Freshly ground flour, corn meal and grits are just minutes away with the Mockmill Stone Grain Mill. With the Mockmill, you can grind your flour and meal whenever you need it, ensuring the freshest ingredients for your home and family. As flour and corn meal set in the store, they degrade over time and lose much of their nutrition. By grinding fresh flour and meal, you’ll enjoy all the benefits of freshly ground grains and spices. Available in two different models which differ only in the size of the motor. The Mockmill 100 has a 360 Watt, 1/2 horsepower motor while the Mockmill 200 has a 600 Watt, 3/4 horsepower motor.
Mockmill Stone Grain Mill Features
- Lightweight, compact design
- Very quiet compared to other stone mills
- Powerful motor for fast milling
- No-mess delivery spout
- Large, wide hopper that holds over 2 lbs
- Easily adjust the output texture
- Self-cleaning, ceramic milling stones
- Virtually no maintenance required!
Designed by Wolfgang Mock, this German-made grain mill is compact and powerful. At just 15″ tall and 8″ wide, the Mockmill has a countertop-friendly design with a small footprint for leaving on the counter or cabinet storage. The exterior of the Mockmill is a new material called Arboblend, made with wood lignin and cellulose fibers, which is extremely strong, lightweight and visually appealing. The ceramic grinding stones are efficient and much quieter than other mills on the market. A small lever on the side of the Mockmill allows you to change the output texture from super fine to coarse meal or cracked grain.
The Mockmill Stone Grain Mill can be used to grind a wide variety of dry grains including soft or hard wheat, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, rye, millet, quinoa, amaranth, sorghum, soybeans and field (dent) corn. It can also be used to grind lentils, dried beans and dried, non-oily spices such as black pepper. Use the mill to make flour for your favorite muffins, cupcakes, pancakes, bagels, cookies, bread and pasta. It also works great for making gluten-free baking ingredients such as chickpea flour, rice flour, corn meal and buckwheat flour.
Mockmill 100 and Mockmill 200 Comparison