M Teague wrote:Welcome Ginny!
I am interested in this mill also. I usually buy heritage wheat and do buy other grains. My question is about Okra seeds. I bought, and loved, The Whole Okra, and one of the things I did was grind seeds from too woody okra seeds for a flour (I would add okra to beans, squash, potatoes and corn as essentials) which I add to pancakes or sourdough. It’s nice and nutty. BUT the okra seed flour needs heavy heavy sifting. Do you know of others who do this and how would the mill do with the grain mill. Thanks, Mark, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennie Kies wrote:
Kevin Olson wrote:I have an old KitchenAid bowl lift mixer (K5A, I think - thrift store find, built like a tank). If I buy one adapter for the KA, can I use it to power both the grain mill and the flaker?
My KA belonged to my grandparents, and I love it. I didn’t know I needed a grain mill until I started looking at this post. If it would be possible to buy an adapter to power the mill and flaker with the Kitchen Aid, that would be awesome! They would be a welcome addition to the meat grinder and pasta maker attachments. Isn’t it great when you can find a product meant to last?
Austin Guidry wrote:How does a mill like this one compare to a high power blender such as a Vitamix?
We have considered getting one alongside our blender so we can make uncommon flours.
Jenner Aycock-Jandreau wrote:I’m in the search for a grain mill, and love everything I’ve heard and seen about the KoMo, but the price is daunting. I’m thinking of cleaning out the coffee grinder I don’t use, and using it for grain instead, until I can save up the money for something good.
I got the impression from what you wrote that the KoMo is worth the wait!?
Sara Townsend wrote:What a beautiful machine!
Is there a guide for how coarse/fine to grind a particular grain for a recipe? (I'm a grain mill neophyte, can you tell?)
Is there a maintenance schedule for the motor? Are replacement parts readily available? Is there a manually-operated version of this mill?
Abraham Palma wrote:Hi.
I thought this mill would be wonderful for our carobs and almonds.
However, I didn't read this part before creating a new thread in the 'bread' section: "one lucky winner in the USA or Canada".
Isn't it possible at all to send it to Europe?
Lena Diehl wrote:Hi Ginny Welcome!!!
What typers of grains can be ground in the KoMo? Could I grind other things in it, like corn, beans, and/or coffee?