Today was the day.
I got the new Wonder Mill out of the box and gathered rice, amaranth, brown rice and millet and started grinding. It went smoothly, the grinder did clog up once when I was grinding the amaranth but I cleaned it out and it started back up again. From then on I added the amaranth slowly instead of all at once. Everything else I could dump in and leave it until it was done grinding. I didn't bother to clean out the container in between batches of different kinds of flours. Just for fun I wanted to see how much flour comes from 1 cup of grain. I measured out 1 cup of amaranth and ground it into 1 3/4 cups of flour. I do like the Wonder Mill better than my K-tec I used for wheat flour before going GF. It cleans up easier, runs quieter, and grinds faster.
I made up 8 bread "mixes" which I am hoping will last me 3 months. I lined up all the ingredients, labeled large baggies and made them up assembly line style. I am going to store them in the freezer because they contain ground flax seed. I also made a bulk batch of Amaranth Pancake and Waffle Mix and Everyday Pancake and Waffle Mix.
It was very satisfying to see all the different kinds of flours and the grains they come from. I also like seeing all my containers full and knowing that I have mixes on hand.