grain mill

Milling grain by hand in the farmhouse kitchen makes us a more resilient, autonomous household. Human-powered, pedal-powered machines help us adapt to a changing world. 

With whole grains in the pantry, we know we can make what we need. There’s both convenience and serenity in being just a bit more self-reliant.

Milling like this can also form part of community reliance, tool-sharing and skill-sharing in a more equitable, ecological, local economy.

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