|We keep it on a rolling cart that is easy to|
maneuver and easy to clean.
|If you leave your scoop in the bucket, you|
won't have to search for it when you need it.
|The motor and the stones are not quiet. Ear protection|
is always a good idea. It's not bad and the
newer models are much, much louder.
The vibration keeps the wheat berries
moving on the plate. You just have to direct them at the end.
|The one on the right spins. The hole is angled|
toward the gap in the center. Don't set them too close
together or you can break your stones.
|It's almost impossible to NOT pinch the flour between|
your fingers. It's a great way to feel the texture of the
grind to make sure it meets your needs. Plus, it's fun.
|A gallon bag holds enough flour for several loaves|
of bread, a couple batches of wonderful pancakes,
thickening material for gravy and lots more. It's
a lot of flour.
|Buy your wheat by the ton, it's cheaper. You can|
also buy it already sealed in buckets so it will last.
Right now, I'm using wheat we bought 5 or 6 years
ago. If stored properly, wheat can stay viable for
centuries. I don't plan to live that long.