the Whole Grains cookbook, complete with recipes for breads, cereals and desserts.
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I know some say you can use the liquid container for dry goods, but my new experience has now shown me the right tool for the right use makes everything easier.
Useful tip - I had my wet container fail after about 6 months (it started leaking around the blades - it must have been a dud, but I was putting it through it's paces, too) and was told by the very helpful support rep that because I bought the dry container at the same time as I bought my vitamix, it had a longer warranty. The standard container warranty is 3 years, but if you purchase extra containers at the same time as the blender base, you get the full 7 year warranty on all of it. You can read the blender base warranty info here: (...) and see the warranty info for containers purchased separately here: (...)
As it shows, you can use the wet container to turn wheat berries into a flour, as fine a mill as you like. I have the huge #10 cans of wheat berries from a Mormon center that sells to the public. If you want bulk grains that can be stored for many years, at a low price, check for a local Mormon food center near you.
Anyway, after just a few seconds your wheat is flour, gotta love VitaMix!
UPDATE 1/3/14: I keep saying over and over that it isn't the solution for everyone, but if you are hesitant invest a lot of additional money, it can be an option for some.
I recently decided to purchase the grain container, just because I want to compare side-by-side as a reviewer.
I've been making artisan breads with a brotform...2 Pcs Masterproofing Round Banneton Basket, and put white rice in the dry container to make rice flour. Rice flour is best to avoid sticking and creating a crunchy crust, and no way will I buy 5 pounds when I only need a tablespoon.
I did a video of the brotform/banneton basket, just click the Amazon link if you'd like to see it. Hope you find it helpful!
Anyway, the dry container was faster than the wet container, but ultimately similar results.
In my most humble opinion, if you make the occasional loaf with grinding your own flours, either will do. If you are a big time baker cranking out loaf after loaf for family and friends, the grain (dry) container is a nice investment.
I just don't have the time now, but will do a video side-by-side soon. Even got a new camera for Christmas!
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