Grain mills – Electric
If you want to order a grain mill then contact me.
I have several different hand operated and electric models available. They are selected for milling flour for home baking and bread making purposes.
The $20 profit from sales goes to the Humanitarian Relief Fund of LDS Charities.
Delivery is within 2 – 3 days (usually), anywhere in New Zealand.
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You can have a mill couriered to your home anywhere within New Zealand within a few days.
These testimonials are here as references for you.
This may make it more comfortable for you to know others have been happy with their grain mills.
You may contact me for a referee if you wish.
I’ve owned and used a Nutrimill for several years. It is a very helpful kitchen appliance. It makes fine white flour and uses a 230/240 volt Boshe electric motor.
I also like electric stone mills because I can fix anything that might go wrong with them. I have not had to fix anything yet, but I could make the parts if the need arises. (more…)
TeAomihia demonstrate how to use the Karina mill to mill fresh flour in New Zealand.
If you make bread twice a week or more, using an electric grain mill makes a significant time difference.
Milling your own mix of flours is also satisfying as you can try a mix of varieties of grains in your bread making.
This is one of the most attractive looking, powerful grain mills available.
The Jupiter mill allows you to hand mill or use electricity to power your mill.
This hybrid mill is not available in NZ, however, it is most interesting in its dual capabilities. (more…)
This is a SlideShare presentation showing all about the Karina grain mill and how to use one.
You’ll also learn where to get them and some details about their performance.
Meretuahiahi demonstrates how to use the Mana mill to make fine four.
You can see close-up photos of the Mana mill and the parts of the mill.
The mill is small. It can fit on a bench near a power source. Plug in the power to 230/240 volt supply.
Place a bowl underneath to catch the flour. (more…)
The relief society sisters use a Mana grain mill to mill flour for bread-baking.
This Mana mill is a small electric grain mill which can mill enough flour for a small family to bake bread every day.
They easily milled 100 grams of flour per minute. (more…)