Pugovka
I want to make rice and chickpea flour myself, are there any special units for use at home?
Sergey Kornilov
There are such units, but this pleasure is not cheap:
Kalmykova
Pugovka ! There are special attachments for Kenwood KM 10 and 20, and, it seems, for Bosch Mum.
Kid
[quote There are special nozzles on Kenwood KM 10 and 20, and, it seems, on Bosch Mum. [/ quote]

and what kind of equipment is this - Kenwood KM 10 and 20 - a harvester or what?
celfh
Quote: Sergey Kornilov

There are such units, but this pleasure is not cheap:
oh, yes, there is still a lot of things, very impressive drying ... Thanks for the link!
any
If this is a one-time business and not on an industrial scale, then you still have a way to a coffee grinder. True, after once you appreciate the shop flour
lesik_l
Quote: Pugovka

I want to make rice and chickpea flour myself, are there any special units for use at home?

In Ukraine, there are mills everywhere, and in cities too, you can negotiate and settle there. True, a very small batch will not be taken, but you can cooperate with someone. Find out at home.
Lisichkalal
And I have this question. It is necessary to grind buckwheat into flour in order to add it to the child's food, but there is nothing (for this, buying a mill for Bosch Mum is an expensive pleasure, since apart from this buckwheat I don't need flour anymore. Are there any other options and adaptations?
Nikusya
We have such a manual coffee grinder, so it grinds everything into flour. Although it is intended for coffee that is brewed in a Turk, it turns out in this coffee grinder as fine as powder. Such coffee grinders are sold in oriental bazaars, maybe there is somewhere in online stores. Here on the forum, too, earlier someone in the joint venture suggested, however, they are more modern, ours is still Soviet, but the principle is the same: pour coffee into the upper half, and turn the knob for about 10 minutes, and then pour coffee powder out of the lower half. She will grind buckwheat for sure.
Lisichkalal
Tatyana, Nikusya, Thank you!
Annushka85
I pray in a coffee grinder, I specially bought a Redmond with a removable bowl, it is easy to wash and any food can be ground. Rice was ground, almost as purchased, if it takes longer.
shade
Peace be with you bakers!

Rolling pin

well, yes - for a long time, for whatever grind you want
Admin

The ZELMER meat grinder has an attachment "Millstone for cereals and coffee", which perfectly grinds flour to a fine state

How to grind cereals into flour?

How to grind cereals into flour?

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Chemist
The Kenwood KM 080 kitchen machine has a grinder attachment, similar to the attachment for yourTatyana, meat grinder. I ground sugar into powder on it, you need to try to grind the grains. It has an adjustment for the degree of grinding. But I don't know where to buy rye and wheat. There are grain for germination in the departments, but the prices are inadequate, although you can take a sample.
Chemist
The Kenwood KM 080 kitchen machine has a grinder attachment, similar to the attachment for yourTatyana, meat grinder. Sugar was ground into powder on it, it is necessary to try to grind the grains. It has an adjustment for the degree of grinding. But I don't know where to buy rye and wheat. There are grain for germination in the departments, but prices are inadequate, although you can take a sample.
Admin
Quote: Chemist
looks like a nozzle for your Tatyana, a meat grinder.

Yes, there is such a nozzle for Kenwood, very convenient and high quality, 14 degrees of grinding

Rye, wheat and other cereal seeds can be bought through the Internet, from firms that sell seeds for germination, their prices are more adequate.
You can perfectly grind cereals for home use, millet, buckwheat, barley and others, they make an excellent flour that can be added to baked goods. I used this mix of flour for baking pancakes and pancakes (no wheat added)
Roza79
Hello! Advise an aggregate for grinding sugar into powdered sugar. Coffee grinders are weak for this. What are you using? And also for grinding black red pepper, which millstones or grinders would you recommend
Crown
Quote: Roza79

Hello! Advise an aggregate for grinding sugar into powdered sugar. Coffee grinders are weak for this. What are you using? And also for grinding black red pepper, which millstones or grinders would you recommend
I just recently purchased an excellent typewriter for the same purposes and cannot get enough of it, I advertise it on every corner and recommend it to everyone.
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