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What’s the best grain mill & how do I store grains?

Confused Grain MillI am often asked the questions: “What’s the best mill for me?” and “How do I store grains?”  These are great questions and the answers differ depending upon your needs and your storage space.  I have a two free things to share with you to help you answer those questions.

First – as much as I wish I could come to every town, visit each home and spend time teaching all over the place – until time travel or teleportation is invented – there are only so many hours in a day and miles one can make to do what I’d love.  So, in light of that – I’d like to invite you to sign up by clicking here for ->THESE FREE ONLINE SEMINARS.<-    You may or may not be interested in all of the ones offered – but I hope you’ll come to the ones that do interest you and – especially the one I’m hosting on July 17th (Thursday at 9PM Eastern)on the topic of Home-milling & Grain/Dry Goods Bulk Storage.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • Why store whole grains vs. flours or meal?
  • Why would I mill now…doesn’t it take a long time?
  • What’s the best mill for my needs?
  • Three top rules for grain & dry goods storage.
  • Mylar, Gamma, CO2 Packs, oh my! Let’s make it easier.

It’ll be FUN!  Like we’re in a class together.  I’ll be there LIVE and able to take your questions at the end and help you personally.  But you’ll need to -> sign up for the whole thing early enough <- so you can get in on that date.

Second – in order to help you with more detailed information to answer the questions: “What’s the best mill & how do I store grains?” I’d like to offer you this  FREE Grain Mill Comparison Chart.  If you’re a detailed person when it comes to making decisions and gathering information, this chart has it all in spades!  Compare speeds, sound, quality and more with a quick glance across the lines.  The grain mills on the chart range from manual to electric and ones that can be both!  So no matter which ones may interest you – you can make comparisons!

Don’t forget that we are always available to help you by email and phone too!  So feel free to contact our office via email or call 828.536.4988 during business hours. Mon – Thurs 9:00-5:00, Fri 9:00-4:00 Eastern Time  (Closed Sat & Sun)

We would be honored to help in any way possible.   Plus, we may have some savings for you too when you contact us!

Summer of Survival 2014

One Response to What’s the best grain mill & how do I store grains?

  1. Mike the Gardener July 15, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    I own two different types of grain mills, one that operates by hand and the wondermill. The one you have pictured above. The hand operated one is rarely used. I keep it in the event power goes out etc.

    The wondermill is awesome! It costs a little over $200, but well worth it. We have big buckets of whole wheat grain, stored in a cool, dry location, and when we are ready to use recipe that requires whole wheat, we pull it out and the wondermill and start grinding.

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