from what i understand, cornmeal is usually milled, dry milled versus wet from yellow corn to various granulations. other than drying, the corn is not processed in any way. masa harina is
there is an indian spice grinder you can get called a sumeet grinder.in australia we can get the multi use ones,wet and dry in indian supply shops .i love mine.it can puree lemon grass
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if i ever want to, i can grind wheat or dried corn with the grain mill, but i feel like i got burned by bad advice. i was in a latin market the other day looking at a hand cranked, tinned
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that's very good to know, that's unfortunate. btw the dry blade isnt' really required for dry grinding. youtube tests show that i works just as well as a wet blade. when
when grinding corn on a subsistence farm, it was easier to grind nixtamalized corn. but power driven stone mills can handle unslaked corn. they just sift the ground corn. the finer stuff
depends which brand. arrowhead mills is pretty consistent in grind. i've found some blue cornmeal from new mexico to be somewhat unevenly ground. in one package, you'll have
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currently she purchases wheat and then takes it to a miller to have it ground before baking her bread this is the honest truth , but that's just not good enough now she wants to
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you want a sumeet brand wet grinder more popularly known as a mixie. it's a very popular indian appliance that gets used to make chutnies, and to grind wet batters for dosa and idli .
read page 2 of the best way to grind corn to corn meal and grits? discussion from the chowhound home cooking, grits food community. i've used both the vitamix dry blade container