Hand grain mill
with stone grinder
Item number 6239
Hand grain mill for coarse grinding and fine grinding
Flour loses most of its vital substances within the first 24 hours, so you can grind your flour just before baking - without electricity.
This hand grain mill Molere from hawos is equipped with a stone grinder and smooth-running crank. It is made of solid beech wood in a minimalist, rustic design. Just right for quick use without electricity! The exposed, extra-large precision grinding stones made of high-grade corundum ceramic, Ø 7 cm, allow you to observe the grinding process.All dry grains can be ground to the desired fineness.As ideal for coarse grinding for fresh grain muesli as for grinding the finest flour.The grinding fineness of the hawos Molere is infinitely adjustable, from the finest flour to coarse meal.The degree of fineness is adjusted using two wing nuts.The removable funnel sits on a rectangular, sturdy wooden block.The large crank handle is child's play to operate - therefore also a good idea for equipment in nurseries and schools.The matching glass bowl for collecting the freshly ground grain is included in the scope of delivery.
Equally easy to use for right and left-handed users.
- Contents: grinder, glass bowl with lid, 2 clamps for table tops up to 5 cm thick.
- Material: beech wood, glass, aluminium oxide ceramic
- Dimensions: : 25.5 x 15 x 12 cm, crank radius 20 cm, base height for bowl 10 cm, capacity of the funnel 200 g.
- Weight: 2100 g.
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Cereal cuisine: 7 days - 7 cereals
Freshly ground grain is one of the most valuable things for your health, so enjoy it every day! Eating in the rhythm of the days of the week can have a positive effect on our mind, soul and body.In the book <a href="https://www.waldorfshop.eu/buecher-zeitschriften/koch-backbuecher/getreidekueche-im-rhythmus-der-wochentage_10001095">Getreideküche Im Rhythmus der Wochentage by Emma Graf, published by Michaelis Verlag, contains many family-friendly recipes for anthroposophical nutrition and further explanations for the individual days of the week.
- Monday - Rice
- Tuesday - Barley
- Wednesday - millet
- Thursday - rye
- Friday - Oats
- Saturday - maize
- Sunday - wheat
Hawos mills are the result of over 30 years of experience.Partial orders for workshops for disabled people are proof of the company's social commitment.Every single grinder undergoes a strict quality and final inspection.