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osttiroler household flour mill - 77 years - founder green-family - kitchen mill, grain grinder osttiroler grain mills

osttiroler household flour mill - 77 years - founder green-family - kitchen mill, grain grinder osttiroler grain mills

Old proven methods have created the history of the company Osttiroler Getreidemhlen (East Tyrolean grain mills): The heart of our stone mills is the millstone. The infinitely variable adjustment of the stones offers the choice of fineness of the flour (from the finest wholemeal flour up to very coarse). The casing is made from solid wood. With years of experience in the construction of stone mills at the Osttiroler Getreidemhlen flour residues in the grinding chamber are avoided. A robust industrial motor (360W) provides a reliable and steady output.

Mr. Green, the founder of the "Osttiroler Getreidemhlen", has been the only producer of grain mills to be awarded by the State Award for quality from the Bavarian State Government in 1978.The Original Osttiroler Getreidemhlen featuring numerous quality awards can solely be obtained from the Manufacturer, the Family 'Green', under the following address:

Flour mills | Stone Mills - Combi Mills | Commercial mills | Commercial mills plant | Production | Team | References | Contact | Links Copyright and exclusive use of the photos, videos and texts by Osttiroler Getreidemhlen Heidemarie Green GmbH. Illegal use of any kind will be prosecuted in court without exception. 2004 - 2021

the world's finest hand grain mill | country living grain mills

the world's finest hand grain mill | country living grain mills

The Country Living Mill is an heirloom quality mill, designed to last a lifetime. Made in the USA with industrial, dual-sealed ball bearings, it still costs hundreds less than the closest competitor! Built smart for tough times.

osttiroler commercial mills 77 years - founder green-family - commercial stone flour mill, stone burr grain mill, corn mill - east tyrolean

osttiroler commercial mills 77 years - founder green-family - commercial stone flour mill, stone burr grain mill, corn mill - east tyrolean

Osttiroler commercial grain mills with one or two outputs. Low revolutions of only 150 - 400 rev per minute depending on the size of the stone! Therefore the mills are suitable for working continually (24h) and with a gentle grinding of the grain.

Mr. Green, the founder of the "Osttiroler Grain Mills", has been the only producer of grain mills to be awarded by the State Award for quality from the Bavarian State Government in 1978.The Original Osttiroler Commercial Grainmills - featuring numerous quality awards - can solely be obtained from the Manufacturer, the Family 'Green', under the following address:

Flour mills | Stone Mills - Combi Mills | Commercial mills | Commercial mills plant | Production | Team | References | Contact | Links Copyright and exclusive use of the photos, videos and texts by Osttiroler Getreidemhlen Heidemarie Green GmbH. Illegal use of any kind will be prosecuted in court without exception. 2004 - 2021

komo classic grain mill review + giveaway - the daring gourmet

komo classic grain mill review + giveaway - the daring gourmet

When I first saw the KoMo Classic Grain Mill, admired its aesthetic beauty and saw that its made in Germany, I knew I had to investigate. I popped over to Pleasant Hill Grain, KoMos exclusive U.S. importer, to check it out and chat with their staff about its features, and then spent some more time reading reviews online. I made the decision to get one.

Whether its to make some fresh flour for cookies, muffins or bread, to grind some yellow dent corn into polenta or fine cornmeal for dinner that evening, or crack some oat groats to soak overnight for the next mornings breakfast, Im continuing to discover more and more ways to put it to work as a daily part of our healthy eating routine.

Using my KoMo grain mill has bumped up my love of baking several more notches and has made experimenting with a wide variety of grains so easy grains that you simply cannot find in ground or cracked forms in the grocery store. When you have your own grain mill, the skys the limit!

I dont even buy flour anymore. I grind everything fresh as I need it. The KoMo produces a half pound of flour in 2 minutes. No set up, no clean up, its a cinch. I get my whole grains in bulk from Pleasant Hill Grain(all natural, organic & non-GMO) and just take out however much I need for a couple of weeksat a time and store the rest in the heavy airtight, mylar-lined bucketsthey come in.

The KoMo Grain Mill is the result of a German-Austrian collaboration by Wolfgang Mock and Peter Koidl. Their aim was to produce top performing grains mills, both commercial and for the home kitchen, that are built to last a lifetime while also making them aesthetically beautiful enough to become a focal point of any kitchen.

Pleasant Hill Grain is KoMos exclusive U.S. importer. Purchasing from them means you can be assured that youre getting a genuine productwithKoMos warranty while also receiving the excellent customer service that Pleasant Hill Grain is famous for.

Really my only disappointment is one that applies to all electric grain mills and thats that you cant grind nuts or oily seeds. But again, thats not unique to the KoMo, thats true for any electric grain mill. But with the KoMo if you do grind something that has a little moisture or oil in it theres an easy remedy: Simply run some rice through the mill and it cleans out the millstone.

One other thing that I would mention: You technically shouldnt grind dried sprouted grains in the KoMo because of the possibility of some moisture left in the grains. But Ive done it a couple of times so far anyway with success and heres how: I didnt let the sprouts grow very long and made sure to completely and thoroughly dry them out in the food dehydrator. Because of the little dried sprout tails it took a little longer to grind the flour and to coax the grains down the hopper, but it worked. And I had two gorgeous batches of organic sprouted whole wheat flour.

Check out this gorgeous line of KoMo grain mills (and there are even more of them than pictured here). I should start collecting each model. (Yeah, thats not going to happen. But it never hurts to dream.)

If youre gluten-free youll especially appreciate the long-term savings youll reap by having your own mill. GF flours are expensive! But with a grain mill you can whip up a pound of brown rice, amaranth, chickpea, oat, millet or buckwheat flour (and many more) for just the price you paid for the bulk grains. In many instances you save 50% of the cost by grinding your own.

The KoMo Classic Grain Mill isnt cheap but there are two things that are strong selling points for me: 1) It grinds flour more finely than any other electric grain mill on the market plus its also able to crack the grains more coarsely than other mills. 2) It has a 12 year warranty. And from everything Ive read about them, theyre really built to last a lifetime. I hope to have mine for a very long timeand someday when Im too old and feeble to press the on switch Ill pass it down to one of my kids.

Disclosure: I was given a KoMo grain mill to review with no obligationto write a positive review. I love my grain mill and wanted to share my experience with you. No further compensation was given and, as always, all opinions are entirely my own.

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Lynn, youve made my day. What a wonderful compliment, thank you so much for your kind words <3 I can only imagine the loss you must feel at having left that cookbook behind - what a treasure! I hope you enjoy the recipes you try here and so greatly appreciate your forwarding my site to your friends and family - thank you again! Warm regards, Kimberly

Kimberly, I read your review a while ago and finally decided to get my own KoMo grain mill. It just arrived a few days ago and I AM IN LOVE! Thank you SO much for sharing this helpful review, I was on the fence for a long time about which grain mill to get and you helped me make that decision. Everyone who has come by and seen it sitting on my counter has commented on how awesome it looks and where I got it. Ive been referring my friends to your review and where they can find the grain mill at Pleasant Hill Grain. Thanks again!!

Im so happy to hear this review was helpful and that youre as ecstatic about your KoMo as I am! Im still using my KoMo nearly every day. I dont buy flour anymore, just the bulk grains and grind my own flour fresh every time I need it. Its awesome!

With a KoMo mill I would be assured that I would be grinding the grains a at temperature that would not destroy the enzymes as I might currently be doing in using a different method. I am really enjoying making bread and just started over a month ago with making and sharing a couple loaves a week. It has become therapy for me. The ones I have shared my bread with have commented how good it is and that sparks me on to wanting to bake for them. It brings me great joy.

komo fidibus classic grain mill | breadtopia

komo fidibus classic grain mill | breadtopia

Baking with your own freshly milled flour couldnt be easier. Adjust the degree of fineness of flour (from very fine to very course) by simply rotating the hopper clockwise or counter clockwise, add up to about 2 lbs of grain to the hopper and youre ready to go. Cleanup is minimal tononexistent. No need to store your Wolfgang mill out of sight between use, its attractiveness and small footprint only enhances your kitchen decor.

The Classics housing of sustainably grown native beechwood with finger jointed corners reflects the integrity of the mills internal workings. Within the elegant housing resides an incredibly durable and advanced milling mechanism. The industrial strength electric motor drives the more than rock hard corundum/ceramic millstones. All Wolfgang mills will provide many many years of reliable service. The generous 12 year warranty stands behind each one. The KoMo Fidibus Classicis our best-selling Wolfgang mill.

All dry grains can be ground, including wheat (both hard and soft), oat groats (dehulled oats), rice, triticale, Kamut, spelt, buckwheat, barley, rye, millet, teff, quinoa, amaranth, sorghum and dent (field) corn. Sprouted grains can also be milled provided they are thoroughly dried first. It will also grind spices, lentils and dry beans (pinto, red, garbanzo, kidney, etc.) It isnt suitable for herbs, oilseeds like flax or sesame, popcorn, or fibrous materials.

Freshly milled grains are far more nourishing and flavorful than flours which are weeks or even days old. Freshly milled flour from the Komo Classic exits the chuteat a temperature only sightly warm to the touch.

Whole grains begin to oxidize and spoil as soon as theyre milled, causing a loss in nutritional value and flavor. At a minimum, its important to check the shelf date on store bought whole grains and refrigerate or freeze what you keep on hand.

Ideally, purchase whole grains in bulk and mill at home as needed. Whole grains keep indefinitely and hold their nutritional value. Milling your own grains with a Wolfgang grain mill takes less than a minute and cleanup about the same.

This is my first grain mill, So dont have any experience with the others. Bought this one because of the rave reviews from the more experience users out there. It was by far the most highly rated with no down side except for the high price. But I wanted to buy just one and not have to buy another one down the road. Love the looks and the wife doesnt complain about it sitting out on the counter. So that means a lot that I dont have to put it away after each use, somewhat justifies some of the costs for the convenience. Does an excellence job of grinding all my grains from very fine to course. Has an contentious use motor that doesnt get hot, So my son comes over to grind his grain also, that also makes it worth the extra money. Cant say enough about the company, Fast shipping, You can actually call them up, Very friendly and exceeding helpful, So far have bought all my baking needs from them. Thomas in Ky

I am SO glad I spent the extra money for my Komo Fidibus classic mill at Breadtopia. It makes wonderfully fine flour, beautiful course-ground oat groats for euro style muesli, and anything in between. I appreciate its speed and reasonable sound level, and most of all its beauty sitting on my countertop. Highly, highly recommended.

I debated and debated about spending the money for my KoMo, but after having it several months now, Im thrilled with it! My first grinder was the Wonder Mill, which I used for over 20 years also an AWESome unit. I just got tired of getting it out of the pantry twice a week, sometimes more. Now, the KoMo is on my counter generating comments and working like a dream. It IS slower than my Wonder Mill but its not as loud and I dont have any mishaps of the lid not being on tightly enough and getting flour showers at inopportune times! I sold my Wonder Mill to a friend who loves it and Im sorry I buy it sooner than I did. Breadtopia is wonderful to work with and I received it so quickly. I thought I would have to wait over the weekend, but there it was on my doorstep 24hrs later!

I just purchased the KoMo Classic. This mill is BUILT!! Not a whimpy mill at all and the look of itwell, its gorgeous! I am a wood freak and this really hit my button. Now, the function of itso far, I have been grinding hard and soft wheat, einkorn, and dent corn. I expect my rye, barley, kamut to grind just as well. I know it was quite a bit of money but I think it is well worth it!!! I love it and it makes my life just a little easier!! Thanks Breadtopia!!!

Excellent Mill Very solidly built and does a great job in milling grains from fine to coarse. Although very pricey, if youre looking for a well-built product that offers a variety of milling grades, you can do no better than this mill. Excellent overall. Ive been using it for over a year without any issues.

I just received my Komo classic and I absolutely love it! It grinds flour as fine as store bought or however you want it. It grinds so fast its amazing and so much quieter than what I had before- the messerschmidt attachment to the kitchen aide mixer which was horrendously loud. It is so beautiful also- quite an addition to my kitchen. This is a very high quality grinder and it is worth every penny! I can see now why other manufacturers are starting to copy it.

We just got this grain grinder from Breadtopiathe best price online. Yea! I love the way it grinds so efficiently. This grain grinder is very well madevery good motor assembly and the wood housing is not only beautiful to look at, there is no plastic exterior that can be easily broken. There is a heavy plastic ring inside that is rubbed when you set the mill at different levels from course to fine flour, yet we dont move that setting too often.

We have a Country Grain Millhand crankand am I ever glad to see this KoMo Classic! We couldnt grind enough flour for our needs (of course we had it on the finest setting). The KoMo does not grind as fine a flour as our hand mill, but that doesnt matter to mewe can get enough flour for a loaf of bread in 5 minutes, not two days.

Thank you, Eric, for your wonderful comparison videos. They were helpful to me in my research on grain mills, which I then followed up on other sites as well. You did the best side by side comparison and have the best price.

Fabulous Product I have owned this grain mill for nearly a year now and absolutely love it. Its the only mill Ive owned but I wouldnt want to try any other. I love that I dont have to spend time cleaning after each use. I love that it looks great sitting on my counter or on my bakers rack. I grinds the grain to perfection. Its a great buy and I would buy it again in a heartbeat. Now that I have found Breadtopia I am getting the most from my grinder. I was stumbling around a bit trying to use it on my own but with Breadtopia I am making truly amazing bread!

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