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Sana Grain Mill - Natural

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Our premium grain mill is made in Germany from natural solid beech wood.

A combination of beautiful design and perfect functionality, the Sana Grain Mill is something you won't want to hide away in a cabinet. Encased in a solid beechwood cabinet is a powerful set of rotating stones that quickly grinds grain to fresh flour. With the Sana Grain Mill, you can make fresh flour right before baking and be sure your flour is all natural with no preservatives or additives. You will taste the difference in the first loaf of bread you bake.

Effortless operation

The Sana Grain Mill is exceptionally easy to operate. Just turn the machine on and pour grain into the large 850-gram capacity solid wood hopper. Rotating the hopper adjusts the texture of the flour. You can make anything from cracked grains and coarse meal to extra-fine cake flour. With its fast 100 gram per minute output, you'll have the fresh flour you need in moments. And cleanup is exceptionally simple. Just unscrew the hopper and brush off the stones from time to time, or run some rice or wheat through the mill. 

Durable millstones

The Sana Grain Mill uses two 85 mm millstones made from a state-of-the-art composite of ceramic and corundum. These millstones have an extremely rough surface, which hardly wears down at all after years of use. They grind coarse grain quickly into fine flour, and are practically indestructible.

Powerful

With its powerful 360 watt motor, the Sana Grain Mill can handle any dry grain and more including:

  • Red and white wheat, Oat groats, Rice, Spelt, Barley, Buckwheat, Rye, Millet, Quinoa, Field corn, Dry lentils, Dried beans, Dried spices etc.

Made from solid beech wood

Because the Sana Grain Mill is designed to last a lifetime, it should look good sitting on a kitchen counter. That's why the housing of the Sana Grain Mill is made from beech wood harvested from environmentally managed forests.  The solid wood construction with finger-jointed corners reflects the wholesome goodness of the grains it processes. 

 

 

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01/18/2024
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great grain mill

Great grain mill. Would recommend to anyone baking sourdough breads -beginner or experienced.

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01/09/2024
Anonymous
United States United States

Solid build

The thing is great

SW
01/08/2024
Shane W.
United States United States
I recommend this product

This mill is incredible!

Eureka! I think we finally figured it out! Firstly, please understand that this post in no way whatsoever is meant to advertise or endorse, nor is endorsed by any person or company listed in this post. I received no payments or discounts on anything, which my dwindling bank account can testify to. I do not know anyone in this “world” other than my two sister in laws, Jill and Sarah. Second, the following is purely my opinion and experience so far. I’m brand new to this world, and have a lot more to discover. I intend on sharing those reviews and experiences along the way. I mean no disrespect toward anyone in sharing this. Again, it’s just my personal experience. Now, moving on. My sister in law has a Wondermill and has been feeding me the most delicious bread products on the planet. Her and her other sister, Sarah, have been at this for a hot minute and know what they are doing. She introduced me to some resources of a few of the key players in this milling world, and I quickly became a fan. I ran out and immediately bought a Wondermill, the matching Wonder mixer, and four large sealed containers to keep grains in, then 25 lbs each of hard white, soft white, hard red, and spelt, then a 5 lb bag of kamut. (Picture 2) I made two loaves of sandwich bread, using GiSP sandwich bread recipe (shared below), and while it was delicious, it didn’t rise much. The machines were super loud and the flour was still kind of gritty, like coarse sand was in the mix. I allowed the flour and wet mixture sit a bit longer to allow time for the flour to soak up the liquids and soften. I’ll also share after the fact, hindsight being 20/20, that I used active yeast instead of instant yeast. Whoops! (See picture 1 for those results). Then I did more research and learned the difference between impact mills and stone grind mills. I returned all of the Wonder products and purchased a stone mill from SANA USA. It was quite a bit more expensive, but also has a FIFTEEN year warranty and is an almost exact replica of Komo mill, with both also being German made products. I purchased it from Amazon, which gave me an extra 3 year coverage as well as two day delivery. It also cleared up more counter space because we already have a KitchenAid mixer, so we are just using that to knead for now. (Picture 3) The most immediate noticeable results were: The Sana mill is TREMENDOUSLY quieter. My wife and I were still able to have a conversation nearby. Also, the flour can be ground so fluffy and fine or coarse enough to make grits or cracked wheat, just by twisting the bowl on top right or left. So we ground the hard white and kamut into a soft, fluffy flour…all twelve cups (triple recipe). Add in the more esthetically pleasing look of the all wood exterior, much like the Nutrimill Harvest and Komo mills, and it’s a conversation piece in our kitchen. I bought longer bread pans for full sized sandwich bread, tripled the recipe, and dove headfirst into it with my wife today. The results are night and day!! The bread is the most delicious, moist, fluffy bread we’ve ever smothered butter on and jammed in our mouths! (Final pictures) I’m excited to try more recipes with my wife, her sisters and their bread group. I’m sold!

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SW
01/08/2024
Shane W.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Amazing mill!

Eureka! I think we finally figured it out! Firstly, please understand that this post in no way whatsoever is meant to advertise or endorse, nor is endorsed by any person or company listed in this post. I received no payments or discounts on anything, which my dwindling bank account can testify to. I do not know anyone in this “world” other than my two sister in laws, Jill and Sarah. Second, the following is purely my opinion and experience so far. I’m brand new to this world, and have a lot more to discover. I intend on sharing those reviews and experiences along the way. I mean no disrespect toward anyone in sharing this. Again, it’s just my personal experience. Now, moving on. My sister in law has a Wondermill and has been feeding me the most delicious bread products on the planet. Her and her other sister, Sarah, have been at this for a hot minute and know what they are doing. She introduced me to some resources of a few of the key players in this milling world, and I quickly became a fan. I ran out and immediately bought a Wondermill, the matching Wonder mixer, and four large sealed containers to keep grains in, then 25 lbs each of hard white, soft white, hard red, and spelt, then a 5 lb bag of kamut. (Pictures 1-2) I made two loaves of sandwich bread, using GiSP sandwich bread recipe (shared below), and while it was delicious, it didn’t rise much. The machines were super loud and the flour was still kind of gritty, like coarse sand was in the mix. I allowed the flour and wet mixture sit a bit longer to allow time for the flour to soak up the liquids and soften. I’ll also share after the fact, hindsight being 20/20, that I used active yeast instead of instant yeast. Whoops! (See pictures 3-4 for those results). Then I did more research and learned the difference between impact mills and stone grind mills. I returned all of the Wonder products and purchased a stone mill from SANA USA. It was quite a bit more expensive, but also has a FIFTEEN year warranty and is an almost exact replica of Komo mill, with both also being German made products. I purchased it from Amazon, which gave me an extra 3 year coverage as well as two day delivery. It also cleared up more counter space because we already have a KitchenAid mixer, so we are just using that to knead for now. (Picture 5) The most immediate noticeable results were: The Sana mill is TREMENDOUSLY quieter. My wife and I were still able to have a conversation nearby. Also, the flour can be ground so fluffy and fine or coarse enough to make grits or cracked wheat, just by twisting the bowl on top right or left. So we ground the hard white and kamut into a soft, fluffy flour…all twelve cups (triple recipe). Add in the more esthetically pleasing look of the all wood exterior, much like the Nutrimill Harvest and Komo mills, and it’s a conversation piece in our kitchen. I bought longer bread pans for full sized sandwich bread, tripled the recipe, and dove headfirst into it with my wife today. The results are night and day!! The bread is the most delicious, moist, fluffy bread we’ve ever smothered butter on and jammed in our mouths! (Final pictures) I’m excited to try more recipes with my wife, her sisters and their bread group. I’m sold! Recipe for the sandwich bread can be found here: https://grainsinsmallplaces.net/wprm_print/80882

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01/05/2024
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Beautiful and very easy to use

When I unpacked my Sana Grain Mill I was immediately struck by how beautiful it is. The wood grain is beautifully variegated and the workmanship is exceptional. I was hesitating to use it at first but once I started I realized how easy and convenient it is. If you are in the market for grain mill, this one will be a delight for years to come.