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WonderMill Grain Mill
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The WonderMill grain mill uses recently-developed "high speed microburst" milling technology that bursts grain kernels into flour. Stainless steel fins in the milling chamber impact the grain at extremely high speed, and the WonderMill's adjustment knob allows you to select your desired texture setting, from super fine flour to a coarser meal texture. The WonderMill electric grain mill grinds at temperatures that preserve nutrients, ensuring that you'll always have the perfect flour for your food. Imagine your favorite recipes made with the great taste and nutrition of 100% whole grain goodness—the WonderMill makes it possible!
The WonderMill grinds wheat, rice, corn and small grains such as quinoa and amaranth, and also does an outstanding job of grinding beans and legumes. The WonderMill is great for making gluten-free flours such as brown rice, white rice, sorghum, quinoa, soy, millet, amaranth, bean, corn, chickpeas/garbanzos, and more. Chef Brad's Gluten-Free Rice Bread made with freshly ground brown rice flour works great using the WonderMill grain mill. Read the.
With its 1250 watt motor, you can't buy a more powerful micronizing mill. With its exceptionally strong motor, the WonderMill will grind over 100 pounds of flour per hour.
Two fin-studded, precision stainless steel plates (pictured above) fit together, with the left plate rotating at thousands of RPM's. The WonderMill can easily be adjusted to grind fine, coarse, or anywhere in between.
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The WonderMill electric grain mill is extremely easy to use: Simply choose your grinding preference, fill the hopper, switch the machine on, and out comes your flour! There are no small parts or gaskets to misplace, and advancements in the Wonder Mill's design mean you can turn the mill off even while it's milling if you wish, then turn it back on to continue milling. After use, the WonderMill milling heads quickly and easily self-clean themselves, and they do a virtually dust-free job of it. If you'd like to freeze or transport flour, an optional flour bagger accessory even lets you grind straight into bags. The flour bowl easily detaches from the milling assembly for easy storage.
Hopper capacity is 8 cups; flour bowl capacity is 16 cups. The flour bowl easily detaches from the milling assembly for easy storage.
Our customers have been very pleased with their WonderMills, and we think you would be too—whether you're looking for a wheat grinder, a corn grinder, or a flour grinder for gluten-free grain. If you have questions about the WonderMill or any other milling-related topic you'd like to vist about, please give us a call. We'd be happy to help in any way we can, and we really look forward to serving you!
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I bought this for making real, 100% whole wheat bread. It works quickly, grinding three cups of wheat in about two minutes. The two parts will stack together and fit under our cabinets. It's rather noisy when it's on and grinding, but it's quick. Make sure you have the top of the receiving unit on tight and have the filter on, or you'll have flour all over the place. I recommend Peter Reinhart's "Whole Grain Breads," for great, two-day whole wheat recipes... fantastic, healthy bread.11 out of 11 people found this review helpful. Did you?
I was shocked at how clean the grinding process was. Another mill we used we had to take outside because of the flour dust. This was fast, clean, and FUN! I love it!9 out of 9 people found this review helpful. Did you?
I love my Wondermill! I use it multiple times during the week. Mainly for grains for breads and pastry, but I have also used it to make bean flour to use as a thickener. The mill works beautifully, is easy to use and doesn't take up too much space on the counter. I definitely recommend it!6 out of 6 people found this review helpful. Did you?
I bake for a living and wanted to mill my own flour with as little effort as possible. This is literally the easiest least complicated piece of equipment I've come across. It mills so fast and the finished product is amazing. For the price don't wait if you're considering purchasing the Wonder Mill. It mills beautiful flour that is healthy and nutritious.5 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Did you?
I used to grind grain with my Kitchen Aid heavy duty mixer with the grain grinding attachment and it worked fine for one loaf of whole wheat bread. I recently retired and decided to start making all our bread. My Kitchen Aid was overheating and I realized I was asking too much of it. I chose the WonderMill over the Nutrimill because it was said to have less mess. It's SO fast and quiet compared to mu Kitchen Aid. I'm sorry I didn't make the investment years ago. Well worth the spend!5 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Did you?
This will NOT grind course enough for breakfast cereal, but for bread flour, it's great. There is not a huge difference in the three settings, so we just use the pastry setting for all of our wheat so that our breads come out soft. We use a separate grinder for our cereals. I can't say if this is better or worse than other top mills, but for fine flours, I don't think you can go wrong with this one. It's great.5 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Did you?
I've been buying Ezekiel bread at a local grocery chain and decided to make it myself. After going online,I found that WonderMill had a very high rating and decided to purchase it. It was taken out of its box today and I was very pleased with how wonderfully it ground all of the various grains and legumes, even the kidney beans. The bread is in the oven as I write and I can't wait to see how it came out. WonderMill is a winner!5 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Did you?
We bought the mill so that children in our Sunday School could mill wheat to use in baking communion bread. It has worked well with kids and adults using it. Easy to setup and run.3 out of 3 people found this review helpful. Did you?
After 30 plus years, our old Magic Mill finally gave out. It also pulverized grain instead of grinding just like our new WonderMill, except the WonderMill is faster, quieter, and it does not spread flour around the working area. We inadvertently over-filled input hopper thereby over-filling the receiving container and forcing us to turn off the mill while there was still grain in the hopper. The instructions clearly warn against doing this. It trips the little breaker on the bottom. But by following the vendor's instructions in emptying hopper and resetting the breaker, everything worked as it should. To avoid over-filling the receiving container, I suggest emptying the receiving container after grinding six or seven cups of hard grains, which is the amount that can be ground in under 3 minutes.1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
Up until now I had been grinding with a hand mill from PHG. which worked fine but was very slow and my hands just hurt too much. Being a purist it was somewhat difficult to go electric, but it is so practical, especially since I bake for my small community. It's not that loud, it's an appliance, on for a few minutes to grind a ton of flour. It's just great and the texture on the medium setting is perfect for bread1 person found this review helpful. Did you?
|Manufacturer Part Number||70-WONDERMILL|
|Product Weight||7-1/4 lb.|
|Milling rate for bread flour texture||24 oz/min|
|Grinding burr diameter||3.5|
|Capacity||3 lbs. 12 oz.|
|Cord-End Plug||Std. 120V|
|Country of Manufacture||South Korea|