Let’s all agree, the COVID-19 pandemic that turned our world upside down since 2020 is something we wish never to experience again. Still, if we adopt the “find the good in everything” motto, there’s one thing that’s positive about it: it’s the fact it served as a catalyst for the grain revolution that’s been ongoing since.

Taking into account we got more time on our hands during lockdowns, many used this as the chance to try out their skills at baking. This didn’t only present itself as the opportunity to #quarantinebake our stress away, taking our minds off our troubles by creating something tasty, but also as the initiative to make some ground-breaking changes with our nutrition and health.

You may never have thought of grinding your own flour as something essential, however if you’re into healthy living, it can be just what you were hoping for when it comes to increasing your diet’s nutritional value. Not to mention, all this kneading, proofing, and baking since last year resulted in a flour and yeast shortage in the supermarkets.

When you grind your own, you never have to fret about encountering problems of the sort. And, thanks to grinders like the incredible range of state-of-the-art Mock mill products, grinding your own flour has never been easier!

What Is the Grain Revolution?

Why, it’s only the most important health-related change you can implement in your life considering it has to do with flour and nutrients. You may lead the most active lifestyle, yet unless you pay attention to your diet too, you can’t expect to make any significant progress with your fitness and overall well-being.

As commercial refined flour is bleached and stripped of the essential nutrients in the likes of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, a process that makes it cheap and last longer on the shelves, it’s not exactly a great pick when it comes to flavourful baked goods that are equally healthy. Having in mind bread has been our staple food for millennia, it’s only natural to use it as the stepping stone when improving the diet.

What better way to do so than by baking your own bread with your own fresh flour? Once you start grinding your own whole grain flour full of fibre with the help of an affordable top-notch flour mill, you can have tasty and nutritional artisanal breads, along with a variety of other baked products. 

Okay, higher nutritional value aside, you may still be wondering whether it’s worth investing in your own Mock mill, and whether it’s worth grinding your own flour. Bear with me as I cover the benefits, you’d get to reap from both.

Why Should You Invest in Mockmill?

If you’re into milling your own flour, you might even like the idea of trying to do so with your small coffee grinder. Sure, this is a very economical solution, though it’s not that great when it comes to efficiency – the kind the Mockmill products were designed for.


Don’t be fooled by the small size, the variety of grain mill options from this brand are mighty machines. You’re going to love their compactness when you find the perfect spot for them on the countertop in no time, which wouldn’t be this easy with more robust designs. Their trademark small footprint makes them ideal even for kitchens with low cupboards. If you don’t intend to keep them ready for use at all times, you’d be glad to know they’re just as easy to store.

A Range of Settings

With this brand’s products you get a great sense of control over your grinding thanks to the wide range of settings you can try out. Depending on how fine you want the flour to be, you can choose from very fine to coarse, so you truly get a professional baking outcome. As you have fun with the various recipes, you can experiment with a different setting each time, so you get the most of grains and better feel their nutty, earthy, and spicy characteristics. As a result, this would help you create your own signature textures.

Fancy Design

If size, ease of use and control weren’t enough, let me praise the aesthetics of the Mock mill flour grinders. The ultra-modern design with sleek elegant lines is so eye-catching, you’re going to love showcasing it on your kitchen counter. And, you’ve got the chance to pick from two colours, white and wooden, so you can mix and match them with the rest of your appliances.

Speaking of which, there’s also sustainability you can count on since the white plastic alternative is made from 98% renewable, biodegradable, and vegetal materials. With the wooden models, you can get the heirloom effect that would also team up nicely with your kitchen counter bar stools.

While I’m at design, I can’t help but mention the amazing noise level that’s really far more acceptable than that of most competitor grinders. Given that both the Mockmill 100 360W) and Mockmill 200 (600 W) operate at high speeds, grinding isn’t that long either.

Easy Clean-Up

Being designed as user-friendly, you don’t just get to reap ease of use, you have cleanliness in your favour as this incredible design creates virtually no mess. Not only does it mill directly into your bowls, which you can wash up in no time, a grinder such as this (be it the Mockmill 100 or 200) makes it easy to access the different compartments as well. Besides the hassle-free thorough clean up, this is great to know in case a grain ever gets jammed where it shouldn’t.


Usually, most mills people get to use at home are only meant for the grains. Well, not with Mock mill! As it’s created to offer you first-class milling without breaking your bank, it would serve you for grinding a variety of spices and pulses too. Whether you’re into making your own artisanal breads from whole grains and seeds, like wheat, einkorn, emmer, oats, corn (though not popcorn!), milo, rye, quinoa, teff, superfoods like chia, buckwheat, or amaranth, great news is you can have fun experimenting with them all.

Other ingredients you can try grinding include legumes such as chick peas, dried peas, beans, lentils, as well as herbs and spices in the example of cloves, cumin, cinnamon flowers and sticks. Now, in addition to baking, it’s needless to point out this kind of appliance in the kitchen is also particularly handy for homebrewers who want to take their hobby up a notch and make their own recipes by mixing it up with the flavors.

Even certain ingredients that aren’t intended for Mockmill, like coffee and almonds, won’t exactly damage your appliance so you might try them out. Still, if you care about the lifespan of your beloved appliance, it’s best to avoid them as they contain high levels of oils.  Much like poppy seeds and sesame, they can easily clog the grinding stones.