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Lehman's Own Hand-Cranked Grain Mill

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Today's Price: $229.00 - $279.00
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The best hand-turned grain mill available for under $250.00. Thoroughly tested and proven in use in hundreds of homes (over 5,000 sold).Purchase the grain mill by itself or with the optional flywheel for smoother turning and less effort.
  • Grinds any grain, nut, seed or bean
  • Grinds finer than similar hand mills
  • Easy to adjust
  • Extremely durable
  • C17B has 5-year warranty on body and a 1-year warranty on burrs
  • Made in Kidron, Ohio
IMPORTANT NOTE: Mill may be motorized, but doing so may cause excess wear on grinding surfaces and shaft. See owner's manual for more information. Wear and tear from motorizing your mill is not covered by the warranty.

Lehman's Own Hand-Cranked Grain Mill

The best hand-turned grain mill available for under $250.00. Thoroughly tested and proven in use in hundreds of homes (over 5,000 sold).Purchase the grain mill by itself or with the optional flywheel for smoother turning and less effort.<br /> <ul> <li>Grinds any grain, nut, seed or bean</li> <li>Grinds finer than similar hand mills</li> <li>Easy to adjust</li> <li>Extremely durable</li> <li>C17B has 5-year warranty on body and a 1-year warranty on burrs</li> <li>Made in Kidron, Ohio</li> </ul> <span style="color: #cc0000;"><strong>IMPORTANT NOTE: </strong><em>Mill may be motorized, but doing so may cause excess wear on grinding surfaces and shaft. See owner's manual for more information. Wear and tear from motorizing your mill is not covered by the warranty. </em><strong><br /> </strong> </span> grinder, grinders, grain mills, grain-mills, grain mill, best grain mill, durable grain mill, mill, burrs, cast iron burrs,
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LEHMAN'S OWN HAND-CRANKED GRAIN MILL DESCRIPTION
Grinds any grain, nut, seed, or bean - Long-lasting, cast iron burrs can grind just about anything.

Grinds finer than similar hand mills - Machined cast iron burrs grind all dry grains plus oily materials like soybeans, peanuts (peanut butter), coffee beans, sesame seeds (tahini) and some spices and small herbs.

Easy to adjust - Adjusts from powder-fine to coarse with a turn of a knob.

Durable - Bronze bearing hardened stainless steel shaft, double-ribbed handle and dent-proof plastic hopper.

Optional flywheel-Purchase the grain mill with the flywheel for smoother turning and less effort. Flywheel 16"OD, 10-1/2 lb.

Note: We call this mill our best because price is a factor for most people. If price is not a major factor for you, check out our Diamant grain mill. It is the finest mill we've seen anywhere in the world! It turns much easier and more smoothly, grinds faster and is more durable.


Customer Reviews of Lehman's Own Hand-Cranked Grain Mill
Product Rating: 3.7 out of 5.0(15 reviews)
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- 2/10/2012
said: Sanders
"I just purchased this a few weeks ago and really like it! Because I have used a cheaper mill before, I had a little experience in how to adjust the mill for a first grind, and then run through again on a tighter adjustment. It made a great fine grind. What I do is I sift the first grind to get the coarse bits out and put this back into the mill and use a tighter setting. I do this usually about 2 times. A little bit of work, but the result is a really fine flour as fine as you would buy at the store. I do have a little complaint, I wish all the bolts and nuts were all the same size. Poor hubby had to go to the hardware store to find me the right size wrenches to fit each one especially a socket to go back into the handle. Would be nice if all the bolts and nuts were just one size, or maybe provide a wrench to fit the various sizes. BUT overall, very satisfied with it for the price. It's a keeper, :)"
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- 12/28/2011
said: Lori
"I purchased this grain mill about 10 years ago, I used it a little back then, and then we moved and I stored it for several years. I pulled it out of storage about 8 months ago. It still works great. I just purchased replacement burrs for the mill. That is what I am reviewing. The replacement burrs are wonderful. I like them better than the original ones that came with the mill. Great product. Thank you."
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- 10/8/2011
said: Sue
"Our first try with the Best Grain Mill was a wonderful success! We ground buckwheat groats and had the buckwheat pancakes on the stove within 20 minutes. So easy to use, easy to clean and solid enough to be worth the price. An excellent product!!"
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- 5/11/2011
said: JOHN CHERASO
"Arrived two weeks ago, used it three times. We ground different grains, all of different coarseness. The smoothness and consistence of the "grind" was perfect. The ease in cleaning is good. Overall simplicity and finish of this item is very good."
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- 3/22/2010
said: Galen Lehman
"See the video review by Steve Spence of Green-Trust here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bm1n4GTwoB4"
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- 11/26/2009
said: Martin Fancher
"I boiught this hand mill after attending a Country Living Seminar that taught living independent. My family spent time grinding the Hard Red Winter Wheat - so it was a family affair!! We made two large loaves of bread and had enough fresh flour for pancakes the next morning. NOTHING tastes as good as FRESH flour in food. We are looking forward to ordering different kinds of wheat to try in our cooking. Thanks for a great product - - this should last long enough for our grandchildren to use it!!"
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- 10/27/2009
said: Bonnie
"We are really enjoying our new grain mill, made cracked wheat cereal the next morning, then whole wheat bread. We are looking forward to trying many recipes in our new cookbook, too."
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- 6/27/2009
said: Mark
"Caveat: This is based on first use. Grain mill arrived in perfect order. My wife and I cleaned the mill per the instructions and put it to use this morning to grind some Prairie Gold wheat for pancakes. The mill ground the wheat with ease. Adjusting the burrs to the desired coarseness is very easy. Wow! The best pancakes ever! The mill was simple to use and very efficient. The grinding process was a great work out before breakfast. We are more than pleased with the quality and workmanship of the mill. Thank you Lehman's for a great product."
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- 1/21/2013
said: Anonymous User
"A few things about this wonderful mill. Get the fly wheel, it will save your arms. Make sure you understand why you want this and what you want it to do. You are grinding wheat, and it is HARD work. My husband is very good with tools and put a non-slip pad on the bottom so I don't have to bolt it down. You will want to bolt it down if you do not do this. Motorization VOIDS your warranty. If this is a concern, this is not for you. It took us (my daughter and husband helped me) 1 hour and 1/2 to grind enough flour for 2 loaves of bread. This is not an issue for us, we like the process and the product. "
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- 3/21/2015
said: Diane
"This mill works great, though you have to fuss a bit to figure out the tension on the stones; grind multiple times to get really nice texture fine grind. The reason I gave a 3-star review is because I just can't figure out how to set the mill and/or what bowl to use so that it catches all of the grain. More on the counter and the floor than in the bowl! A big mess to clean up. Small batches would be OK, but if you want to bake something like a bread recipe that requires pounds of flour, you'll need to grind in advance or plan ahead so you have enough time AND energy."
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