Powered by your KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Fits all Household KitchenAid Stand Mixers. Easily grind Low-Moisture Grains such as fresh wheat, corn, oats, rye, rice & buckwheat. 12 Grind Levels that range from a very coarse "cracked" texture to a fine grind. This all-metal attachment grinds wheat, oats, corn, rice, and other low-moisture, low-oil grains. Using freshly milled grains brings a hearty taste and texture to your baked goods. When you bake with home ground flour you will get all of the good you could possible get from a grain. Choose from 'cracked' to extra-fine consistency. Includes a cleaning brush. Grind wheat, oats, corn, rice, and other low-moisture, low-oil grains. This all-metal grain mill simply attaches to the hub of your stand mixer for quick and easy milling. Choose from 'cracked' to extra fine consistency. For everything you want to make. KitchenAid. Cooking from scratch is made easier with a stand mixer, and made all the more literal with this grain mill attachment. Use it to make flour out of wheat, corn, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, and millet--any low-moisture, non-oily grain (peanuts and coffee are a no-no with this tool). Make up to 10 cups at a time. The mill is sturdy, heavy, and easy to assemble and attach to the mixer's hub. Adjust the knob to the desired grind, fill the unit with grains, and crank it up to 10. When you're through, brush it clean with the small brush included in the kit. If you need to, wash it by hand, but don't put it in the dishwasher. --Betsy Danheim
Grinds whole grain wheat into a nice fine flour for bread making. Works as advertised.Dinged it a star because: - limited to grinding 10 cups of flour during a session, then having to wait 45 minutes for the motor to cool. Instructions do not delineate between professional series mixers and smaller models so not sure if this is an issue for the bigger mixers. - blades are steel - long term storage requires disassembly and coating blades with mineral oil to limit rust. Must clean initially before first use t..
I have been using this for a couple of months and it's time consuming to get the grain through it. You have to start at a low setting and keep moving it through until it's fine enough for baking. I think it's tough to clean up but my main concern is that it seems to be a big strain on the unit itself and that concerns me. I could have bought a free standing grain mill for another 80-100 dollars but to replace my mixer is as you know alot more so...I'm on the fence about whether or not this was a good pucha..
I've used this mill for a year now. I probably grind once or twice a week. It's better to use flour while fresh, so grind less flour, more often. I love this mill for the following reasons:-Easy to attach, use, clean, and put away.-Doesn't take much storage room.-Not insanely loud (it is loud.. but not ear piercing loud like other stand-alone mills I've heard).-Doesn't heat the flour as you mill it.Drawbacks to this grain mill are related to your intended use.-There is a size limit to the hopper (I don't g..