I enjoyed playing with my nifty WonderMill and can’t wait to experiment more. I have plans to pre sprout, then dry and then ground some gluten free grains and see how the resulting flour works and tastes. I can’t wait! My only sad discovery was not being able to grind almonds or coconuts in it, but considering I could grind everything else I threw at it from garbonzo beans and teff (not to mention all the other legume flours that you simply can’t buy), I feel it was worth it. And grinding corn that I dried last summer made the most amazing corn bread imaginable, with an intensely fresh corn flavor. Simply amazing, and wonderful to be able to adjust the setting from pastry to regular to coarse ground. Almonds and coconut can be ground in a good quality blender, but I have never seen garbonzos ground so well in anything else home ground. Thank you, WonderMill!