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Tips For Milling Grain - KitchenAid KGMA Instructions And Recipes Manual

Attachment for use with all kitchenaid household stand mixers
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Assembling Your Grain Mill
TO ASSEMBLE:
Insert the attachment power shaft (A)
with the grind worm (B) and movable
burr (C) into the grain mill body (D).
Mount the front plate (E) with
adjustment knob (F) onto the front of
the shaft. Turn and tighten screws
into place.
TO ATTACH:
Before attaching the grain mill, turn
off and unplug the stand mixer.
1. Depending on which type of hub
you have, either flip up the hinged
cover or loosen the attachment
knob (A) by turning it
counterclockwise and remove
attachment hub cover.
Flour ground with the Grain Mill will
have a coarser texture than
commercially ground flour. The Grain
Mill grinds, and you receive, all parts
of the berry; commercial grinders sift
out some parts of the berry before
marketing the flour.
It is not necessary to press grain into
the Grain Mill hopper with your hands
or any utensil. The moving grind
worm will feed the grain into the
grinding burrs.
One cup of grain yields between 1
and 1
1
cups of flour.
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Tips for Milling Grain

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2. Insert the attachment shaft housing
(B) into the attachment hub (C),
making certain that the power shaft
fits into the square hub socket.
Rotate the attachment back and
forth if necessary. When the
attachment is in proper position, the
One cup of oats yield
If you grind more flour than your
recipe requires, store it in the
refrigerator or freezer to prevent
rancidity, since this product contains
no preservatives.
Do not grind coffee beans in your
Grain Mill; their high oil content can
damage the grinding mechanism.
Do not grind grains or nuts with a
high moisture or oil content, such as
peanuts, sunflower seed, and
soybeans. These can also damage the
grinding mechanism.
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A
C
B
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cup of flour.
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