Post by grammagrace on Apr 7, 2021 19:23:30 GMT -5
I want to find a grain grinder that will turn granulated sugar into powdered. Will a flour mill do that? I tried in my little ninja and my son's food processor ninja. It stays gritty no mater how long it runs. Prefer a hand turn one. I saw some inexpensive ones in a search and I saw some that made me head spin. Saw a kitchen aid one for a bit over 100$. But I'd really prefer a hand one just in case. So if you have a grain grinder, have you tried sugar? Am I completely off my rocker on this idea. Powdered sugar in bags tastes nasty to me. And it's hard to find in the box.
Have you tried sifting it? I tried making it a couple times long ago without success. I haven’t tried my grain mill but it would be an interesting experiment. I know the organic powdered sugar has added tapioca starch as well which is very powdery.
Post by simplynaturalfarm on Apr 7, 2021 20:56:09 GMT -5
It is very hard to do - I've used coffee grinders, vitamix etc and you sift after and less than half of powdered and clumps with any storage or moisture. I make my own for mite testing bees. I don't like powdered sugar flavor either
Post by grammagrace on Apr 7, 2021 21:44:35 GMT -5
Thanks all. I never thought about the coffee grinder. Nor did I think about putting it through a really fine sifter. I am starving for doughnuts. All the ones I find have artificial in them. I want to make the yeast kind and be able to dip them. My sister made some last year and shared. But of course she used bag powdered sugar. One bite was all I could do. I've been hungry for them since. I thought a mill for flour might do the powderedsugar. .
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