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Old 14-04-2005, 03:58 PM
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....is milling my own oats, flour, etc. I'm not especially concerned
about the cost because I think flour, breakfast oatmeal are among the
best food bargains we have, but I do wonder if there is any organic,
health reasons that would make it worth while to buy the attachment for
my mixer and spend the time using it. TIA

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On Thu, 14 Apr 2005 14:58:15 GMT
LDR wrote:

...is milling my own oats, flour, etc. I'm not especially concerned
about the cost because I think flour, breakfast oatmeal are among the
best food bargains we have, but I do wonder if there is any organic,
health reasons that would make it worth while to buy the attachment for
my mixer and spend the time using it. TIA



Make sure the attachment is the real deal - many mixer attachments are
more of a seed crusher than a grain grinder and produce more of a meal than
a flour.


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On Thu, 14 Apr 2005 14:58:15 GMT
LDR wrote:

...is milling my own oats, flour, etc. I'm not especially concerned
about the cost because I think flour, breakfast oatmeal are among the
best food bargains we have, but I do wonder if there is any organic,
health reasons that would make it worth while to buy the attachment for
my mixer and spend the time using it. TIA



Make sure the attachment is the real deal - many mixer attachments are
more of a seed crusher than a grain grinder and produce more of a meal than
a flour.




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