No, the corn mill is more like a pound a minute. It is pretty fast if
you have a friend to trade rolls with. One filling and the other
cranking get the job done quite fast. Unfortunately I seldom have
friends around when there is work to do, but always have them around
when there spirits available. I just haven't had much luck combining
the two activities.
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> --- In email@example.com, "Sherman" <pintoshine@> wrote:
> > Small mills of that type are readily available for sale.
> > http://www.crankandstein.net/ they have an base model for US$67.
> > I have the 2A model built into a permanent fixture. It will go through
> > a kilo of malted barley in about 20 seconds.
> > If I steep my corn overnight it is able to roll it into flakes with
> > not difficulty. I use another type mill for dried corn.
> > I got this one at
> > http://www.grizzly.com/products/Cast-Iron-Corn-Grain-Mill/H7775
> > for whole US$22.95. This is a great cheap hand grinder. It doesn't
> > motorize well though. I ruined one trying to motorize it. There are no
> > bearings supporting the shaft an really is an extremely low rpm
> > device. But it is great for grinding spices also. I grind my mustard
> > seed when making awakiya (AP style Indian hot green mango) pickles.
> > I hope this leads you to some cheap alternatives to having to
> > manufacture devices, as fun as that is.
> Hey Pint,
> You say this one from grizzly will do the Job on dried corn? 10
> pounds an hour maybe?