Sana Grain Mill - Natural
A combination of beautiful design and perfect functionality, the Sana Grain Mill is something you won't want to hide away in a cabinet.
Encased in a solid beechwood cabinet is a powerful set of rotating stones that quickly grinds grain to fresh flour.
With the Sana Grain Mill, you can make fresh flour right before baking and be sure your flour is all natural with no preservatives or additives.
You will taste the difference in the first loaf of bread you bake.
Simple to use
The Sana Grain Mill is exceptionally easy to operate. Just turn the machine on and pour grain into the large 850-gram capacity solid wood hopper. Rotating the hopper adjusts the texture of the flour. You can make anything from cracked grains and coarse meal to extra-fine cake flour. With its fast 100 gram per minute output, you'll have the fresh flour you need in moments. And cleanup is exceptionally simple. Just unscrew the hopper and brush off the stones from time to time, or run some rice or wheat through the mill.
The Sana Grain Mill uses two 85 mm millstones made from a state-of-the-art composite of ceramic and corundum. These millstones have an extremely rough surface, which hardly wears down at all after years of use. They grind coarse grain quickly into fine flour, and are practically indestructible.
Beautiful beech wood construction
Because the Sana Grain Mill is designed to last a lifetime, it should look good sitting on a kitchen counter. That's why the housing of the Sana Grain Mill is made from beech wood harvested from environmentally managed forests. The solid wood construction with finger-jointed corners reflects the wholesome goodness of the grains it processes.
Powerful and flexible
With its powerful 360 watt motor, the Sana Grain Mill can handle any dry grain and more including:
Red and white wheat, Oat groats, Rice, Spelt, Barley, Buckwheat, Rye, Millet, Quinoa, Field corn, Dry lentils, Dried beans, Dried spices etc.
FEATURES AT A GLANCE
- Expertly crafted from beech wood
- Easily adjust from coarse to extra-fine flour
- Produces 100 grams of flour per minute
- Simple and fast cleaning
- Powerful motor and practically indestructable millstones
- Backed by a 1-year warranty and designed for a lifetime of use
- Surprisingly quiet operation
- Manufactured in Germany
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Manufacturer: Sana Products
Material: Beech wood
Country of origin: Germany
Stones: 85 mm
Hopper volume: 850 g
Grinding capacity: 100 g/min
Power Supply: 360 Watt 220V, 50Hz
Plug: F plug (with a Hong Kong plug attachment)
Weight: 8 kg
Dimensions: 17 x 17 x 34 cm
Warranty: 1 year
About the plug
This grain miller was designed for EU market and it comes with the F type plug. We deliver this with an additional G Type plug attachment for Hong Kong market.
F Type Plug ( for EU market)
G Type Plug Attachment for Hong Kong Use (included in the box)
Why grind your flour?
There are several benefits to using freshly ground flour compared to store-bought flour:
Nutritional value: Freshly ground flour retains more of the nutrients and minerals found in the whole grain. Store-bought flour is often made from only the endosperm, which is the starchy part of the grain that has been stripped of many nutrients.
Flavor: Freshly ground flour has a more complex and nuanced flavor than store-bought flour. It also has a fresher taste and aroma.
Texture: Freshly ground flour has a coarser texture, which can add a rustic quality to baked goods. It can also result in a more tender crumb and better rise in bread.
Shelf life: Freshly ground flour has a shorter shelf life than store-bought flour since the oils in the germ and bran can turn rancid over time. However, this can be mitigated by storing the flour in the fridge or freezer.
Control: When you grind your own flour, you have more control over the type of flour you use and the level of fineness. You can also experiment with different grains and create custom blends to suit your needs.
Overall, using freshly ground flour can result in healthier, tastier, and more personalized baked goods.