Why should you mill your own flour?
Your bread is only as good as the grains you use to make it! If you’re using processed flour, which includes additives and has been stripped of some or all of its nutrients, and you don’t know how long it’s been sitting on the shelf, then your bread, even when made from scratch, won’t be the healthiest substitute you want for your family.
The WonderMill Electric Grain Mill is Easy to Use
You’ll appreciate how simple it is to use the WonderMill Electric Grain Mill Wheat Grinder. It is billed as the World’s #1 Rated Electric Grain Mill. Tests have proven that it is the quietest, cleanest, and fastest flour mill available. It makes easy work of grinding your own flour. Simply fill the hopper and out comes the flour. There are no small parts or gaskets to misplace, and the self cleaning WonderMill is quick and easy.
- Features the most powerful micronizing mill available
- Has the capacity to perform big or small jobs
- Processes over 100 pounds of flour in an hour
- Grinds super fine to coarse flour
- Mills most grains and beans and an array of gluten-free flours
- Compact and Powerful
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
It Preserves Nutrients
You can create super fine flour or coarse flour at temperatures that preserve nutrients, ensuring that you will always have the perfect flour for your food.
It has the Power and the Capacity to Perform
The WonderMill Electric Grain Mill is a workhorse in the kitchen. Not only does it make easy work of grinding grains into flour; it can grind over 100 pounds of flour in an hour from super fine to coarse flour. It will grind most grains and beans as well as an array of gluten-free flours.
It has enough power to handle big or small jobs with ease. You don’t have to worry about overloading The WonderMill because of its LARGE 1250 WATT LG ELECTRONICS MOTOR. It is the most powerful micronizing mill available.
What Will it Grind?
The WonderMill Electric Grain Mill grinds wheat, corn, rice, and other small grains like Quinoa and Amaranth, as well as legumes and beans. It also grinds gluten-free flours such as brown rice, white rice, sorghum, quinoa, soy, millet, amaranth, bean, corn, chickpeas/garbanzos and more.
Visit willitgrind.com to see the complete list of grains The WonderMill can grind.
Learn how the WonderMill Electric Grain Mill is made:
It passes the world’s most demanding electronic testing and Certification Standards
The WonderMill Wheat Grinder has passed the stringent testing required to be certified by UL (for USA), CSA (for Canada), and CE (for Europe and UK).
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