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  • Page 1 Harvest ® The World’s Greatest Grain Mills ® Starter Guide Owner's Manual Recipes...
  • Page 2 When you purchase one of The World's Greatest Grain Mills . you ® expect the best money can buy, which is why here at NutriMill ® pride ourselves on creating quality, state-of-the-art grain mills that you can be proud to use in your home.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents ���������������������������������������������� 19 Important Safeguards �����������������������������������2 Black Rye Bread Troubleshooting Whole Grain Pasta ������������������������������������������������3 ����������������������������������������20 ��������������������������� 4 ��������������������������� 21 Getting to Know Your Mill Spelt Toffee Chip Cookies ���������������������������������������������������������� 23 First Use & Cleaning ����������������������������������������5 Pita Bread Texture�������������������������������� 6 �������������������������������� 25 Adjusting Flour Blueberry Coffee Cake �������������������������������������������������������...
  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    Important Safeguards Please read all of these instructions thoroughly� • • DO NOT unplug from electrical outlet Keep small children away from mill at all times. by pulling on the cord. To unplug, grasp the plug and pull. • Avoid contact with moving parts on •...
  • Page 5: Troubleshooting

    Make sure stones and milling or improper use. The chamber are clean and dry. Try restarting the motor Harvest mill has a built- with upper stone and hopper off. If the motor starts, in thermal cut-off switch turn off the mill.
  • Page 6: Getting To Know Your Mill

    Getting to Know Your Mill Corundum GrainMaster ® Millstones Texture EasyAdjust ® Control Knob Simple Lock Hopper Remover CushionFlex ® Stone Suspension Flour Outlet 450 Watt Heavy Duty Motor Single Switch Operation No Slip Rubber Feet...
  • Page 7 First Use & Cleaning How to Clean Mill 2 Cups of rice and discard the flour before first use to eliminate any Grind 1/4 cup of grain at a coarse possible residue or packing material setting. from the millstones and chute. You may also want to thoroughly clean your mill Remove the hopper by pushing the after frequent or extended use.
  • Page 8 Adjusting Flour Texture FINE COARSE Turning the adjustment knob will control the flour texture. The markings on the adjustment knob will help you identify the flour texture. Turn right (clockwise), for finer flour. Turn left (counterclockwise), for coarser flour. CLOCKWISE COUNTER- CLOCKWISE The adjustment knob can be turned in...
  • Page 9: Purchase Quality Grains

    Purchase Quality Grains grain mill is suited for milling all types of non-oily The Harvest ® grains, beans, and legumes. Avoid milling seeds or any grains, beans and legumes that have a high oil or moisture content. If there is a question about grain being dry enough to mill, check using a “knife test”.
  • Page 10: Choosing Your Grain

    Choosing Your Grain One of the major reasons to start milling your own flour is to obtain optimal nutrition from grains and to cater to your dietary needs. If you’re on a gluten-free diet it may be best for you to mill your own flour. Just as important is knowing which nutrients each type of grain provides.
  • Page 11: Whole Grain Milling Tips

    Whole Grain Milling Tips • Converting recipes from refined white flour to whole grain flour is often a matter of trial and error. Many factors, such as the type of recipe, your climate, and your choice of texture when grinding, all play a part in the final results.
  • Page 12: Baking With Whole

    Baking With Whole Grains • Hard wheat flour is higher in protein than soft wheat flour. Hard wheat can be used for every type of recipe but is essential for yeast breads. • For each cup of white flour in a recipe, replace with ¾ -⅞...
  • Page 13 • When ground into flour, dry beans, peas, and lentils can be used for dips, soups, and thickening agents in casseroles and stews in place of wheat flour, making them gluten-free. • Add whole grains to your diet gradually, to help your family's taste buds and digestive systems adjust.
  • Page 14 Wheat Whole wheat comes from the entire ground wheat� Blends of this kind are milled from the whole grain, which includes the bran, germ, and endosperm� In comparison to refined white flour, whole wheat features a higher level of nutrients and antioxidants�...
  • Page 15 Whole Wheat Bread Ingredients With a Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the ® ® Small Batch (3 Loaves) dough hook, add water, oil, honey, salt, about half 3 Cups Warm Water of the flour, and the yeast into the mixing bowl. 1/3 Cup Vegetable Oil Use the pulse switch to incorporate.
  • Page 16 Cinnamon Raisin Bread Ingredients Roll dough into a rectangle the width of your 1 1/2 -2 lbs of Bread Dough (pg 13) bread pan. Spread with melted or softened butter, 1/3 Cup Brown Sugar if desired. Sprinkle brown sugar and cinnamon 1 Tbsp Cinnamon down the center of the dough, leaving a small Raisins...
  • Page 17 Pizza Dough Ingredients Preheat baking stone to 500°F. Place all ingredients except 1 cup of flour in a 1 ½ Cups Warm Water Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the dough ® ® 2 Tbsp Olive Oil hook. 2 Tbsp Sugar 2 tsp Sea Salt Knead on low, gradually adding remainging flour 3-4 Cups Whole Wheat Flour...
  • Page 18 Pumpkin Bread Ingredients In a Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the ® ® 2 Cups Whole Wheat Flour cake paddles, stir together dry ingredients. In a Milled Medium separate bowl, beat eggs, oil, sugar, and pumpkin. 1 Tbsp Pumpkin Pie Spice ½...
  • Page 19 Cranberry Coconut Muffins Ingredients Preheat oven to 400°F. 1 ¼ Cups Whole Wheat Flour In a Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the cake ® ® Milled Medium paddles, combine the dry ingredients. ½ Cup Regular Rolled Oats 1 Tbsp Flax Meal Add yogurt, milk, egg, oil, and vanilla.
  • Page 20 Baking with rye flour accentuates other ingredients in a recipe and brings out their flavors. It has a higher content of dietary fiber and lower fat content than wheat while containing no gluten. Rye flour is an excellent source of calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, and zinc.
  • Page 21 Black Rye Bread Ingredients In a Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the ® ® 1 ¼ Cups Warm Water dough hook mix all ingredients except wheat 2 Tbsp Vinegar flour. ¼ Cup Molasses 2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder Gradually add wheat flour, mixing on medium, ¼...
  • Page 22: Grains

    Remove dough and knead for 8-10 minutes on a lightly floured surface. Cover and let rest for 30 *Replace spelt with other grains minutes. Shape dough with the NutriMill® pasta for varying flavors. Add 1 1/2 Tbsp attachment. of xanthan gum for gluten-free grains.
  • Page 23: Spelt Toffee Chip Cookies

    Spelt Toffee Chip Cookies Ingredients In a Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the ® ® cookie paddles, cream together butter and sugar until fluffy. 1 Cup Butter (2 Sticks) 1 Cup Sugar Add eggs 1 at a time, then add vanilla, mixing 1 Cup Brown Sugar well after each addition.
  • Page 24 Kamut Kamut is characterized by its high protein content and mild, buttery flavor. It isn’t genetically modified and is a non-GMO product. Furthermore, it doesn’t use pesticides or fungicides to grow.
  • Page 25: Pita Bread

    Pita Bread Ingredients Preheat oven to 500°F. 1 Cup Warm Water 2 Tbsp Olive Oil In a Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the ® ® 1 Tbsp Sugar Or Honey dough hook. Add water, oil, salt, sweetener, yeast, 3 Cups Spelt Flour and about half the flour.
  • Page 26 Amaranth Amaranth is a grain that is technically a seed. It is small, about the size of millet, but has a very nutty and rich flavor. It’s a great option when you need to add some texture, crunch, and protein to baked goods.
  • Page 27: Blueberry Coffee Cake

    Blueberry Coffee Cake Ingredients Preheat oven to 350°F. Batter: ½ Cup Popped Amaranth To pop amaranth: Heat a dry skillet (no oil) over 2 ¼ Cups Kamut Flour medium-high heat. Add 1 Tbsp raw amaranth. Stir Milled Medium until it pops like tiny kernels of popcorn. Remove 1 Cup Sugar from heat immediately.
  • Page 28: Gluten-Free

    Gluten-Free Grinding your own grain allows you to experience the flour before it's been bleached and processed to fit more traditional standards of appearance and taste. The process also allows for you to save money in comparison to buying pre-ground flour from the store, while also providing better flavor and nutrition for your baking needs.
  • Page 30 Corn Cornmeal has a coarse texture, which creates little pockets in baked goods which allow moisture to escape and steam to rise so that your baked good becomes light and fluffy. Cornmeal also has a high content of fiber, is low in sodium, and is naturally fat-free.
  • Page 31: Corn Chowder

    Corn Chowder Ingredients Grind the grains in mill. 1 Tbsp Butter ½ Onion, Chopped In a large saucepan, sauté onions in butter with ½ tsp Dried Rosemary rosemary until softened. 2 Medium Potatoes Peeled And Diced Add potatoes and chicken broth. Bring to a low 3 ½...
  • Page 32 Brown Rice Brown rice flour is packed with nutrients and is easily digestible. Brown rice flour consists of 75% amylose and 25% amylopectin. The high amylose content makes it a perfect choice as a substitute for wheat flour.
  • Page 33: Pancakes

    Pancakes Ingredients Mix all dry ingredients in a small bowl and set 2 Eggs aside. 2 Cups Milk 1/4 Cup Vegetable Oil In a Bosch or NutirMill mixer fitted with the wire ® ® ½ tsp Salt whips, whisk the eggs, milk, and oil. 1/4 Cup Sugar 1 Tbsp Baking Powder Add the dry ingredients.
  • Page 34: Apple Crisp

    Sorghum Sorghum flour is a great alternative flour that you can use in a variety of sweet and savory recipes. It is light and airy, has a mild flavor, and for all of these reasons, it's perfect for replacing white refined flour in many recipes.
  • Page 35: Sorghum Cookies

    Sorghum Cookies Ingredients In a small bowl, stir together the flour, soda, cinnamon, and ginger. In a Bosch or NutirMill ® ® mixer fitted with the cookie paddles and bowl ¾ Cup Butter, Softened scraper, cream butter and brown sugar until fluffy. 1 Cup Brown Sugar 2 Large Eggs Add eggs one at a time, mixing well between...
  • Page 36 Navy Bean Navy bean flour is great for making foods such as bread, pasta, pizza, and desserts. The property that makes it unique to other flours is that it is high in starch content and low in protein which gives your baked goods a creamy flavor.
  • Page 37: Cream Of Chicken Soup

    Cream of Chicken Soup Ingredients Bring 1 cup chicken broth to boil in a medium 2 Cups Chicken Broth saucepan. 2 Tbsp Milk (Optional) 5 Tbsp White Bean Flour Meanwhile, stir bean flour into the remaining Milled Fine 1 cup cold chicken broth until dissolved. Add ½...
  • Page 38 Black Bean Black bean flour can be used in both savory and sweet recipes to provide outstanding texture, taste, and nutrition. Its low glycemic index makes it an excellent choice for those with diabetes and insulin sensitivity.
  • Page 39: Black Bean Dip

    Black Bean Dip Ingredients Boil water in a medium saucepan; whisk in the ¾ Cup Black Bean Flour (About bean flour and dry seasonings. Stir constantly for ½ Cup Dried Black Beans) the first minute. Milled Fine 2 Cups Water Lower heat and simmer for 5-7 minutes, stirring 4 Tbsp Butter frequently.
  • Page 40 Chickpea Chickpea flour can be used to replace the flour in most recipes for baking and cooking. The flour has a distinct flavor with a nice nutty taste. It has a creamy texture when cooked, unlike most gluten-free flours. The flour is also nutritional, containing protein, iron, and more.
  • Page 41: Hummus

    Hummus Ingredients Heat a dry skillet over medium heat. Cook ¾ Cup Chickpea Flour (About ⅓ unpeeled garlic for 5-7 minutes, until softened Cup Dried Garbanzo Beans) and browned on all sides. Remove from heat and Milled Fine let cool before peeling off the skins. 3 Garlic Cloves, Unpeeled 2 Cups Water Mix flour and water and bring to a boil in a medium...
  • Page 42 Our Favorite Mixers NutriMill Artiste ® ® The NutriMill Artiste Mixer was specifically designed to bring the luxury of homemade ® ® baked goods into everyone’s home at an affordable price. This compact powerful bottom drive mixer easily mixes up to 6 pounds of dough or as little as one loaf.
  • Page 43 Compatible with both mixers. Includes: Cake Paddles Cookie Paddles #MUZ6KP1 #MUZ6CP1 Best Bread #860930 NutriMill Best Bread every time. This versatile dough mix Bowl Scraper Metal Driver makes making bread, pizza, rolls, and more a breeze. #MUZ6BS1 #048947...
  • Page 44 Our Premium Recommended Baking Consumables Platinum Yeast Junket Ice Cream #760420 #870305 / 870315 / 870325 Premium Yeast with dough enhancers. Improves Perfect ice cream mix to use with the ice cream fermentation yield and dough tolerance. Also maker (pg. 22) Comes in three delicious flavors. vegan and dairy-free.
  • Page 45 ® The World’s Greatest Grain Mills ® Harvest #7890 • Durable eco-friendly bamboo housing • 450 Watt heavy-duty motor • Corundum milling stones • Designed, assembled, and tested in the USA • 5-year warranty Classic #760200 • High-speed grain mill •...
  • Page 46: The World's Greatest Service

    The World's Greatest Service L’Chef, LLC warrants the NutriMill Harvest mill to be free of manufacturing defects ® in materials and workmanship for 5 years. Defective products will be repaired or replaced with a comparable model at our sole discretion upon receiving the defective product.
  • Page 47 Frequently Asked Questions Why is my grain coming out so coarse? Turn the knob clockwise until desired texture is reached. See more on page 6. How to Grind Large Legumes? First grind on coarsest setting and then mill again to achieve desired texture.
  • Page 48 Let’s be Friends! @nutrimill Bosch is a registered trademark of Robert Bosch GmbH Germany NutriMill and Bosch Kitchen Machines are Trade names of L’Chef LLC. © 2021 NutriMill USA. All Rights Reserved. We provide service & warranty at:

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