3 November 2000

No trouble at mill

with the Whisper

Fancy making healthy, wholesome bread and pastry from

home-milled flour? Well heres your chance with a high-

speed GrainMaster Whisper Mill. Were giving away two,

worth a total of £500, in this easy-to-win competition

ALL the advantages of an old stone mill but none of the problems. Thats what the Whisper Mill offers.

This compact domestic product will mill 1lb of bread flour in one minute and pastry-fine wholemeal flour takes just a little longer.

Theres no gumming, jamming or glazing. No overheating. No mess, no dust and less noise than from many other kitchen appliances.

It mills a range of other grains so it is suitable, for example, for people with gluten allergies. And its great with beans and peas – so it is ideal for thickening home-made soups.

"What could be better than baking bread and cakes with flour milled from wheat which you have watched grow or has come from a known local source," says Robert Ewin of retailers Magic Mill UK.

Interest in the product, which is perfectly at home in the modern kitchen, has increased in line with concerns over healthy eating and food traceability, says Mr Ewin.

Grain retains its vitamins and food value for years but starts to lose it soon after milling, he says. "So you keep more of the goodness and nutrients intact by milling only what you need, when you need it. Mill your own flour from whole grains and you get all the goodness that nature intended, including the roughage so important for you and your familys health.

"Anyone with previous experience of home-milling will also be amazed at the speed at which the grain is milled," he adds.

The Mill is maintenance free and has a lifetime warranty – the only thing to clean is the flour container.

TO ENTER:

For your chance to win a superb GrainMaster Whisper Mill simply answer the following question: How many pounds of bread flour will the Whisper Mill process in one minute?

Write the answer and your name and full address on a postcard and send it to Whisper Mill Competition, Farmers Weekly, Quadrant House, The Quadrant, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5AS to arrive no later than Friday, November 14.

The winners will be the senders of the first two correct answers drawn. Winners will be notified and the results published in farmers weekly. Usual competition rules apply. The judges decision is final. Magic Mill can be contacted on 01953 454625 or by visiting their web site at www.magicmilluk.co.uk