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Nutrimill Grain Mill Grinder

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The Nutrimill - The Best Electric Grain Mill On The Market

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Nutrimill Grain Mill - Electric Grinder

Nutrimill Grain Mill
The Nutrimill Grain mill is one of the best grain mills available to date, this machine will grind finer and more coarse than the competitors. The Nutrimill Grain Mill is equipped with stainless steel grinding burrs for long lasting trouble free operation. The Nutrimill has the capacity to hold roughly 13 cups of hardened wheat and can produce roughly 22 cups of flour. Download the Owner's Manual for more information on what types of grains are suited for the Nutrimill, and also use and care instructions are highlighted as well. The Nutrimill is one our best selling grain mills for making bread and also makes a great companion to the Bosch Universal for mixing bread dough. Nutrimill has backed this quality mill with a lifetime warranty on the grinder and 10 years on parts.

Nutrimill Grinder Features :

  • Grinds Finer and More Coarsely than Competitors
  • Stainless Steel Grinding Burrs
  • Quietest Impact Grain Mill by 50%
  • 13 Cup Capacity (Hopper)
  • 22 cup capacity (Flour Bin)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty (Ten Years on Parts)
  • Dimensions 11"H X 13"W X 14 1/2" H (with hopper)
  • 1200 watt Motor
  • Made in Korea
  • Grain Mill/Flour Mill Selection Article

Avoid milling grains, beans and seeds that have high oil or moisture content. Non-commercially dried products may cause plugging.

THE NUTRIMILL WILL MILL THE FOLLOWING:

  • Wheat (hard and soft)
  • Buckwheat
  • Split Peas
  • Popcorn
  • Sorghum (milo)
  • Triticale
  • Rye
  • Rice
  • Millet
  • Dehydrated sprouted seeds, grains, & legumes*

USE CAUTION WHEN MILLING THE FOLLOWING IN THE NUTRIMILL:
Fill the hopper no more than 2/3 to 3/4 with these as they produce more flour volume.

  • Dried Lentils
  • Dried Sweet Corn
  • Dried Pinto Beans
  • Dried Green Beans
  • Dried Mung Beans
  • Legumes (most)
  • Dried Garbanzo Beans
  • Quinoa
  • Oat Groats
  • Spelt
  • Barley
  • Soybeans
  • ChickPeas
  • Kamut

DO NOT MILL ANY OF THE FOLLOWING IN THE NUTRIMILL:

  • Oatmeal
  • Flax Seed
  • Sunflower Seeds
  • Nuts Of Any Kind
  • Coffee Beans
  • Spices
  • Rolled or Steel Cut Oats
  • Sugar
  • Dried Fruits
  • Dates or Raisins
  • Sesame Seeds

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*Sprouted seeds, grains, & legumes must be dehydrated

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  • From at 6/30/11 5:21 AM
    • Just us two old poops. Do you have a smaller version to use for a cup or two at a time?
    • The Nutrimill is only available in one size however if you do not require an impact chamber mill like the Nutrimill and just want an electric grain mill I would suggest the Family Grain Mill. It will grind a quality flour in as small an amount as you would like.
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  • From at 5/28/12 10:04 AM
    • Can I grind sprouted grains that have been sufficiently dehydrated in the Nutrimill Grain Mill Grinder?
    • Unfortunately the Nutrimill is unable to mill sprouted grains even if they have been dehydrated. The reason for this is that sprouted grains contain so little moisture that they explode into such a fine powder that not all of the flour is ejected from the mulling chamber. The flower that is not ejected from the milling chamber just impacts the milling chamber causing the motor to seize.
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  • From at 11/1/11 12:58 AM
    • What are the best quality of home grain mills? What is the price?
    • The answer to this question depends on many factors such as what you are wanting to grind, fineness of flour wanted, whether you want the option to grind by hand, etc. The Nutrimill is an impact chamber mill and has a wide range of grinding settings allowing you to grind from a course grind to pasty fine flour. This mill is an exception electric mill for grinding gluten and non-gluten grains. This mill will not grind nuts for nut butters and does not have a hand crank option. If you are wanting these options I would consider the Wondermill Jr. Deluxe.
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  • From at 6/12/12 5:16 AM
    • I saw the listing that said not to grind sprouted grains in the Nutrimill. Does this include grains that have been sprouted and then dried in a dehydrator? If the answer to the previous question is still no, what brand do you recommend for grinding sprouted, then dried, grains? Thanks.
    • Unfortunately the Nutrimill is unable to mill sprouted grains even if the have been dehydrated. The reason for this is that sprouted grains contain so little moisture that they explode into such a fine powder that not all of the flour is ejected from the mulling chamber. The flower that is not ejected from the milling chamber just impacts the milling chamber causing the motor to seize. The Wonder Junior Hand Mill model 70-WJBASIC and the Wonder Junior Hand Grain Mill Deluxe model 70-WJDELUXE can be used for grinding sprouted/dehydrated grains.
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  • From at 8/18/11 5:27 AM
    • I need to replace the small clear plastic cup that screws into the flour receptacle. Can I order just that piece from you?
    • We do not carry the part you are needing for the Nutrimill Grain Mill Grinder. You may wish to contact the manufacturer directly at 800-692-6724 for parts.
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  • From Stephanie at 8/30/13 5:03 PM
    • Hello, will the Nutrimill grind flour so it can be used as pastry flour? If so how and what speed. My understanding is Pastry flour is ultra fine, is that the only real difference in bread flour and pastry flour? Thanks
    • The answer is yes and no. By turning the top dial all the way to the left and turning the bottom dial to a 10:00—11:00 O’clock setting you’ll produce the finest flour. However, whole wheat flour is still whole wheat – it has bran that can feel grainy to the touch when dry. If you sift home-milled whole wheat flour with a fine enough screen you can separate out the near-pastry-quality flour. So, while the Nutrimill will mill a very fine flour, it’s more than a 1-step process to get pastry texture.
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five star nutrimill Review by

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5

I have used my nutrimill for three years. I bake all my own bread and give bread away. I make six loaves every ten days. This mill is super. It is fast, a little loud and does a great job. I find it very well made and I am very picky.I only grind wheat. (Posted on 5/9/13)


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6 years running and never a problem! Review by

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I bought my Nutrimill more than 6 years ago. After weeks of research and talking to different people I decided that this machine was the best of the best and still believe that to be true. I use this grain grinder almost everyday, I can make 5 loaves of bread at a time, or I can just grind a cup full of soft wheat to make pancakes! I've never had a problem with it! I is important that you clean the filter out (by merely shaking it, outside, or washing it out every few weeks). I received two filters with my Nutrimill and have not needed to replace them yet. This machine was worth every penny and I expect to use it for many years to come (the average Nutrimill owner had their machine for more than 15 yrs. when I did my research)! (Posted on 10/19/11)


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Easy and Very Little Dust Review by

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I like that you can do small batches in the Nutrimill and unlike some other grain mills, there is very little dust. It is loud, but they are all loud. No grain grinding during nap time. I don't understand the speed complaints- the Nutrimill doesn't take more than a couple of minutes to grind the full hopper. I am not in such a hurry that I am waiting for the flour. (Posted on 7/24/11)


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Satisfied Customer Review by

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4

I am very pleased with my Nutrimill. I was used to a very slow (EXTREMELY slow) electric mill that just couldn't give me a fine flour, so all those complaints about speed really baffled me. I find this Nutrimill grain mill to be the best of both worlds-quicker than hand grinding and finer, but not so intense as to lose the nutrition of the grain. I was recommended this choice and I have recommended it to others as well in the months since I bought mine. I would have to agree with the one commenter who was surprised with the quality of the hopper extension and lid. It works just fine, but I guess I expected something sturdier. The only real drawback of the Nutrimill is the noise. However, we don't expect the Hoover to be quiet either, do we? (Posted on 5/11/11)


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5

The nutrimill is a wonderful mill for home use. Many people give it bad marks due to speed but really, how fast do you need flour to be milled? When I make flour, I make enough to use right then, so to complain that a product took 4 minutes instead of 3 is a moot point to me. I have used both the Wondermill and the Blendtec and do like the Nutrimill the best. The Blendtec is amazing, don't get me wrong, it is just louder and messier. That is a big deal in my small house with little kids. The Nutrimill also has everything in one unit and you can stop and start grinding even with grain in the hopper. My Mother-in-law has the Wondermill and it has none of those things. I can make flour very fine, or a somewhat coarse meal. I do wish I could get a coarser meal for some things but overall, it has performed as expected. A huge improvement over hand grinding. (Posted on 5/11/11)


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The Nutrimill grinds fine flour. I like the storage bin. But if I had to do it over again I would do the Whisper Mill. The flour mill is really loud and scares my toddler even when I grind in the garage. The Nutrimill also grinds very slowly (20-30 minutes each time to empty the hopper) when you are trying to get a very fine flour which I have the best luck baking with. (Posted on 5/10/11)


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Slower is Better Review by

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Since we have gotten our NutriMill it has been used twice a week to grind wheat berries for whole wheat flour. I love the fact that the slower grinding speed keeps the flour just slightly warm and no nutrients are harmed. I also grind rye and make graham flour with the Nutrimill. That being said, slow is relative, isn't it? I fill the hopper with grain and set it on very fine then go about assembling the other ingredients for my bread. The bread is terrific! I also grind rice and oats. When I bought my grain mill, I also bought 4 extra filters. I do this for any appliance I buy that has filters. I highly recommend this mill and did the research before buying it. (Posted on 5/10/11)


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Great Grinder Review by

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First I don't ever give perfect scores. This Nutrimill grain grinder is loud but in six minutes I can grind 5# of flour. We have a hand grinder, Wondermill as well and prefer the quiet work of a manual. However, when in a hurry this baby rocks! It is easy to use, simple to store if you have counter top space, if not it's 14" height could be an issue. Overall it is a safe and capable grain grinder. (Posted on 3/7/11)


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makes great flour, great for bread making (Posted on 2/22/11)


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Easy to use. Review by

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I like the flexibility of grinding just a cup or two of wheat when I need it for a recipe. I was grinding a gallon or so at a time, keeping it in the freezer to preserve nutrition, before getting my Nutrimill Wheat Grinder. Now I can grind when I'm baking, and don't have to wait for the flour to warm up! I grind almost daily, as I make all of our baked goods from scratch. (Posted on 1/15/11)


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Had it for years. Review by

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No problems. Does what is intended. I have enjoyed it. (Posted on 8/19/10)


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Amazing Machine-Necessary Appliance Review by

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I am not sure why the comments about the slow milling-the whole point of milling at home is to get the nutrients in the flour you mill yourself-not by speed milling which would create more heat, thus killing the very nutrients we are seeking. As for the fine setting being the reason it is milling slowly, use the MIDDLE of the dial for bread settings, and go FINER for cakes, cookies, and muffins, as in finer for the soft wheat berries, thus creating pastry flour.
They stand behind their warranty, just had mine serviced after 4 years of continual use (several times a week) and no problems, they sent it back in a week and it's purring like a kitten!! I absolutely love it, and my daughters want one when they get married, as well as several friends who have bought on my recommendation and love!! It doesn't take up a lot of counter space, and works great!! What more could you ask for?? (Posted on 3/21/10)


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The Best Review by

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When I was looking ot buy a mill, I searched for week to find the one that would work best for me. I chose the Nutrimill. I am so glad I did. There are little things I could say about it, but nothing worth talking about when compared to the others. I think it is fast. I start the mill and while it is running I start gathering my other ingredients and put them in my bosch mixer. By the time it is done I am ready for the flour. It is an amazing machine! (Posted on 3/8/10)


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Two years running Review by

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We've had the mill over two years, grinding once a week in the beginning, now using it several times a week for some time. No hiccups, no replacing anything, enough for 4 loaves of bread ground in 2 minutes. This is a good mill. (Posted on 1/3/10)


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Not as good as the Wondermill Review by

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3

I had a Whisper Mill for over 15 years when I finally purchased the Nutrimill. I had talked to a friend who said she loved the large hopper and the fact that you could turn the machine off during the milling process. I liked the fact that the canister was beneath the mill, because counter space and storage are an issue for me. I passed along my still functioning (perfectly functioning) Whisper Mill to a friend and started using my Nutrimill. I had it for a total of 1 year before it died. It had a black residue that stained the plastic portions and never ground well. It was very slow, much more slow than my Whisper Mill, and I could never take advantage of the finer grind because it simply wouldn't mill the grain... the grain wouldn't go down into the milling chamber on the fine setting.

I have called the company (Kitchen Resource) and they said if I could find my original receipt I could get it serviced under the warranty. Unfortunately, I can't find my receipt. :-( If you do decide to get a Nutrimill make SURE you have access to your receipt at all times. I have two other friends who had very similar issues with their Nutrimills. One just threw her broken one away and the other has sent it off for replacement or repair. (Posted on 12/7/09)


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I like it! Review by

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4

I like that the Nutrimill container is a drawer. I had the BlendTec before this and hated the heavy mechanical part as the "lid" of my container. I do also find that this mill is much slower than the BlendTec (especially for rice), but prefer the function over the speed, I guess! I would also make the hopper extension piece fit more securely as it makes a huge mess if it gets bumped and knocked off! But all in all, I would most definitely buy again. (Posted on 10/21/09)


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I Like My Nutrimill Review by

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5

I did a lot of research before buying the Nutrimill and it came out on top 3 years ago. I have used it about10-15 times and it works great. For the comment of being slow, I don't understand, because I can get 10 cups of flour in 5 minutes, depending on fineness setting. I have found that the fineness setting if turned to too fine takes longer and really doesn't make much of a difference I made a mistake and put some flax seed through mine... don't put anything oily through it, just like the directions say. Well, it clogged up and started to smoke a little. 3 hours later after total dis-assembly and cleaning of the cutters it works great again. I have a hand grinder, but would never want to use it long term. To all those looking for a hand grinder, buy a small generator, and keep your electric grinder! (Posted on 8/2/09)


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The Nutrimill Works, but... Review by

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4

It does grind slowly. Much more slowly then the book says it will. Additionally, you will need to purchase extra filters if you mill a lot, as the old one will need to be cleaned and require some time to dry out. That said, overall I've been pleased with this Nutrimill Grain Mill. I've had it for a few years, and while it does need replacement parts occasionally, I've not found them particularly difficult to locate, nor hugely expensive. And it sure beats milling with a hand mill for speed. (Posted on 4/18/09)


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Nutrimill Review by

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3

The Nutrimill does a good job making very fine flour. Speed is not a strong point of this machine. I give it 3 stars because of the exceptionally poor workmanship of the product (cheaply made, poor fitting hopper extension, cheaply made poor fitting lid, and generally overall cheap assembly and substandard craftsmanship I'd expect on a grain mill this expensive). Based on the quality of construction, I'm surprised that a lifetime warranty is offered on the Nutrimill (I'll have to see how soon the cheap parts break). I'd recommend the Blendtec Kitchen Mill, and trade the variety of flour of the Nutrimill for the durable construction of the Blendtec - not to mention that the Blendtec will leave your wallet much heavier! Also, Blendtec will grind MUCH MUCH faster than Nutrimill. (Posted on 1/22/09)


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Nutrimill Review by

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5

I got the Nutrimill Grain Mill 2 weeks ago and have ground wheat three times so far. No problems at all. Exactly what I thought I would be getting. The Nutrimill makes the flour very fine just how I want it for baking. I am glad I ended up buying this grain mill and not another one. (Posted on 12/12/08)


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The Nutrimill Works Like a Dream Review by

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5

The Nutrimill is a great grain mill - works great! Still learning the different settings and speed variances. Very informative - quick start booklet. Have recommended this grain mill to several. Loud while grinding, but placed in the pantry with the door closed helps. (Posted on 3/11/08)


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Additional Information
Product Manual
Name Nutrimill Grain Mill Grinder
Color White
Type Grain Mills
Material Plastic and Steel
Brands L'Equip
Home or Commercial Home
Function Automatic
Voltage (volts) 120
Wattage 1200
Wattage Range 1000 - 1499
Weight (in Lbs) 14.0000
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