Almost any variety of
nut can be turned into delicious nut butter. However, many varieties
do not contain enough natural oil for butters and oil must be added.
The amount of oil will vary with the variety of nut; for best results,
use a salad or cooking oil with a neutral flavor (walnuts require very
little oil). When adding oil, pour the oil into the feeder throat as
the nuts are being homogenized.
Do not continue to make
nut butter when the juicer body becomes excessively warm. Most nut
butters can only be made in small amounts.
Assemble the Champion
for homogenizing. Use the funnel for easier insertion of the nuts.
Feeding the nuts slowly will produce a creamy nut butter. Fast feeding
will result in a crunchy nut butter.
Either fresh roasted or
canned peanuts may be used to make peanut butter. Salted peanuts make
the best tasting peanut butter.
AND CASHEW NUT BUTTERS
Use raw or roasted nuts.
Salt to taste.
MAKE FLOUR, CORN MEAL, COFFEE WITH A GRAIN MILL ATTACHMENT
Easy to Install
Clean, dust-free operation
Simple to adjust for coarse
or fine materials
Grind only free flowing
grains such as wheat, rye, oats, barley or rice. When running red wheat,
back off the adjustment knob one notch; never grind paste.
Coffee beans, pepper corns,
or mung beans can be run on any setting.
Soybeans or dry field
corn can be run with the adjustment knob backed off one notch.
Nut meats, dried beans,
garbanzo (chickpeas), dried herbs, etc., are not recommended for use
with the grain mill. These materials will gum up the grinding plates
and cause the unit to run hot.
For best results, check
and clean grain mill between each use.
Order from your local
dealer or contact: Plastaket Manufacturing Company, Lodi, California.