The flour mill for bakers that what to maximize the nutrient density of every baked good on your list!
The world's first electric household grain grinder, developed in the 1930s by Dr. Royal Lee, has been redesigned with a new look, larger motor and broader milling capabilities. With a fresh take on its classic style, incorporating inventor Dr. Lee's centrifugal governor and stationary millstone, the Lee Household Flour Mill reduces a variety of whole grains into nutritious, full-flavored flour.
The Lee Household Flour Mill is simple to use. Pour grain in the hopper, set your desired texture and turn it on. The stone mill efficiently reduces the entire grain kernel into nutritious, fine flour that does not require sifting. Featuring easy disassembly for cleaning, the high-grade stainless steel, aluminum and millstone parts can be removed, brushed or rinsed and reassembled in minutes.
• Stationary mill stone disc produces extraordinarily fine flour
• Adjustable from coarse milling to extra fine milling
• 1 horsepower US-made motor with overheat protection
• Quieter than the original Lee Flour Mill, and quieter than most food processors
• Easy disassembly for fast thorough cleanup
• Washable milling disc and feed valve assembly
• 4 quart Pyrex collecting bowl (can also be used as a mixing bowl)
• Sized to fit under standard kitchen cabinets
• Made entirely in the United States of America
• Meets UL safety standards
The benefit with the single stone is that you get consistent and very fine flour and there’s no need to sharpen or replace any grinding parts that naturally wear out over time.
• Measures 9.3” W x 13.8” D x 17.6” H
• Food grade synthetic stationary millstone
• 8 cup hopper capacity
• Available in Red, Black, White or Green
• On/off switch, nine texture settings (coarse to fine)
• 120 volts AC, 60 hertz, 746 watts, 7 amperes
• 1 year: disk assembly
• 5 years: motor and stone
• 15 years: all other parts
Important Points To Ponder
Fresh Milled Flour Is The Most Nutrient Dense:
If left in a container in your pantry, freshly milled flour will go bad in about two days. Some say it should last for five days, but we think this is pushing it. If stored in the refrigerator in a sealed container, freshly milled flour should be good for ten days. Stored in a container in the freezer, freshly milled flour will be good for thirty days. But keep in mind that some nutrients are destroyed by freezer temperatures. For the healthiest whole grain flour, you want it freshly milled.
Among many of its great features is how much texture variety the various settings produce. Although it doesn’t produce cracked cereal grain, it does produce truly coarse flour all the way to the finest pastry flour. With the coarser textures you can produce flour crumb toppings, beautiful Graham flour, or flour for dredging poultry, fish, or meat. On the medium and medium-fine settings you can produce bread flour, and on the fine settings you’ll make the finest cake flour. No need to buy all different types of flours!