grain mill - Victorio Kitchen Products

grain mill - Victorio Kitchen Products
GRAIN MILL
VKP1012
Instruction Manual
Table of Contents
Parts Diagram .................................................................................... 1
Operating Precautions ...................................................................... 2
Product Overview ............................................................................. 2
Care Instructions ............................................................................... 3
Helpful Tips ....................................................................................... 3
Mounting Instructions ...................................................................... 4
Assembly Instructions ...................................................................... 5
Use Instructions ................................................................................ 6
Troubleshooting Guide .................................................................... 7
Recipes ............................................................................................ 8-9
Warranty/Contact Info ................................................. Back Cover
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Victorio Grain Mill
Model VKP1012
Parts Diagram:
Your complete grain mill includes everything shown below:
(5)
(6)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(4)
(7)
Parts List:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
VKP1012-5 Adjustment Knob
VKP1012-3 Handle Assembly
VKP1012-6N Nylon Washer
VKP1012-2 Milling Cone Shaft Assembly
VKP1012-7 Hopper
Body - Not Sold Separately
VKP1012-4 Clamp Assembly
1
Operating Precautions
Read and follow ALL instructions and warnings before operating
your Grain Mill for the first time. If certain precautions are not
taken, damage to the Grain Mill and/or injury to persons could
result.

DO NOT turn the handle of the Grain Mill if it is empty. This
will damage the milling heads.

Never put any foreign objects into the Grain Mill. Small rocks or
pieces of metal could damage the milling cones.

Never put fingers near the milling cone shaft while the Grain Mill is
being operated, as that could cause serious injury.

Using tools to tighten the adjustment knob will damage the
Grain Mill and void the warranty. Tighten the adjustment knob
only by hand.

Never operate the Grain Mill if any parts are missing or damaged.

Always make sure the Grain Mill is clamped securely to a sturdy
surface before assembling and using.

Do not clean any part of the Grain Mill in a dishwasher.
Product Overview
Congratulations on your purchase of the Victorio® Grain Mill! You will
find it to be a very valuable tool to have on hand. You’ll enjoy the natural,
wholesome flavors of home ground ingredients, prepared fresh and free
from all the preservatives and additives contained in commercially
processed foods. Your Victorio® Grain Mill will serve you well for years
to come.
Caring well for your Grain Mill will help it last, so be sure to read through
all the instructions contained in this manual before using your product for
the first time.
The basic procedure is simple. Once your Grain Mill arrives, inspect it
thoroughly and wipe all parts with a damp cloth. Assemble it according to
the instructions, then mount it to a stable, solid work surface. Adjust the
coarseness by using the adjustment knob. Last, add grain to the hopper
and start the grinding process.
2
Care Instructions
To ensure your Grain Mill works properly at all times, please follow the
care and handling instructions below:

When you receive your Grain Mill, dismantle all parts and wipe them
off using a damp cloth to remove any residue from manufacturing and
packaging.


Small parts are easily lost, so be sure to handle with care.
After each use, the Grain Mill can be easily cleaned with a dry, soft
brush or soft cloth.
If thorough cleaning is necessary, hand wash the Grain Mill in warm
water and dry all parts thoroughly.
Do not leave any part of the Grain Mill soaking in water.
Do not clean any part of the Grain Mill in a dishwasher.
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Helpful Tips
1. The Grain Mill can only be adjusted to a coarser setting after grinding
has begun. To adjust to a finer setting, empty the mill of all grain
before turning the adjustment knob. We suggest always starting the
Grain Mill adjusted to the finest setting.
2. Larger grains, such as corn, garbanzo or pinto beans, do not flow
through the Grain Mill well and should not be used.
3. The flow into the milling cone is gravity fed. This can be problematic
for very light items, like rolled oats and herbs. We do not recommend
putting these types of items through the grain mill.
4. While the Grain Mill is designed primarily for small grains like wheat
or rice, it can grind most dry, non-oily grains without damaging the
milling cones. Some things grind better than others. If in doubt, try it!
3
Mounting Instructions
Choose a firm, sturdy surface when mounting the Grain Mill. The best
surfaces are built-in countertops and heavy tables, like a dining room table.
These types of surfaces ensure the Grain Mill can remain in place while
grinding.
Open the clamp screw as wide as it will go by turning counter-clockwise.
Then push the Grain Mill forward, so the inside of the body sits flush with
the edge of the surface. Twist the clamp screw clockwise until it is tight
and the Grain Mill is securely in place (see mounting diagrams below).
Correct
Incorrect
4
Assembly Instructions
For proper assembly, please read ALL of
1
the following instructions:
1. With your Grain Mill mounted correctly
to a sturdy surface, insert the milling
cone shaft through the front of the
Grain Mill body (see diagram 1).
2. Push the nylon washer onto the shaft as
far as it will go (see diagram 2).
3. Push the handle onto the shaft by lining
up the square edges of the shaft with the
square hole in the handle (see diagram 2).
4. Screw the adjustment knob onto the end 2
of the shaft, just until it is snug (see
diagram 2).
5. Place the hopper on top of the Grain
Mill, making sure it is pushed all the way
down.
6. Place a shallow bowl or pan in front of
the Grain Mill, under the milling cone,
before you begin the grinding process
(see picture below).
7. Your Grain Mill is now completely assembled and ready for use.
Please see the Use Instructions on p. 6 before operating your product.
5
Use Instructions
DO NOT turn the handle if the Grain Mill is empty. This will
damage the milling heads.
Now that you have assembled your Grain Mill properly, read through
ALL of the following instructions before you start the grinding process.
1. Before you put grain into the hopper, select the desired coarseness
you want your flour to be by turning
the adjustment knob, clockwise for
fine and counterclockwise for coarse
(see diagram at right).
2. Never use tools to tighten the
adjustment knob, as it will damage
the mill.
3. For best results, adjust the knob
clockwise to the finest setting, just until
the knob is snug, then turn knob
counter-clockwise 1/4 turn to prevent
over tightening and possible damage to the milling cone. As you
grind, you can adjust the knob counter-clockwise, for a coarser
textures, if that is what is desired.
4. Do not start on a coarse setting, then adjust to a finer setting
while grinding. This is hard on the milling cone and will not
produce good results.
5. If you discover, after you have already begun grinding, that you want a
finer setting, you will need to disassemble your grain mill, clean out all
the grain from the body and milling cone and shaft, reassemble the
Grain Mill properly, then turn the adjustment knob clockwise, for a
finer setting, before adding your grain to the hopper.
6. Once you have your adjustment knob set, place two cups of grain into
the hopper.
7. Use only small, non-oily grains, such as rice, wheat, or barley in
the Grain Mill.
8. Turn the handle clockwise to begin grinding.
9. The Grain Mill will hold 2 cups of grain, which yields approximately 3
cups of fine flour, depending on the grain.
6
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The Grain Mill rocks from side to side
when the handle is cranked.
The Grain Mill is not properly
mounted and clamped. See p. 4 for
mounting instructions. Also, make
sure the surface you are using is
sturdy and immovable, such as a
built-in countertop.
I am grinding corn, beans or similar
sized items and very little or no flour
is produced.
Larger items, such as corn, garbanzo
beans, or similar sized grains, do not
flow well through the Grain Mill and
should not be used.
The grain mill only grinds coarse no
matter what I do.
See p. 5 for proper assembly
instructions and p. 6 for Use
Instructions. Be sure to read all steps
carefully. If the problem persists,
contact customer service at
866-257-4741.
I am trying to grind (X) and it doesn’t
seem to be working.
See p. 3 for Helpful Tips. If the
problem persists, contact customer
service at 866-257-4741.
7
Wheat Dough Recipe
½ c. Butter, melted
½ c. Sugar
2 c. very warm Water
2 tbsp Active Dry Yeast
In a stand mixer, beat above ingredients well. Then add:
2 c. White Wheat Flour
2 Eggs, beaten
2 tsp Salt
Once all of the ingredients are mixed together, add 3-4 more cups
of regular white flour, a little at a time, checking the consistency of
the dough constantly. When finished, the dough should feel very
sticky.
Let the dough rest for 5 minutes, then mix for 5 more minutes.
Using 1 tbsp of cooking oil, coat a large bowl thoroughly. Remove
dough from the stand mixer and place into the pre-greased bowl.
Rub the dough around in the bowl, so the outside of the dough also
becomes coated in oil. Then, cover and let rise until double in size,
or until an impression remains when poked.
Punch dough down and let rise another 10 minutes.
For Bread Loaves:
Divide dough in half, shape, and place into two greased, 8.5” X 4.5”
loaf pans. Let rise in loaf pans until double in size. Then bake in
oven, at 350°F, until golden brown, or when loaves sound hollow
when tapped. Remove from pan and let cool on a wire cooling
rack.
For Basic Rolls:
Form dough into 2-inch balls, place onto a greased baking pan and
let rise for 15 minutes. Bake in oven at 350°F for 20-30 minutes, or
until rolls are golden brown. Remove from oven and let cool.
8
For Cinnamon Rolls:
Roll dough out on a floured surface, into a rectangle. Pour ½ c.
butter onto dough and sprinkle with any of the following toppings:
Cinnamon, sugar, brown sugar, nuts and/or raisins. Roll up the
dough, starting with the short side. Once rolled, pinch the edge
closed and cut into 1 ½ inch rolls. Place cut rolls onto a greased
baking pan and let rise for 15 minutes. Bake in oven at 350°F for
20-30 minutes, or until rolls are golden brown. Remove from oven
and glaze with the frosting of your choice.
For Orange Rolls:
Roll dough out on a floured surface, into a rectangle. Pour ½ c.
butter onto dough and sprinkle with any of the following toppings:
orange zest and orange juice. Roll up the dough, starting with the
short side. Once rolled, pinch the edge closed and cut into 1 ½ inch
rolls. Place cut rolls onto a greased baking pan and let rise for 15
minutes. Bake in oven at 350°F for 20-30 minutes, or until rolls are
golden brown. Remove from oven and glaze with a powdered sugar
and orange juice frosting.
9
Product Warranty
Model VKP1012 - Grain Mill Warranty: 2 years
We are confident in the quality of our products and back up each
one with a limited warranty for the length of time specified above.
Should you experience any problems with your product, please
contact our customer service department.
All warranty claims must be accompanied by a proof of purchase
and are only valid if the appliance has been operated within the U.S.
and Canada and used for its intended purposes. This product is for
household use only.
Items Not Covered:
 Return shipping costs or returned items lost in transit.
 Damages to the product due to accident, misuse, abuse,
negligence, or if the appliance has been altered in any way.
 Products used outside of the United States and Canada.
Victorio Kitchen Products
1804 Sandhill Rd
Orem UT, 84058
By Phone: 866-257-4741
By Email: Help@Victorio.info
www.Victorio.info
© Copyright 2012 Victorio Kitchen Products, Inc. All rights reserved.
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