Your supermarket probably carries two or three brands of generic whole wheat flour. Having a mill means you can make flour from the wide variety of wheats available, each with its own unique flavor, appearance, and baking performance profile. Whole grain flours, because they contain the germ and its rancidity-prone oils, are highly perishable. It clamps to the end of your countertop and uses two metal burr plates to mill the flour. Hand mills will get you usable flour, but the process is laborious and slow-going, and the flour they produce can sometimes be more coarse than is ideal.
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