Grist & Toll: An Urban Flour Mill

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Southern California has its first flour mill in a hundred years: Grist & Toll. G &T will be milling grain grown by small farmers here in the Southwest. We’re on the verge of a grain revolution and small mills like Grist & Toll are leading the way.

Dig Grist & Toll’s Austrian grain mill and sifter:

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Rumor has it that Santa is bringing me a mini version of this mill.

Grist & Toll is open for special hours this holiday season:
Friday December 13th 12-6pm
Saturday December 14th 12-5pm
Friday December 20th 12-6pm
Saturday December 21st 12-6pm

Grist & Toll is located at 990 S. Arroyo Parkway #1 in Pasadena, California.

Stop on by and get the bakers in your life some hard to find flours. Make those holiday cookies with tasty Sonora wheat!

If you’re not in the Southern California area leave a comment with some tips on where to find interesting grains where you live . . .

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  1. I am so excited that you are getting a komo, and to hear about your adventures in baking. I’ve been reading your blog for ages, and am also starting to explore home milled flour and baking. I got a fidibus 21 last week.
    Anyone in MA should check out http://www.localgrain.org. I picked up my share last weekend, but it looks like they are still taking sign ups for this year. 13 delicious locally grown grains (which are currently sitting in the middle of my kitchen floor).
    I’m planning to keep a journal of sorts (complete with crummy photos) at tmacvicar.tumblr.com. Stop by!

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