KoMo Medium Grain Mill by Wolfgang Mock
The Wolfgang KoMo grain mill is a world class mill designed by master craftsman, Wolfgang Mock. The Wolfgang mills are precision engineered and imported from Germany, assuring the highest quality materials and craftsmenship.
The KoMo Medium is the KoMo Classic mill combined with the veneer beechwood housing of the Fidibus 21. So if you want the size and power of the KoMo Classic and are fine with the beechwood veneer plywood housing, you will save $50 with this mill.
Power & capacity: All Wolfgang mills are equipped with specially developed electric motors that provide reliable and efficient, yet extremely quiet power. The Medium, with its 360 watt motor, produces 3.5 ounces of flour per minute at the finest setting. Its large solid beech hopper holds 2 lb., 3.3 oz. of grain, and as with all KoMo mills, the Medium can run continuously so you can refill and keep grinding for whatever quantity of flour you need. All dry grains can be ground, including wheat (both hard and soft), oat groats (dehulled oats), rice, triticale, kamut, spelt, buckwheat, barley, rye, millet, teff, quinoa, amaranth, sorghum and dent (field) corn. It will also grind spices, lentils and dry beans (pinto, red, garbanzo, kidney, etc.) It isn't suitable for herbs, oilseeds like flax or sesame, popcorn, or fibrous materials.
Easy to live with: As with all Wolfgang mills, cleanup of the Medium is minimal and easy, and full access to the milling stones takes just ten seconds, without tools. A sealed wooden lid keeps everything clean between uses.
A lifetime mill: The excellence of engineering and construction that goes into every Wolfgang mill means that your mill can be expected to last a lifetime in normal use. Only the finest materials are used to make Wolfgang grain mills.
||3 5/16 inches
||360 Watts (1/2 hp)
|Noise Level in Fine Mode:
||base: 6 Inches (hopper: 7.8" diameter)
||base: 6" (8.5" including spout)
||Beechwood veneer plywood
Wolfgang freshly milled grains are far more nourishing and flavorful than flours which are weeks or even days old. Freshly milled flour from the Wolfgang exits the shoot at a temperature only sightly warm to the touch.
Whole grains begin to oxidize and spoil as soon as they're milled, causing a loss in nutritional value and flavor. At a minimum, it's important to check the shelf date on store bought whole grains and refrigerate or freeze what you keep on hand.
Ideally, purchase whole grains in bulk and mill at home as needed. Whole grains keep indefinitely and hold their nutritional value. Milling your own grains with a Wolfgang grain mill takes less than a minute and cleanup about the same.