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Old 10-18-2013, 09:59 PM   #5
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Default Re: Do you grind your own grain?

I have a NutriMill and really, really love it. Fairly quiet, very reliable (I've only used it for wheat), and I'm fairly sure it's paid for itself by now -I've had it over three years, and used it for our bread/baking flour and for making bread and baked goods to sell at farmer's market. I bought it through Pleasant Hill Grain at the same time as I ordered my Bosch Mixer and got a deal on both (tax refund purchase -money very well spent ).
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