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Q: I enjoy baking desserts that often call for nut flours or ground seeds. I've been using an old metal meat grinder to grind my own flours, which resulted in a nice fluffy flour, but it has not aged well. I have tried using blenders and grinders but generally end up with more of a butter than a flour. Help!

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Editor: Take a look at this post on grain mills:

Readers, do  you grind your own flours? What's the best tool for the job?

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