Get the Most our of Grains (pdf): excellent introduction to the Mock Mill, its inspiration, use and sample recipes
Mock Mill 100 operating instructions (pdf): instructions for your Mock Mill 100 (English)
Milling Table (pdf): table of suggested material for milling with suggested settings and notes
|Filling Capacity (Wheat):||1.1kg|
|Milling Power (Wheat):||approx. 100 g/min|
|Coarseness Setting:||very fine to coarse|
|Rotation (50 Hz):||approx. 1,100 rpm|
|Dimensions:||380 x 220 x 190 mm|
|Length of cable:||150cm|
|Voltage:||220V / 230V|
|Housing:||ARBOBLEND® made from renewable materials|
|Included:||Mockmill with Cone-Lid and UK electric plug, Instruction Manua|
There are several things to consider when you want to mill with the Mockmill.
Use only cleaned grains. Unclean grain main contain small stones that can damage the milling stones.
Moist grain will lead to the buildup of a film on the milling mechanism. You can remove the film simply by milling dry grain on a course setting. If in doubt, press a kernel onto a hard surface with the back of a spoon: if it breaks with a lot crack, the grain is dry. Grain that is too damp for milling can be squashed flat and then looks like rolled oats. Rye should be stored for at least six months following harvesting before milling.
The Mockmill easily handles dried spices and seasoning including pepper, coriander and some more. Please note that some spices, such as cinnamon may need to be broken into pieces small enough to feed into Mockmill. To flush the mill of the aroma of milled spices, simply mill a small amount of grain (such as wheat or rice) right away. Then use this ‘’flavored flour’’ to add aroma to your baking or sauces!
Please refrain from milling nuts or oily food such as sesame, flax or poppy seeds. Even coffee beans contain a great deal of oil, which leaves a film on the grinding stones, rendering them incapable of processing the grain properly.