Grandma Lori’s Exciting New Purchase!

We’re SO excited to get started on the next phase of the Extreme Makeover Food Storage Edition with Grandma Lori. The first few steps of getting an Emergency Plan, and Three Month Supply weren’t too hard, but we were worried this part would be a “harder sell” since Grandma Lori’s original plan was to just store freeze-dried meals and call it good.

However, as Grandma Lori has seen us use our “Long Term” Food Storage more and more lately, her interest has perked. She didn’t have a wheat grinder yet so the concept of using all that long term food storage was a bit daunting and not too exciting. Well the good news is:

Grandma Lori got one at this great sale priceand we’re so excited to hit the road running with her. As Dealers we always sell the WonderMills at the lowest price we’re allowed, and this summer we can sell the electric mills for $239.95 (they are regularly $269.95). So if you’ve been thinking of gettin one, click here, and get one this summer so you can follow along with us as we show Grandma Lori all the many different awesome ways she too can use her Wondermill.


  • Wilbur Johnson

    Hey kids. (at 73 I can safely say that).

    I purchased a Wondermill and other neat things from you all and it is a great mill. For me it was purchased for when it hits the fan. For daily use, however, my wife uses a Vita-Mix. She puts in the wheat and the VM will grind it from cracked wheat, to flour, to powder (if you wish). After the wheat is ground she puts in all the other bread makings and in less than a minute the dough is ready for the baking pan and the rising process.

    In addition to bread it seems to do everything well. Grinding wheat, coffee, flax seeds, etc. Also makes super smoothies.

  • Wilbur Johnson

    Hey kids. (at 73 I can safely say that).

    I purchased a Wondermill and other neat things from you all and it is a great mill. For me it was purchased for when it hits the fan. For daily use, however, my wife uses a Vita-Mix. She puts in the wheat and the VM will grind it from cracked wheat, to flour, to powder (if you wish). After the wheat is ground she puts in all the other bread makings and in less than a minute the dough is ready for the baking pan and the rising process.

    In addition to bread it seems to do everything well. Grinding wheat, coffee, flax seeds, etc. Also makes super smoothies.

  • I have a KTec and love it! It takes no time at all to grind a whole #10 can of wheat and it takes up so little space. I do not have to grind in my garage, though sometimes I do outside because I tend to grind while my babies are sleeping. πŸ™‚ To Christine's post, Crystal posted a new video saying how she hadn't read her directions (which you should always do!) and wasn't using hers properly, and that is why it was expelling flour everywhere. So everyone be sure to read your directions! πŸ™‚

  • Hi Mary, I cannot really comment on the KTec, except to say that on one of Crystal's video's, she said said that she does not use it in her house (does it out in garage) because of the flour dust and the noise.

    I can tell you from personal experience that I LOVE my WonderMill. I used a hand-grinder before purchasing, so I really did look around and research, because of price. As Jodi states, it is an investment, but it is worth it. I use mine almost every day and not once have I thought I made wrong decision on getting it.

  • Hi Mary, As a starting point, check out this comparison chart of the popular mills: http://pgward.org/ep/wp-content/uploads/2009/03… We used that to know which ones to test and then we tried them all out for ourselves and we agreed with their findings. WonderMill was quieter, faster, and cleaner than the KTec plus it has a bigger capacity. And from others who have a mill they seem to last a VERY VERY long time. We considered this a long term investment so we were willing to spend a little more money to get something that was better. However, if you are on a tight budget the KTec will work just fine. Our personal opinion is just that it is worth the extra money to get a better quality grinder. Hope that helps!

  • Mary

    So, not that I have the money for a wheat grinder, but I'm a little confused as to which one is the best. You guys rave about the Wondermill, but then Crystal at Everyday Food Storage raves about the K Tec wheat grinder. Which one is better?

  • Mary

    So, not that I have the money for a wheat grinder, but I’m a little confused as to which one is the best. You guys rave about the Wondermill, but then Crystal at Everyday Food Storage raves about the K Tec wheat grinder. Which one is better?

    • Hi Mary, As a starting point, check out this comparison chart of the popular mills: http://pgward.org/ep/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/wheatgrindercompare.jpg We used that to know which ones to test and then we tried them all out for ourselves and we agreed with their findings. WonderMill was quieter, faster, and cleaner than the KTec plus it has a bigger capacity. And from others who have a mill they seem to last a VERY VERY long time. We considered this a long term investment so we were willing to spend a little more money to get something that was better. However, if you are on a tight budget the KTec will work just fine. Our personal opinion is just that it is worth the extra money to get a better quality grinder. Hope that helps!

    • Hi Mary, I cannot really comment on the KTec, except to say that on one of Crystal’s video’s, she said said that she does not use it in her house (does it out in garage) because of the flour dust and the noise.

      I can tell you from personal experience that I LOVE my WonderMill. I used a hand-grinder before purchasing, so I really did look around and research, because of price. As Jodi states, it is an investment, but it is worth it. I use mine almost every day and not once have I thought I made wrong decision on getting it.

    • I have a KTec and love it! It takes no time at all to grind a whole #10 can of wheat and it takes up so little space. I do not have to grind in my garage, though sometimes I do outside because I tend to grind while my babies are sleeping. πŸ™‚ To Christine’s post, Crystal posted a new video saying how she hadn’t read her directions (which you should always do!) and wasn’t using hers properly, and that is why it was expelling flour everywhere. So everyone be sure to read your directions! πŸ™‚