Grain-Mill - Golia Novital - 1 HP
Novital Grain Mill Golia 1 Hp Great for making beautiful fine flour, cause flour or grain cracker, does 80 to 240 Kg per hour.
Comes with severl different size sieves so you can do what you want.
Guide above is when using grains, such as Wheat, Oats Barley etc, some herbs and spices.
Use with other produce as with Carob pods etc would need to be trialed by the purchaser after purchase.
12 months warranty
This is used to mill quickly very large quantities of cereals such as maize, rye, oats, barley and others like these.
It is equipped with an innovative dust-proof tank to contain the milled product.
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GRAINS & LEGUMES
You can mill any of these with your GrainMaster WhisperMill for a healthier, tastier way of eating...
Grain crops like Wheat, Corn, Rice, Barley, Oats, Rye and Millet are an important energy source. They're low in fat and high in carbohydrates and the proteins (essential for body building, healthy muscles, bones and teeth), lipids, vitamins and minerals needed for good nutrition.
Flour from Grains
It is prepared by grinding and sieving grains, primarily wheat. Wheat flour is suitable for use as an ingredient in the preparation of baked products.
Other grains such as barley, buckwheat, corn, rice and rye can be ground into flour and are often mixed with wheat flour in making certain types of bread.
The milling process by which flour is made separates the wheat endosperms from the bran layers and the wheat germ and then reduces the endosperms chunks to fine powder. Commercial mills must remove the wheat germ from their flour because the highly nutritious oil (like any fresh food) has a limited shelf life and is therefore not compatible with modern supermarket and warehousing needs. 28 of the 30 known minerals, vitamins, and trace elements found in a single grain of wheat are typically lost in the commercial milling process to produce white flour with an unlimited shelf life. In the USA, commercial millers are forced to artificially add 4 minerals or vitamins back in what they call an "enrichment" process. Australian flour millers are not under any such obligation.
A commercial miller can make flours of widely varying quality.
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