Q: I am thinking about asking for a mill for my birthday from hubby. I have never ground wheat and seldom make a decent loaf of bread so I want to get something really inexpensive. I'm afraid if I ask for a $250 mill to make a bad loaf of bread, my hubby will not go for it (I can't imagine why). Any words of wisdom are appreciated.
A: I would have to say for convenience sake, either the Wondermill electric or the Nutrimill electric are the most convenient. BUT if off grid and non-electric is your first priority - go with the Wondermill Jr. Deluxe. It is work, meaning it's manual. So if you think you want to be consistent with baking - go electric and gain the skills.
If you are interested in making sure you always bake a good loaf of bread - an electric is consistent and convenient. And I can help you be sure it's a good loaf almost every time.
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