The KoMo Magic
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Combining Fine European Elegance With a Modern Touch
The KoMo grain mills have many unique looks and differing capabilities, but the Magic may be the most unique of all the KoMo brand. The Magic is the only KoMo grain grinder to use stainless steel inserts for additional modern appeal in the outer cabinetry, adding an interesting aesthetic appeal to this excellent grain mill. It uses the same 250 Watt motor as the KoMo Fidibus 21, making it perfect for smaller amount of dry grains like wheat, rye, millet, and even some of the gluten-free grains like rice, quinoa, and amaranth. Like all other KoMos the Magic uses a high quality set of super-hard corundum-ceramic milling stones and comes with the full 12 year manufacturer's warranty, giving you extreme grinding durability and peace of mind all in one.
- The KoMo Magic Electric Grain Mill
- A Full 12 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
The Unique Cabinet Design
The KoMo Magic's stainless steel inserts and hopper make it a unique offering among the purely wooden KoMo mills. The combination of wood and stainless steel adds that modern flair to the Old World charm of the Magic's design, allowing it to be a handsome centerpiece in many different kitchens.
Durable German Grinding Mechanism
The Magic is not merely handsome to look at: it is also fully functional and durable. The corundum/ceramic milling stones and the 250 Watt motor were both specifically designed for KoMo, and they work together to grind many different kinds of dry grains. The patented KoMo stone balancing system also lets the Magic rapidly switch from grinding very coarse cereal grains to pastry-fine flour with a simple twist of the hopper, in addition to lengthening the life of the grinding stones. Finally, cleanup is extremely easy: simply turn the hopper counterclockwise for two full turns to remove the hopper, and you have easy access to the stones and the spout for quick cleaning.
A Long List of Ingredients to Grind
The Magic can grind many dry grains, including wheat, rice, rye, millet, kamut, oat groats, dry spices, dry herbs, amaranth, quinoa, field corn, and buckwheat. Although it cannot grind oily seeds or particularly hard materials like popcorn, this still leaves you with a long list of fresh materials you can add to your home-cooked recipes.