KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment

MPN: GMA
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Current Location: Ashburn, VA (20147)
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Makes flour from low-moisture, non-oily grains such as wheat, corn, oats or rice for homemade tortillas, pitas and noodles.Selected desired consistency from fine to coarseIncludes a cleaning brushGrain mill attachment can be used with any KitchenAid household stand mixer. Does not work by itself.1-year manufacturer's warranty
Summary
Product Title KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment
Manufacturer KitchenAid
Lowest Price $129.99 from Amazon.com Marketplace
Power Score 3.5 | 2 Reviews
User Reviews
KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment
4 Star Review   By member crys1s - Jul 2, 2008   

Strengths: Works well for most types of grains; you get to control coarseness.

Weakness: Noisy, high pitch sound; grinds only low-moisture, non-oily grains; places stress on your mixer; quite expensive.

This grain mill works well, but it is quite expensive and its surface appearance is quite unappealing to me. I do like milling my own flour from a variety of grains, but you can only use low-moisture, non-oily grains or it'll clog up the mill. That means you can't do soy beans - I wish it could. You have to run wheat from the coarsest setting and move on to a finer setting until you get your desired coarseness/fineness, which poses no problem for this mill as it has 10 settings. Unfortunately, it is quite noisy with a high-pitch sound, and might overtax your mixer. I let it rest for a few minutes after every 2 cups of grain. Overall, it does what it is supposed to do, but I think I'd prefer a stand-alone grain mill that could do high-moisture, oily grains as well, so that it won't overtax and burn up my mixer.

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A Grinder for you Blender
3 Star Review   By member jwebb48111 - Dec 18, 2006   

Strengths: No need to purchase additional electrical items for something you already have.

Weakness: Expensive considering you don't even have a motor.

I've only used it to grind coffee beans so far and it does a nice job on that. Haven't tried to use it for anything else yet. Priced kind of high considering you don't even have a motor for this item.

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Product Details
Description
Makes flour from low-moisture, non-oily grains such as wheat, corn, oats or rice for homemade tortillas, pitas and noodles.Selected desired consistency from fine to coarseIncludes a cleaning brushGrain mill attachment can be used with any KitchenAid household stand mixer. Does not work by itself.1-year manufacturer's warranty
Summary
Product Title KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment
Manufacturer KitchenAid
Lowest Price $129.99 from Amazon.com Marketplace
Power Score 3.5 | 2 Reviews
General Info
Color: Stainless Steel
Dimensions
Depth: 4 in
Weight: 4 lbs
Height: 5 in
Width: 3 in
Warranty
Warranty Information: 1-year warranty
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URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Mixer Type: Accessories
Accessories: Grain Mill
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User Reviews
KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment
4 Star Review   By member crys1s - Jul 2, 2008   

Strengths: Works well for most types of grains; you get to control coarseness.

Weakness: Noisy, high pitch sound; grinds only low-moisture, non-oily grains; places stress on your mixer; quite expensive.

This grain mill works well, but it is quite expensive and its surface appearance is quite unappealing to me. I do like milling my own flour from a variety of grains, but you can only use low-moisture, non-oily grains or it'll clog up the mill. That means you can't do soy beans - I wish it could. You have to run wheat from the coarsest setting and move on to a finer setting until you get your desired coarseness/fineness, which poses no problem for this mill as it has 10 settings. Unfortunately, it is quite noisy with a high-pitch sound, and might overtax your mixer. I let it rest for a few minutes after every 2 cups of grain. Overall, it does what it is supposed to do, but I think I'd prefer a stand-alone grain mill that could do high-moisture, oily grains as well, so that it won't overtax and burn up my mixer.

67% of readers found this review helpful.

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A Grinder for you Blender
3 Star Review   By member jwebb48111 - Dec 18, 2006   

Strengths: No need to purchase additional electrical items for something you already have.

Weakness: Expensive considering you don't even have a motor.

I've only used it to grind coffee beans so far and it does a nice job on that. Haven't tried to use it for anything else yet. Priced kind of high considering you don't even have a motor for this item.

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