100 Stone Grain Mill
- Regular price
- $310.00 USD
- Regular price
- Sale price
- $310.00 USD
- Unit price
Legendary mill maker, Wolfgang Mock, has done it again with the Mockmill 100 Grain Mill, ushering in a new generation of innovative grain mills that raise the bar for performance and value.
Wolfgang’s Mockmill 100 represents the sum of nearly 40 years of experience and innovation and squarely achieves his goal of making fresh, healthy, high quality and great tasting whole grain flour accessible to as many people as possible.
The Mockmill’s uniquely designed grinding stones produce extraordinarily fine flour, well suited for making everything from world-class artisan bread to flaky croissants. Enjoy light pancakes, waffles, tarts, pie crusts, brioche, challah, tender flatbreads and more without sacrificing the health benefits packed into natures nutrient powerhouse that is the whole grain wheat kernel.
The Mockmill 100 will grind from extremely fine flour to coarse cracked grain and will handle all wheat grains and non-oily grains, medium sized beans, corn, and non-oily spices.
Housing the Mockmill 100 is an Arboblend® shell also known as liquid wood made from 98% natural plant-based fibers. This eco-friendly material takes natural raw materials out of the waste stream and combines them with biopolymers that results in an attractive, durable yet low-cost casing. By concentrating the costs of building a quality mill into the components that matter most, the millstones and motor, Wolfgang has succeeded in keeping the price of the German-made Mockmill 100 at an amazingly attractive level.
IMPORTANT: The video below shows quick and easy setup instructions for your new Mockmill. If you don’t follow the procedure in there, you will not get good milling results. And if you do, you will get GREAT milling results.
All dry grains can be ground, including wheat (both hard and soft), oat groats (dehulled oats), rice, triticale, Kamut, Spelt, buckwheat, barley, rye, millet, teff, quinoa, amaranth, sorghum and dent (field) corn. Sprouted grains can also be milled provided they are thoroughly dried first. It will also grind spices, lentils and dry beans (pinto, red, garbanzo, kidney, etc.) It isn’t suitable for herbs, oilseeds like flax or sesame, popcorn, or fibrous materials. For home use: The Mockmill is intended for home use and milling quantities appropriate for normal family needs. It is not designed for commercial use in which large quantities of grains are to be ground.
Mockmill 100 Specs
|Power Draw||360 W|
|Milling Speed||Approx. 1,300 RPM|
|Dimensions||380 x 220 x 190mm | 15″ x 8.7″ x 7.5″|
|Cable Length||Approx. 150 cm | Approx. 6′|
|Grinding Mechanism||Corundum ceramic grinding stones|
|Milling Grades||Variable from very fine to coarse|
|Milling Rate||Approx. 100 g/min | Approx. 3.5 oz/min (Soft Wheat)|
|Casing||Arboblend® made from renewable raw materials|
|Hopper Capacity||1,100 g | 2 lbs 7 oz (Wheat)|
|Weight||6 kg | 13 lbs 3.5 oz|
|Contents||Mockmill with hopper cover / Owner’s manual|
|Mockmill 100||100 g/min||2.4 lbs||Arboblend®||279.00|
|Mockmill 200||200 g/min||2.4 lbs||Arboblend®||359.00|
|Lino 100||100 g/min||2.8 lbs||Wood||469.00|
|Lino 200||200 g/min||2.8 lbs||Wood||589.00|
|Professional 200||200 g/min||2.8 lbs||Wood||659.00|
|Attachment For Stand Mixers||57 g/min||10 oz.||Plastic Over Solid Steel||199.00|
This is the 1st mill I've tried and it works great. No problems at all!
Just what we were looking for! Love it!
I have been making my own bread for about 2 years. I bought this to up the level on the bread I make. As with anything, It will definitely be a learning experience to get the recipe like I like it.
I was really excited to find the Mockmill 100 in stock at Firewalker Ovens, since nobody can keep these in stock for long. Happily, my mill was shipped promptly and arrived perfect condition (very sturdily packed.) It was super simple to set up and I made sourdough bread the next day from freshly ground hard red wheat! The texture and temperature of the stone ground flour was great—fine and fluffy like the local brand of artisan flour I’ve been using. Said to be quieter than most, this mill is still loud enough to make me appreciate when it’s finished. But it’s also pretty speedy—for the 500 g I used, it took just under 5 minutes (which makes sense because I think it gets the “100” name in its name by grinding 100g per minute). 😊 This is my first mill, and I did a lot of research before choosing this one. So far, I’m very satisfied!