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NutriMill Harvest flour mill 2-Day Flash Sale - Normally $399 on sale for $184.70

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Last Edited by annie930ny July 25, 2016 at 06:50 AM
Looks like the NutriMill [nutrimill.com] Harvest flour mill is on sale for two days because they're celebrating some holiday in Utah called Pioneer Day July 24th from 1847 because that's where the mill is assembled and designed so the mill is priced at $184.70.

You can make all sorts of stuff with these puppies Big Grin if you've never used one before check it out.

Looks like they're running the same deal on Amazon [amazon.com].
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Don't need it but did give us food for thought. Currently own the classic version that works better for our lifestyle.

For those who are intrigued and are thinking of eating better, buy the classic version and find an old (or discounted) breadmaker and you'll never go back to store-bought breads, pancakes, waffles, etc.
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Where do you purchase the whole grains at the best price?
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How does this compare to the classic? From a quick glance, it seems this does more granularity, but has a weaker motor. I don't know what's important. Mostly wanting to make my own flour for bread.
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Where do you purchase the whole grains at the best price?
Good question, I was wondering the same.
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For those curious about Classic vs. Harvest:

http://pleasanthillgrain.com/reso...ure-review

Basically the Classic uses an impact mill design (higher power motor, faster grind), whereas the Harvest uses a stone mill design (lower power motor, slow grind, greater level of adjustment).

Hope this helps!
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Quote from northcole2 View Post :
Where do you purchase the whole grains at the best price?
You can get it online of course or many grocery stores have it now. I find it cheapest at small kitchen retailers that stock it in bulk so I can buy it by the bag.
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Good question, I was wondering the same.
I just found this at Walmart (free shipping with Shipping Pass)

Augason Farms Emergency Food Hard White Wheat, 26 lb $16.25 or 3.9 cents/ounce

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Augason...b/22001478
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Any comparisons with this, and some third-party KitchenAid attachments? Seems like it'd be easier to use the mixer's engine since I already have that lying around.

https://www.amazon.com/Mockmill-K...270&sr=1-2
https://www.amazon.com/Kitchenaid...270&sr=1-4
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Isn't it just cheaper to BUY flour? I don't see the point in this unless you plan on making some exotic flours.
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If you are willing to risk it

https://www.everythingkitchens.co...89025.html

HAPPYCHEF5 brings it down to 179.70

I am guessing they are ordering direct from manufacturer.
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Quote from nerdrageofdoom View Post :
Isn't it just cheaper to BUY flour? I don't see the point in this unless you plan on making some exotic flours.
Short answer> Yes, just as commercially produced bread is cheaper than Freshly baked

Full answer> Freshness has a premium, but also several benefits. All foodstuffs have a shelf life; many are near incomparably better fresh (taste & nutrients) Both can fade in a short time. Many people also appreciate the process & knowing exactly what's gone into their food. There are other alternatives that work fine- everyone should experience fresh bread from freshly ground flour- it's an almost primal enjoyment
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Quote from machwulf View Post :
Short answer> Yes, just as commercially produced bread is cheaper than Freshly baked

Full answer> Freshness has a premium, but also several benefits. All foodstuffs have a shelf life; many are near incomparably better fresh (taste & nutrients) Both can fade in a short time. Many people also appreciate the process & knowing exactly what's gone into their food. There are other alternatives that work fine- everyone should experience fresh bread from freshly ground flour- it's an almost primal enjoyment
hmm.... I might have to break out the mortar and pestle and give this a try myself. I used to roast my own coffee and you can't compare it to anything else, so I understand it from that respect, but my knee jerk reaction is that people would use this more because of an unfounded fear in store bought bread or flour. Thank you for putting it in that context for me.
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