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How Whole Grain Can Transform Your Health

The Whole Story

You've heard eating whole grains improves health. But before you dive right in - make sure you understand what "whole grain" actually means. The Whole Grains Council requires qualifying foods to contain 100% of the original kernel (including the bran, germ, and endosperm).

The Great Grain Robbery

Common flour processing extracts the bran, middlings, wheat germ, and wheat germ oil. Those key components contain 80-90% of the useful vitamins and minerals found in whole grains. In its natural form, a kernel of whole grain is "the staff of life".

The Culprit?

Whole Grains have been robbed of the basic building blocks of nutrition. You are left with processed white flour, which is found on most store shelves. This processed flour is "dead," and can actually be detrimental to your health.

Processed Flour

  • Whole Grain - Over 30 known nutrients, protective shell locks in Nutrients.
  • Bran - Insoluble fiber aids regularity, high in trace minerals, and satisfies hunger quickly.
  • Middlings - Balances blood sugar, and helps maintain energy levels.
  • Germ - Nutrient-rich for intestinal health, detoxifies blood, and cardiovascular health booster.
  • Germ Oil - Highest vitamin E content of any (non-fortified) food.
  • White Flour - Harmful pesticides, fungicides, bleaching, maturing and agents synthetic vitamins added.

Common Chemicals & Additives Found in Breads

  • Ammonium Sulfate: Commonly used as fertilizer and flame retardant.
  • Potassium Bromate: Banned in several countries due to safety concerns despite FDA approval.
  • Mono-And Diglycerides: Prevents bread staleness, but is a chemical additive.
  • Calcium Propionate: Linked to allergic reactions and sleep issues in children.
  • L. Cysteine: Derived from human or animal hair; used as a dough conditioner.
  • Sodium Stearoyl Lactate: May worsen digestive issues in lactose intolerant individuals.

Take Control of Your Food

  • Security - Gain peace of mind, with the long-term warranty.
  • Confidence - Handle tough jobs with industry's strongest milling heads.
  • Savings - Manage your budget with fewer trips to the grocery store.
  • Choices - Go gluten-free or add on innovative attachments.
  • Efficient - Mill large quantities of grains and legumes on demand.
  • Flexibility - Texture control and single switch shut-off features.
  • Nutrition - Incorporate fresh, flavorful vitamins every meal.

Harvest Grain Mill

Simplock Hopper Removal

Easily remove your hopper on your grain mill.

Eco-Friendly Bamboo

Combining functionality with sustainability in its design.

Easy-Adjust Texture Knob

Customize grind settings easily for consistently perfect results.

Available in Various Colors

Offers choices to suit kitchen decor and personal style.

Classic Grain Mill

Quick Milling 20 Cups in 5 Minutes

Offering a time-saving solution for busy bakers and home cooks alike.

20 Cup Capacity

Mill large quantities of grains for baking or family meals.

Sealed Bowl

Create a mess-free milling space for optimal efficiency.

Low Temperature Milling

Enhance nutrients and flavors for healthier homemade flour and baked goods.

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Milling Heads

Stainless Steel

Stone

Hopper Capacity

20 Cups

5 Cups

Canister Capacity

12 Cups

Continuous

Wattage

1200-watt motor

450-watt motor

Texture Range

Fine - Coarse

Fine - Cracked

Housing Material

Plastic

Bamboo

Decibal Range

78-98db

71-92db

Size

H10" x W11.25" x D12.625"

H13" x W6" x D9"

Mill any non-oily grains or legumes

Mill Any of the Following

Kamut - Nutrient-rich ancient wheat grain, milled for its protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Spelt - Ancient grain with a sweet, nutty flavor, milled for its fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals.

Barley - Versatile grain with nutty flavor, milled for fiber, vitamins, minerals, and heart health benefits.

Farro - Chewy, nutty ancient wheat grain, milled for high protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Rye - Hearty grain with sour flavor, milled for fiber, vitamins, minerals, and blood sugar control.

Soft Wheat - Mild-flavored wheat for baking cakes, pastries, and some bread.

Hard Wheat - High-protein wheat for bread and pasta, milled for gluten structure.

Triticale - Hybrid grain for protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and culinary versatility.

Emmer - Ancient grain with nutty flavor, milled for protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Einkorn - Oldest cultivated wheat, rich in flavor and nutrients, milled for protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Bulgur Wheat - Its high fiber content, rich nutrients, and whole grain benefits, offering versatile culinary applications and promoting satiety and weight management.

For any grains not listed above, mill only ¼ cup, then test the flour by pinching a small amount between your thumb and finger. If it holds the shape of a pinch and does not fall apart, it contains too much moisture. Do not mill this grain.

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The Fresher the Flour, the Fresher the Food.

Helpful Tips for Freshly Milled Flour

Converting Measurements

Converting recipes from refined white flour to whole grain flour is often a matter of trial and error. Many factors, such as the type of recipe, your climate, and your choice of texture when grinding, all play a part in the final results. Keep notes on how much flour you use and whether more or less is needed next time. It may take a few attempts before you find just the right amount to suit your taste.

Hard vs. Soft Wheat

Soft wheat flour, also known as whole wheat pastry flour, has less protein and creates a lighter textured product than hard wheat. Soft wheat does not work as well for yeast breads, but it is excellent for cakes, cookies, muffins, etc. Soft wheat is closer to all-purpose flour and need not be adjusted as much as hard wheat flour when converting recipes. Hard wheat flour is higher in protein than soft wheat flour. Hard wheat can be used for every type of recipe, but is essential for yeast breads.

Slowly Integrate into Diet

Add whole grains to your diet gradually, to help your family's taste buds and digestive systems adjust. Start by replacing 25% (or less) of the white flour in your favorite recipes with whole grain flour. Gradually increase to 50% whole grain flour, and so on. Most recipes work well without adjustments until you begin substituting more than 50% whole grain flour.

Storing

After milling grains & legumes, refrigerate or freeze any leftover flour to preserve as many nutrients as possible. Flour may be stored up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator or up to 3-6 months in the freezer.

Mixing Grains

Grains may be mixed and milled together at the same time. Choose grains of similar size for best results. Try a variety of flour mixtures to add variety, flavor, and texture to your recipes.

Adjust Flavor

Increase the amount of herbs and spices in your recipe by up to 50%. White flour is neutral and has no flavor, but whole grain and bean flours can mask the taste of other ingredients.

Conversion

For each cup of white flour in a recipe, replace with 3/4 to 7/8 cup of hard whole wheat flour or 7/8 to 1 cup of soft wheat flour. Whole grain flours absorb more liquid than all-purpose flour, so instead of using less flour, you may increase the liquid called for in the recipe.

Need Extra Protein?

Bean flours provide extra protein and may be added in small quantities to any baked goods. You can replace up to 10%-25% of the wheat flour in your recipes with almost any bean, pea or lentil flour.

Autolyse

Mix flour and water in bread making, let it rest before adding other ingredients. Improves gluten development for easier handling, enhances flavor and texture. Simple yet effective technique for homemade bread.

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The NutriMill [Harvest] works great and is so easy to use. My kids love using it, and baking with fresh flour is a game changer!

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I absolutely love it [Classic]! It is about as loud as a vacuum, grinds fast, And is easy to clean. I highly recommend if.

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Fine fluffy flour, does [Classic] the job very well.

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