Apr 24

WonderMill Grain Mill

I received this product from Ebay to conduct a review. All opinions are 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links. If you click the links I get a small amount to support the running of this blog.



WonderMill Grain Mill


I have wanted a  for quiet a while now.  I have been baking bread for months.  I really have enjoyed the fresh taste of homemade bread and the fact that I know exactly what is going into the bread I’m using. Of course the next step in that is wanting to be grinding my own flour! The   makes that possible. 

There are many different types of wheat berries you can use when you are milling your own flour.  I chose spelt wheat berries this time. They are more of an ancient wheat that is supposed to be easier on digestion.  

The  is very easy to use. I will give you a step by step with pictures.


The first thing you want to do is set the dial to the type of grind you are wanting. Most of the time I plan on using the bread setting.  Of course you see that you can also make pastry flour which is a finer flour.  Soft white wheat berries are what are usually used for this setting.  You can also use the coarse setting if you are wanting a heavier grainier flour.


As you can see right away there is red caps stating you must turn on the  before adding your berries. This is a very important step. If you forget to turn on your mill before adding your berries you can ruin your mill. The berries can get stuck in the machine and you really don’t want that!

So once I turned on my mill I noticed the mill was quite loud. I was a little surprised by that but hey I’m getting fresh flour, I’m not going to complain.  The noise is similar to a vacuum cleaner I would say.


At this point my machine is on and these are the spelt berries. In this picture they are actually being sucked into the mill and ground.  This process is extremely fast.  I really couldn’t believe how fast my flour was made. 


Here is the end result.  Once the flour is milled it is automatically poured into the container on the right side of the mill.  This picture is not the best I apologize, it is really hard to get a good picture of white flour, lol.

With the  cleanup is a snap. You can quickly wash everything and leave it out to dry, boom done.  I have to say I’m very impressed with how easy having fresh flour is now that I have this mill.  The flour of all my baked goods is so much better with just that change.  I would definitely recommend heading over to Ebay and getting a of your own!!


Here We Go Again Ready received this product from Ebay. All opinions are 100% my own. I only recommend products that I feel will be beneficial to my readers.


  1. Terry Poage

    What an interesting article. Thanks for sharing.

  2. abedabun dawn

    My mom use to make all her flour and cornmeal.

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