Morgan Rogue   12.02.22

Grind Your Own Flour in Minutes with the Wondermill Electric Grain Mill

Fine Grinds

I’ve had a manual grain grinder for years and it’s worked fine, I’ve had no issues.

But who wouldn’t want an electric grain mill? It’s faster, more powerful and…it’s faster!

Years of dreaming finally became reality after weeks of research, I finally made the plunge and purchased the Wondermill Electric Grain Mill.

I store soft white wheat berries and hard red wheat berries. Both types of wheat berries can produce different types of bread.

1 cup of wheat berries produces 2 cups of flour. Freshly ground flour is not the same as store-bought flour. Store-bought flour has a lot of additives and preservatives in it to keep it from going bad.

Fresh ground flour will go rancid in just a day or so, so you need to use it as soon as it’s ground.

Specs, Per Wondermill:

  • Stainless steel milling heads
  • BPA Free
  • 1250watt
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What if you could have a 6-pound gun with a 16-inch barrel to hunt everything from whitetails to Cape buffalo? And imagine it could shoot supersonic or quiet-subsonic hunting ammo. That’s the Q founder, Kevin Brittingham’s, vision for the 8.6 Blackout cartridge. And even though it has started as a wildcat, the new cartridge has already taken big game and factory ammo is becoming available. 

So is this another wonder cartridge that won’t take off? Or is it the .300 Blackout we always wanted? Only time will tell. Until then, here’s more info from Brittingham, who developed the 8.6 Blackout with his team at Q

8.6 Blackout Basics

The 8.6 Blackout uses a .338-inch-diameter bullet in a shortened 6.5 Creedmoor case. It can be shot at super and subsonic velocities.

“We settled on shortening up the 6.5 Creedmoor case because it’s a little more efficient than the .308

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If you’re on the journey to climb the hardest route in Margalef, Spain — well, ‘The Journey’ is a big piece of it.

Alexander Megos has climbed better than anyone else in the Spanish conglomerate epicenter of Margalef for the past several years.

No, I mean it. In 2018, Megos established the area’s hardest route, “Perfecto Mundo,” at 9b+/5.15c. This October, he roared back to Margalef’s yawning popcorn roofs to wrestle down “The Journey,” 5.15b, perhaps its second-hardest climb.

Get up to speed on the story in our full article. Watch the saga above.

Runtime: 22 minutes

Alex Megos; (photo/filmmaker Ken Etzel)
Alex Megos Claims First Ascent of Chris Sharma’s ‘Rastaman Vibrations’: 5.15b?
It took the carrot-powered climber less than a total of 9 days to get the first
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