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Grain Mill Information

Grain Mills are machines used to burst grains or legumes into flour. The earliest grain mills were large devices operated manually or by hand. Years after, grain mills were powered by draft animals. Steam-powered grain mills were developed in the 1800’s, and at present, smaller motor or steam-powered grain mills that are easier to operate individually are widely available in the market. Grain mills today are mostly used by bakers who make their own fresh, home-ground flour or by those who value or need the nutrition of non-commercial flour.

What are the characteristics of good grain mills? Good-quality grain mills can mill very fine to slightly coarse flour but not crack the grains. Portability is also one thing to look for in grain mills, as lighter and more compact grain mills allow for easier moving, lifting and operating and takes up less storage space. Flour produced by good-quality grain mills are perfect and makes almost all kinds of baked items and pastry products. A plus feature in good grain mills is self-cleaning milling chambers that require little or no maintenance.

There are four general things you need to check before you buy your own grain mill: its’ ease of use, durability, ease of cleaning, and of course, style. Surely you’d want a grain mill that looks great and makes “milling” less tedious and a bit more fun. If you are a beginner in the use of grain mills, be aware of these following cautions. Most grain mills operate loudly, and it is advisable to use trusty ear plugs to protect your ears from damage. Too much use of the grain mill can also harm your lungs, as flour dust can cause asthma and allergies. To lessen flour dust while milling, it is better to use the grain mill outside of your home.

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