From the HBD Archive
From: smd@occlusal.rutgers.edu (Stanley Dunn)
Subject: Re: Homebrew Digest #230 (August 17, 1989)
Date: 1989-08-17 15:12:15 GMT

>From: Steve Anthony <steveo@Think.COM> Subject: Grain Grinding
>Does anyone out there have any experience using a food processor or blender
>to grind grains for brewing? Seems like it'd be an efficient way to grind
>the grains, rather than use the rolling pin or breaking down and buying a
>grain mill.

I use our La Machine to grind grains with the dough kneading attachment
and NOT any of the blades. Instinct told me that the blender or
the food processor with any of the blades with cut and crush the grain.
The dough kneading attachment actually does a credible job of cracking
the grain. Our La Machine is variable speed to boot, so I have pretty
good control of the grinding process.

-- Stanley Dunn

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