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The thick synthetic stone burrs of the Wonder Junior mill are designed to combine aggressive precision grinding with long burr life. Using the stone burrs your Wonder Junior can grind wheat (both hard and soft varieties), 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, garbanzos, and more (all dry grains and beans.) The Wonder Junior can easily be adjusted to grind coarse, fine, or anywhere in between—so you're ready to make flour, grain meal, cereal grinds, cracked grain... you name it. Switching between stone and steel burrs takes only a couple of minutes. This burr set comes standard with the Wonder Junior Deluxe grinder. They're long wearing, so the original set will serve most users for years. Purchase this set if you want replacement or spare burrs.
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From the time that I received the grain mill I have not had a problem the Wonder Jr., but I needed to replace the stone burrs because of improper use. This new pair work just as they should, and grind my einkorn kernels to a fine flour. Thank you.
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