From what I've learned over the past few days sufficient heat is generated
as to destroy some of the nutritional content of wheat ground in the VM.
Unlike a mill, the wheat is pounded and pounded and repounded against those
famouse steel blades that are known for doing what? heating liquids to hot
My sole purpose for wanting a Vita Mix was as a grain miller. I use whole
wheat exclusively: for bread, for pasta, for English Muffins (using soft
wheat berries as a pastery flour). I want all the nutrition and fiber I
can get from this natural wonder.
Thanks to all who have responded to my query earlier this week. I've
settled on the Kitchen Mill which sells for about $240. It has steel
blades in place of the stones I'd prefer, but the least expensive stone
grinder I've been able to disover is well over $1,000 (with motor).