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Victorio Manual Grain Mill

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Victorio Grain Mill - (Manual)

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Free Shipping: Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Ships Canada Wide: Yes
Product Code: 2-0901

 

$99.95
Great for grinding fine whole-grain flours and coarse grain cereals. This compact burr grinder out-performs larger, heavier hand grinders with its stainless-steel milling cones.
The Victorio Grain Mill is an essential tool for any kitchen. The compact design and convenient, 2" wide clamp base make storage easy and set up a snap. The stainless steel grinding burrs will grind any type of non-oily seed or grain and turn it into a quality ground product. All our Grain Mills come with an adjustment knob to give you the freedom to grind as coarse or as fine as you need. Whether you need fine flour for breads and pastries or coarse cracked grains for cereal, this Grain Mill can do the job.

● A simple, compact, hand crank mill

● Grind wheat, rice, oats, barley, non-oily seeds, and spices

● Holds up to 2 cups of grain

● Stainless steel grinding cone is adjustable from course to fine with the simple twist of a knob

● Wider clamp base allows for a secure grip on thicker counter tops (up to 2-inches)

Care Instructions


To ensure your Grain Mill works properly at all times, please follow the care and handling instructions below:
● When you receive your Grain Mill, dismantle all parts and wipe them off using a damp cloth to remove any residue from manufacturing and packaging.
● Small parts are easily lost, so be sure to handle with care.
● After each use, the Grain Mill can be easily cleaned with a dry, soft brush or soft cloth.
● If thorough cleaning is necessary, hand wash the Grain Mill in warm water and dry all parts thoroughly.
● Do not leave any part of the Grain Mill soaking in water.
● Do not clean any part of the Grain Mill in a dishwasher.

Helpful Tips


1. The Grain Mill can only be adjusted to a coarser setting after grinding has begun. To adjust to a finer setting, empty the mill of all grain before turning the adjustment knob. We suggest always starting the Grain Mill adjusted to the finest setting.
2. Larger grains, such as corn, garbanzo or pinto beans, do not flow through the Grain Mill well and should not be used.
3. The flow into the milling cone is gravity fed. This can be problematic for very light items, like rolled oats and herbs. We do not recommend putting these types of items through the grain mill.
4. While the Grain Mill is designed primarily for small grains like wheat or rice, it can grind most dry, non-oily grains without damaging the milling cones. Some things grind better than others. If in doubt, try it!

Wheat Dough Recipe


½ c. Butter, melted
½ c. Sugar
2 c. very warm Water
2 tbsp Active Dry Yeast
In a stand mixer, beat above ingredients well.
Then add:
2 c. White Wheat Flour
2 Eggs, beaten
2 tsp Salt

Once all of the ingredients are mixed together, add 3-4 more cups of regular white flour, a little at a time, checking the consistency of the dough constantly. When finished, the dough should feel very sticky.

Let the dough rest for 5 minutes, then mix for 5 more minutes.

Using 1 tbsp of cooking oil, coat a large bowl thoroughly. Remove dough from the stand mixer and place into the pre-greased bowl. Rub the dough around in the bowl, so the outside of the dough also becomes coated in oil. Then, cover and let rise until double in size, or until an impression remains when poked.

Punch dough down and let rise another 10 minutes.

For Bread Loaves:

Divide dough in half, shape, and place into two greased, 8.5” X 4.5” loaf pans. Let rise in loaf pans until double in size. Then bake in oven, at 350°F, until golden brown, or when loaves sound hollow when tapped. Remove from pan and let cool on a wire cooling rack.

For Basic Rolls:

Form dough into 2-inch balls, place onto a greased baking pan and let rise for 15 minutes. Bake in oven at 350°F for 20-30 minutes, or until rolls are golden brown. Remove from oven and let cool.

For Cinnamon Rolls:

Roll dough out on a floured surface, into a rectangle. Pour ½ c. butter onto dough and sprinkle with any of the following toppings: Cinnamon, sugar, brown sugar, nuts and/or raisins. Roll up the dough, starting with the short side. Once rolled, pinch the edge closed and cut into 1 ½ inch rolls. Place cut rolls onto a greased baking pan and let rise for 15 minutes. Bake in oven at 350°F for 20-30 minutes, or until rolls are golden brown. Remove from oven and glaze with the frosting of your choice.

For Orange Rolls:

Roll dough out on a floured surface, into a rectangle. Pour ½ c. butter onto dough and sprinkle with any of the following toppings: orange zest and orange juice. Roll up the dough, starting with the short side. Once rolled, pinch the edge closed and cut into 1 ½ inch rolls. Place cut rolls onto a greased baking pan and let rise for 15 minutes. Bake in oven at 350°F for 20-30 minutes, or until rolls are golden brown. Remove from oven and glaze with a powdered sugar and orange juice frosting.

Additional Information:

Free Shipping Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Short Description Great for grinding fine whole-grain flours and coarse grain cereals. This compact burr grinder out-performs larger, heavier hand grinders with its stainless-steel milling cones.
Sealed Shelf Life No
Opened Shelf Life No
Servings Per Container No
Serving Size No
Net Weight No
Ingredients No
Gluten Free No
GMO Free No
Special Order Item No
Ships Canada Wide Yes
Enable Squeeze Content No
Product Features No
Page Image Banner No
Video Section One No
Video Section Two No

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