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My hubby was thinking we could probably use our Magic Mill to grind almonds. I told him I thought they would be too “wet” and he said that wheat isn't totally dried out.
So I thought I'd give it a whirl today.
First I grinded the almonds (with skin and everything) in my Magic Bullet.
Then I put the partially ground almonds into my Magic Mill wheat grinder.
Well, now I know how to make almond BUTTER. But of course that's probably not very good for the mill!! I then put in some wheat to try to clean it out a bit. It didn't really work too good, but at least it's not totally clogged up.
The morale of the story is DON'T DO IT. I found out it is the OILINESS of nuts that is the problem, not the “wetness” as I'd mentioned to my husband.