Will it grind?
While reading a lovely blog last week, I stumbled across this wonderful website: Will It Grind?
The site is maintained by the makers of the Wonder Mill, which just happens to be the grain mill that I have. All my questions are answered! I have been afraid to experiment too much with my mill because I didn't want to ruin it.
The only grains I have ground so far are wheat and rice. But now that I can see a beautiful list of what works and what doesn't, and whether putting something in my machine will void the warranty, well, I'm excited to get experimenting.
I think first up will be this Brazilian cheese bread, which calls for tapioca flour. I actually have a package of tapioca pearls languishing in my pantry. Soon they will be flour, and then bread.
Now I need new ideas! Do you have any recipes that use non-wheat flours? What on their list would you be interested in grinding?
P.S. After seeing them grind lobster shells, all I can think of is, "I'll grind your bones to make my bread." But I'm not planning on grinding anyone's bones, just for the record. Fee fie foe fum.
Labels: Food Storage