We are in the market for a grain mill. We can’t wait to join the
thousands hundreds dozens of other folks who spent countless hours preparing their own flour. Now you know us, we don’t want just any ol’ electric mill that you can buy at Walmart and that will grind your flour in mere seconds. We want one that you have to crank yourself. And we want one that won’t break. That appears to be a tall order.
So we’ve done some internet searching and consulted our favorite bloggers. At least those who like to do things the
slow way old fashioned way. I think we have settled on a Country Living Grain Mill. Everywhere we look, we only find satisfied customers. We were also considering the Wonder Junior Deluxe mill, but the reviews were mixed. One reviewer said it took her 1 1/2 hours to grind wheat fine enough to use for bread, which required double grinding. That seems like a really long time to me. The cost is about half that of the Country Living mill so we are tempted to try it.
And talk about getting the horse before the wagon, we’ve already purchased a supply of wheat, corn and oatmeal.