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Nutrimill® Electric Grain Mill

Item #82661
4 reviews
In Stock
Today's Price: $239.00
Although we feature hand-turned grain mills, we offer this mill for those who want to grind their own flour but prefer to do it with electricity. The Nutrimill® is the finest electric grain mill we've tested. Separate knobs adjust the speed of the variable speed motor and the rate of flow of grain into the surgical quality stainless steel milling teeth. The result is the most fine/coarse control of any high speed mill.
  • It is very quiet and fully adjustable
  • 15"H x 11"OD, 11 lb
  • Imported
Delight in grinding different grains for an entire menu of baked goods. Grind wheat, beans, corn, rice and oats so you can make pastries, pizza, bread, cookies, muffins or corn bread. (Avoid grinding foods with high oil or moisture content like sunflower seeds, coffee beans, nuts, sesame seeds or flax.)

This mill is loaded with features. A 20-cup flour bowl snaps and seals into the mill to eliminate flour dust. The grinding chamber is completely self-cleaning. A unique design provides increased air flow to the motor so it stays cooler and lasts longer. The mill housing, flour bowl and hopper are made of tough plastic. All parts except the mill itself are dishwasher safe. This mill has 1.75 horsepower peak output. That is 1200 watts of power.

Helpful Hint: Looking for the hopper extension? Check inside the base. It is packaged snugly inside.

Customer Reviews of Nutrimill® Electric Grain Mill
Product Rating: 4.8 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 4/1/2013
said: Gamine
"Works perfectly. The only complaint I have about this is that you can't grind any types of seeds or anything that is oily. So, no peanut butter, ground flax seeds, etc. "
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- 1/30/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I LOVE this grain mill. I make all of our bread from freshly ground wheat, so I use the Nutrimill on an almost daily basis. I've never had any trouble with it. The noise isn't too bad (comparable to a vacuum), it doesn't cause a cloud of flour dust to settle on my counter (as some other mills have been known to do). Super easy to use and clean. I actually own a Wondermill, too, but the Nutrimill is my favorite. They both work well, but the Nutrimill takes up less counter space, and I like that you can leave the lid on the Nutrimill during grinding (The Wondermill suggests leaving the lid off during grinding). After hand grinding our flour for almost a year, having an electric grinder was a GOD SEND. I'll take a little noise in exchange for quick and effortless grinding any day :) You won't be disappointed with this product."
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- 1/10/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I've had this mill for about 3 years now and it has performed perfectly. Yes, it is a bit loud, but it doesn't take very long to grind up perfect flour to last me for several weeks. I highly recommend it. Just be sure to check your grain over for small stones."
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- 5/15/2012
said: Charles DePriest
"This is one of the best, most durable, electric wheat grinders available. It is very durable. There is a high, low, and medium setting; as well as a fine and course setting. The only complaint that I would have is that it is very loud."
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