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Mockmill 100 Australia Flour Mill

(10 customer reviews)

The Mockmill 100 Australia stone grain mill is an excellent flour mill for home use.  The vast majority of our customers that are looking for a quality electric stone grain mill at an affordable price will be very satisfied with the Mockmill 100.

  • Make fresh flour conveniently when you want
  • The Mockmill 100 can mill all grains including wheat, rye, ancient grains, dried legumes, chickpeas, quinoa, plus dry spices, and more
  • Powerful 360 Watt industrial strength motor
  • Easy operation
  • Simple to clean
  • Produces 100 grams / minute on the finest setting
  • Up to 25 minutes of continuous milling (enough for 2.5kg of flour)
  • Smooth coarseness adjustments from coarse to very fine
  • Milling stone made of corundum-ceramic
  • Made in Germany to the highest standards
  • 6 Year Warranty
  • Designed by Wolfgang Mock

The Mockmill 100 grain mill is capable of milling 100 grams of flour per minute and most customers will generally mill 1-2 kg of flour at a time for their domestic use.  It is recommended to give the Mockmill 100 a break after 20-25 minutes of continuous use and this is more than enough to complete this amount.

$690.00 inc. GST

SKU: MOCKMILL100 Categories: ,

Description

Mockmill 100 Grain Mill Specifications

  • Grain Mill Output: 100 grams / minute on the finest setting
  •  Millstone diameter: 90mm
  • Hopper Capacity: 1,100 grams
  • Motor Specification: 240 Volts, 50 Hertz, 360 Watts
  • 6 Year Guarantee
  • Housing: ARBOBLEND® (Made from renewable materials)
  • Coarseness setting: coarse to very fine

Suitable Grains, Seeds & Spices for Milling

Please see the milling table for details on the specifics of which grains, legumes and spices the Mockmill 100 can mill.  Some grains may require milling multiple times at different levels of coarseness / fineness settings to achieve the desired results.  Please also see this list of videos from the manufacturer that demonstrates the Mockmill 100 milling a variety of grains.

Mockmill 100 User Manual

How does the Mockmill 100 work?

The Mockmill 100 uses a simple grain milling mechanism to grind the grain between 2 stone plates.  Depending on how far apart those plates are determines how fine or coarse your flour will be.  Essentially the Mockmill 100 is designed to mill dry grain, seeds and spices and is not suited to milling oily or wet products.  In some circumstances you will be a able to mill oily seeds, however they will need to mixed in with a very high proportion of complimentary dry product.

How do you use the Mockmill 100?

The Mockmill 100 is a very well designed and sturdy electric stone grain mill.  That being said, if you’re moving the Mockmill 100 don’t carry it by the flour spout or the hopper.  Always ensure you lift it by the base of the grain mill itself.  It’s very important to read the instructions that come with your Mockmill 100 stone grain mill.

  • The 1st step to begin using your Mockmill 100 will be too loosen the adjustment lever that determines the how coarse or fine your flour will be and move it to the number 1 position.  Tighten the lever again and move it to the number 10 position.
  • You will then need to clean the grain mill stones.  Turn on the mill whilst at position 10 and measure out 1/3 of a cup of white rice. Add the rice to the hopper and mill the rice.  Once milled move the coarseness lever adjustment to number 7 and mill the rice twice more.
  • The next step will be to calibrate the grain mill and we’ve provided a simple to follow video explanation above that you’ll be able to follow to ensure that you’ll be able to easily calibrate your Mockmill 100 at any time.
  • Once the mill has been calibrated you are now ready to begin using your grain mill.

Calibrating the Mockmill 100?

How do you clean the Mockmill 100?

The Mockmill 100 is very easy to clean.  Providing you haven’t glazed the stones using an oily seed of some sort you can use the simple steps below.

  1. Take a handful regular white rice (not parboiled) and mill it on number 10.
  2. If the rice hasn’t been milled completely, tighten the adjustment lever a a little and and mill the rice again.

How do you open the Mockmill 100?

  1. Disconnect the power and remove the hopper.  To do this you will need to remove the coarseness adjustment lever counter clockwise until fully removed.
  2. Then press in the 2 tabs at the rear of the Mockmill 100 whilst lifting up at the same time.  Ensure you don’t use too much pressure pushing.  Use just enough for to release the lock on the hopper.
  3. You can now open the milling chamber by turning the large round cap counter clockwise and this will reveal the stator (top stone).
  4. Remove the stator (top mill stone) to reveal the bottom stone (rotor) which is attached the grain mill’s motor shaft.
  5. To close the mill, place the stator (top stone) back in place and screw the large round cap back on again.  It should take 2-3 turns until you feel a strong resistance.  Then turn the cap 1/4 of a turn back.  Turn the power back on to the Mockmill 100 and tighten the cap further until you hear a slight ticking noise.
  6. To reattach the hopper switch of the power to the grain mill and disconnect from the power point.  The segment to which the lever was screwed into should be moved back into the middle of the right hand side of the grain mill.
  7. Recalibrate the mill as shown in the setup and calibration video above.
1. Unscrew the adjustment lever
1. Unscrew the adjustment lever
2. Removing the Hopper
2. Removing the Hopper
3. Opening the milling chamber
3. Opening the milling chamber
4. Remove Stator (top stone)
4. Remove Stator (top stone)
5. Closing the milling chamber
5. Closing the milling chamber
6. Reattach the hopper
6. Reattach the hopper
7. Recalibrate the Mockmill 100
7. Recalibrate the Mockmill 100

What is the difference between the Mockmill 100 and the Mockmill Professional 200?

There are  few differences between the Mockmill 100 and the Mockmill Professional 200. The Mockmill 100 is the entry level electric stone grain mill designed primarily for domestic use.  The Mockmill Professional 200 is designed for non-stop use grinding larger quantities of grains.  The Mockmill 100 has a 360 Watt motor in comparison to Mockmill Professional 200 that boasts a 600 Watt motor.

The 2 grain mills also differ in the amount of flour that is output per minute.  The Mockmill 100 is capable of producing 100 grams of flour per minute whereas the Mockmill Professional 200 can deliver 200 grams per minute.

There is also a significant difference in terms of warranty.  The Mockmill 100 has a 6 year warranty on purely domestic use and the Mockmill Professional 200 is backed by a 12 year domestic use warranty and a 2 year commercial use warranty.

Additional information

Weight8 kg
Dimensions26 × 23.5 × 44 cm

10 reviews for Mockmill 100 Australia Flour Mill

  1. Rosanna Savoca Epifano

    Easy and a fantastic machine! Love the way it has a video on their website to show you how to use machine! Very prompt when ordering!

    • Living Whole

      Thank you for your wonderful feedback, Rosanna! We’re happy to hear that you found the Mockmill 100 easy to use and appreciated our instructional video. Happy milling!🙂

  2. Brett R

    Really enjoying the Mockmill 100, so much easier than my hand mill! The price was excellent as well. Very fast delivery. Thank you Living Whole you have made my life so much easier and my bread making hasn’t been better – brilliant piece of machinery this, 5 Stars indeed!

    • Living Whole

      Thanks for the review of the Mockmill 100 Brett. This flour mill is seriously hard to beat when it comes to value for money.

  3. Kath Taylor

    Ordered our new Mockmill with no problems. Package arrived within the week, well packaged and in perfect condition. We have had fun making bread from wheat we have ground ourselves. The mill is easy to use, the instructions are clear and it looks great. At the lowest setting, the mill grinds to what I think is an 000 flour consistency. The stones themselves look to be of a very high quality. We haven’t regretted our purchase and have spent a lot of time showing it off to our interested friends. Would recommend buying it if you’re still sitting on the fence.

    • Living Whole

      We loved reading your review, Kath! Glad you’re enjoying the Mockmill 100 🙂

  4. Lynette Teasdale

    I love my new mill. I’ve only had it a few weeks, but have ground wheat, chickpeas, lentils & rice so far and it does all those with ease and the flour is nice and fine.
    It only takes a few minutes to grind enough wheat for a large loaf of bread. I make brownies using chickpea flour & it’s much cheaper than buying it.
    I love growing the grains/pulses on our farm & then being able to mill it so we can eat it too.
    Lynette Teasdale.
    Rupanyup, Victoria.

    • Living Whole

      Thank you for your great review, Lynette! We’re pleased to hear you are happy with the grain mill 🙂

  5. Frances Coghlan

    I am blown away by my new Mockmill!!
    What an incredible difference it makes to ALL baking!
    To think I am using 100 percent whole grain flour and everything seems lighter, cakes especially and the flavour is profoundly different to bought flour, sweeter, nuttier. Then I made some besan flour and the list goes on….a whole new world of much healthier food extravaganzas!
    It is so easy to use and fast, it’s living on my kitchen bench and looking good.
    Very happy customer!!
    Frances Coghlan
    Tasmania

    • Living Whole

      What a great review Frances. The differences are astounding. Thanks for taking the time to write your review on the Mockmill 100.

  6. Kerry

    Mockmill 100 – an essential kitchen appliance.
    Since purchasing the Mockmill 100, I use it two to three times a week, and it’s great.
    My whole family like to watch it being used. It is very quick, grinds a cup of grain in 1 minute (not slow like some people suggest). It fits nicely on the bench and doesn’t take up too much room, and is easy to clean.
    So far I’ve made creamed wheat for breakfast, pita breads, bread rolls, crackers, pizza bases, cookies and cakes, all with the whole wheat flour.
    Sourcing the wheat berries here in Adelaide (South Australia) wasn’t easy, so I purchased a few 20kg bags from a local baking school.
    We’ve noticed health benefits from eating the whole grains, and no longer buy flour or bread from the store.
    Thanks to Brett at Living Whole who was helpful and answered my questions over the phone.

    • Living Whole

      Thanks for such a detailed review Kerry. By the sounds of it you’re really putting the mill to good use. Many thanks for shipping with us.

  7. Kelly

    I’m very happy with this mill. Have never had any kind of mill b4 but this one does a great job. Great service also

    • Living Whole

      Thanks for taking time to leave a review Kelly. Much appreciated and happy milling.

  8. Margo Beilby

    I make my own wholemeal bread and know that wholemeal flour needs to be freshly ground for full goodness. I had a mill but not stone grinding and it heated the flour. I am very happy with my Mockmill. It took a while to remove the grit from the stones but I am now making lovely loaves every few days. I live on my own and when the loaf gets a bit stale it chop it up for my chooks. They love it! I like the look of my mill on my bench top too

    • Living Whole

      Thanks for the review Margo. Glad you like the Mockmill 100.

  9. Rae Lloyd-Jones

    PS. And the service from Brett at Living Whole was superb! He went above and beyond to get the mill to us a bit quicker than usual, and we look forward to dealing with Living Whole again 🙂

    • Living Whole

      Thanks so much Rae. Really appreciate you taking the time to write this.

  10. Rae Lloyd-Jones

    I LOVE this mill! We live in a small van, so a small mill that doesn’t take much room was a must. (It also fits perfectly into a 20litre Aussie Made Handy Pail for storage, with a little cushion foam tucked in around it, so it travels very well!) I have a hand-wind stone mill which takes ages to get enough flour for 1 loaf of bread. The Mockmill 100 is fast, easy to use, easy to calibrate, and appears very well made. At only 300watt it’s also no drain on our van battery/solar power system. We’ve been using it for 3-4 weeks now, and so far we are very impressed with this affordable stone mill.

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