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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Ive been planning on buying a grain mill and want to know what you use and your thoughts and why its the best.
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I just found a "corn nuts" grain mill on ebay for about $25. I have seen and read that the Country Living mills are excellent but they are also $450. Does anyone have any knowledge of these "Corn Nut" grain mills? Thanks in advance. RJ
  3. Food and water
    We were researching the Country Living Grain Mill and i wanted to watch videos to justify spending a lot of money for one. I stumbled across this video showing the Wonder Junior vs. the Country Living. With the same amount of turns, the guy got a heaping 1 1/4 cups of flour from the Wonder...
  4. Vendor Deals
    We are happy to announce that we now offer the Country Living Grain Mill: The Country Living Grain Mill was designed with you in mind. With it, you will enjoy milling your own grains and legumes. Say goodbye to commercial additives and fillers...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    That's all I had to say. I got my darling new baby grain mill today. :D:
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm thinking of buying a manual grain/flour mill. Does anyone has experience with this? What are the things to look for. I want a mill that basically is able to grind everything, grain, nuts and mais. thx
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I ground about three cups of red wheat and my wife made some biscuits from the flour. Brown biscuits with a hearty, robust flavor. They were a little bit heavy but not bad and we blamed that on not having a sifter and trying a new recipe. The grinder is very well built and once I got the grind...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've laid in a supply of wheat berries, but what I don't have yet is a grain mill. I've done the usual weighing of pros and cons, and decided (as usual) that higher quality is better than lower quality. While I'm not made of money, I'm seeing a mill as an investment, and further, it has to be...
  9. Urban Survival
    I've heard some people complain that their grain mill won't grind wheat into flour, just smaller pieces of grain. Please recommend to me a quality, affordable grain mill the will grind wheat into flour and corn into meal. Thanks
  10. Vendor Deals
    Safecastle Royal Buyers Club—The Premier Crisis Preparedness Buyers Club in the World is the most dynamic preparedness-related forum on the internet today, in my opinion. I’m sure many of you agree. I’m Vic--owner of one of the fastest growing crisis-preparedness...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I recently purchased a Weston brand Multi-Grain & Cereal Mill, online from Red Hill General Store. Red Hill had the best price listed that I could find at $19.49. The hit was the shipping at $16.61, however since they are located in Virginia and I am in Montana, that was reasonable and the total...
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Greetings, I my never ending preparation to the economic holocaust coming, I have 2 questions: 1 - What hand grain mill would you suggest me to buy that is not too hard on the budget? 2 - Anyone ever made a 12 volts grain mill? It would be nice to simply connect it to a battery 12 volts that...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
  14. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I am looking for a grain grinder that is low cost, effective, not to big and heavy, and hand powered. Any suggestions?
  15. Urban Survival
    As I gathered my supplies together, I added several hundred pounds of hard red winter wheat to make flour. I also bought a commercial non-electric grain grinder at that time. However, mechanical thing do break eventually so here is a simple method to construct a grain pounder...
  16. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I'd like to start milling my own grain and baking my own bread. However, I want to ensure that whatever methods, recipes, grain storage methods I use are workable in a situation where I may have limited or no power. What if I can't power an electric grain mill? What if I don't have access to...
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