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From: Darren Evans-Young <DARREN@UA1VM.ua.edu>
Subject: Marga Mulino Grain Mill
Date: 1992-05-15 21:54:39 GMT

I got mine from Zabar's in New York. I dont have the phone number
here at work, perhaps someone else can furnish that. I paid $60 for it.
Beware, the price can be as high as $100 (Sur La Table, Seattle).
I would not pay more than $60 for it. Mine works great. I use a
4.5 amp 1/2 hp variable speed drill with a screwdriver bit. You'll
have to play with the adjustments some. It depends on the grains you
use. I had to use a different setting when I got my grains from a
new source. The settings past #2 work best for me. Setting it to #2
powdered my grains.

1 3 2
o o o o
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Either of these two settings should work. Note the setting on the far
right doesnt have a notch, so the adjustment knob wont be seated. But
it doesnt seem to move when operating the mill. Let me know if you
need more information.

Darren

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