I knew I'd be gone on Friday on a little va-cay with a buddy, so we did our FSF earlier in the week.
We decided to devote our day to the research of food grinders. Neither of us have one, but both agree we need one. We both are going through a bread-making kick, thanks to this class, and I find myself making bread several times a week.
Yes, my friends, I have been using this hunk of junk. Sorry if this is your mixmaster of choice, but I have found it to be less than ideal for making bread. The motor burns and smokes everytime I make bread. So I use it even more often, hoping it will break altogether. (**evil laugh**--"Sorry Brian, I had to go buy a new one, this one just broke on me while I was slaving away making you fresh bread...")
We did have plenty of time to argue whether or not Crystal is gorgeous. She is. This discussion is getting old. Enough of the "I'm fat and ugly" comments, Crystal! You are a beauty queen, and you have the best hair, and no more discussions about this on FSF.
Now, wheat grinders. Why the heck are they so expensive. Ugh. I don't want to spend that much money on a wheat grinder. Do I need to get an electric one and a manual one? Who has these? What kind should I get? Does anyone have any experience with the wheat grinder attachment that goes with the Bosch?
It really doesn't make sense to me to purchase a hand held grinder. Sure I could use it if the power was out, but my oven wouldn't work either, so I don't think the first thing I would do in an emergency would be to grind wheat and make bread with some alternative cooking source. I have plenty other sources of food storage.
- Anyone out there have a Bosch or a Kitchenaid? Do you like/love it?
- What kind of wheat grinder should I get, and where is a good place to purchase one?
- Don't you think Crystal is a pretty girl?
Hopefully I will find time to post about my fun weekend tomorrow!