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Flour Grinding Mill: From Factory to Home
10-05-2016

Both the food industry and at-home baking enthusiasts rely on the flour grinding mill for a variety of applications. Flour is an important ingredient in our bread and daily life, and the process by which flour is made is rather interesting. The grain grinding process has evolved from stone mortars to modern and sophisticated equipment.

The very first grinding machine was operated by hands. Using two stone tools, the mortar and pestle, the grains were ground and made into flour. The process was indeed hard and laborious. It is through advancements in technology that the method was modernized. A way of grinding flour that was less labor intensive, more lucrative, and more consistent was needed. A flour grinding mill is a machine that is used to crush grain or starchy plant food into coarse or fine particles, known as flour.

From factory-milled flour to home-milled flour

The process of making flour used to be mostly relegated to flour mill factories, however recently new compact machines have been developed with the expressed purpose of making it convenient for households to make and use their own flour. Homemade flour is a chic new trend for hosts and hostesses with a passion for unique entertaining. It is also popular with parents dedicated on feeding their children wholesome foods. A choice between manual and electrical flour grinding mills is now available to them. It has never been more convenient to bake a healthy and nutritious bread at home with fresh and flavorful flour.

Advantages and disadvantages of electric flour grinding mill models:

  • It is easier to use
  • It is faster
  • It is louder
  • It produces more grain dust
  • It is dependent on electricity

Advantages and disadvantages of manual flour grinding mill models:

  • It does not need electricity
  • It produces less grain dust
  • It needs to be mounted
  • It takes time to grind
  • It is more labor intensive

Whatever your choice, the experience of producing your own flour at home should never be dismissed. There is nothing better than freshly milled flour baked into wholesome bread for the entire family. 


Getting an electric flour grinding mill was the best decision I ever made for my kitchen. My homemade bread has never been better.
Posted by: Fleur C. | June 15, 2016, 3:00 pm
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