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    Cereal and Grain Mill

    MD Meg
    Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:35 am
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    Do you own one? Is it worth it? I saw an ad for a manual one for about $80. I was introduced to an Estonian drink called Kama which is made from a variety of whole grains/dried peas, etc. My food processor simply could not grind the whole peas and other ingredients down to a powder necessary for the drink. Does your cereal/grain mill do this? I would use it for other grain grinding but do you find it is worth it or is the expense and hassle of finding whole grains worth the effort. Happy to hear your comments. Happy New Year to all.
    Wed Jan 02, 2013 12:25 pm Groupie
    We have a VitaMix and grind our own flours in it. It was an investment, but we're very happy with it. Whole grains lose nutrients very quickly once they are ground, plus fresh flour just tastes a whole lot better. Finding whole grains is not difficult, our local natural foods co-op carries everything we want.
    Thu Jan 03, 2013 3:40 am Groupie
    I don't have one but a friend of mine does and she loves it.
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