Dear Mrs Thurner,
For some time now we have been using your Natural Stone Mill MT 5.
I didn’t believe it possible that a mill for household purposes would result in such excellent flour quality.
We mainly use spelt – but also other types of grain such as rye, amaranth, sometimes corn, wheat etc.- the resulting cakes have proven themselves to be far better.
Not only better in taste, they rise much more when baking. My wife says that cakes rise better than when produced with conventional bought flour. I am glad that we chose your natural stone mill especially when friends of ours – who use a mill of a different brand – remarked „Our flour is not as fine. Are you really sure you didn’t buy it?” In a trial run we then proved that our flour was processed in our mill!
As energetics expert I noticed that the flour processed in these mills still „has life in it“. I am glad we decided to invest in a mill with a natural stone milling mechanism, as it is obvious that it is only by using nature itself that you will get natural food!
I hope that many more people will come to enjoy such pleasure,
I wish you all the best for the future
Cranio Sacral Omnipath
Dear Mrs. Thurner!
I have just received my MT5 mill – it is really wonderful, exactly as we imagined it would be. We are very pleased with it. Thanks once again for your help.
Petra D. - Austria
Hallo Mrs Thurner,
It has been quite a time since we got out MT18 from you but I want to tell you that since first beginning to use the mill up to the present day we are extremely pleased with it. .
The milling result is simply fantastic, whether processing wheat, spelt or rye and also chick-peas and rice. Even the bran obtained after sieving the flour once is extremely soft and can be used for baking crisp bread. Super!
To give an example I have attached photos of our first two baking attempts to this mail, whereby I have to say that with the sponge cake the very smallest amount of raising agent (e.g. baking powder or similar) was used.
With regard to the bread it is a rye-mix loaf I think the photos say more than words.
Dear Mrs. Thurner,
my Carina grain mill arrived on Friday. We are extremely pleased with it – a really fantastic mill. We have already tested it a lot. However I have adapted the recipe for the brioche plait a little - I use butter and rice-milk and instead of raisins I use cranberries. My children prefer them. Apart from that I do not use any sugar or syrup and I take amaranth pops to raise the yeast, 20 gr. for 700 to 750 gr. of flour. As a light basic sweetener I also add 1,0 gr. Of stevia extract together with 1 tablespoon of forest honey at best fir-tree honey. You can also add up to about 150 gr. of other ingredients, such as almond flakes, raisins, cranberries, chocolate (99 % cocoa).
Many thanks for your excellent support and information.
Many greetings from Bisingen
Wilhelm G. - Germany
Dear Mrs. Thurner,
First of all "thank you", I received the flour yesterday and am very impressed with the milling result. I xxxxx mills which I have tested and also a commercial mill in a health food shop did not achieve this milling result.
I would therefore like to place my order for your MT 18 mill.
We have been using our grain mill - pictured in the enclosure- for about 20 years (unfortunately we do not have an exact type description) and have always been very satisfied with it. Except for a few small cracks in the housing (wood is a living material after all) the mill still works as it did the first time we used it.
However, lately it seems to us that the flour milled is not as finely refined as it was in the beginning. Now to my question: Are there replacement mill-stones for this mill and how expensive are they?
Thank you and kind regards Fam. Josef and Birgit I. Austria
I have had a Salzburger Grain Mill with natural stone milling stones and an industrial motor for more than 20 years. I would now like to give it a treat and send it in for a service. Is that possible and at which conditions?