Met the real food with best ingredients

Cooking works as meditation when love and patience are the main ingredients. Food is not a stuff to fill your stomach only, but nourish your body and mind as well. A lot of efforts, emotions, and best chosen ingredients, at last but not the least your willingness to cook are the key factors to create culinary wonders. Both the quality and quantity of ingredients plays a vital role in adding taste and flavor to a dish.

If the ingredients which are being used to cook a delicacy are fresh, hygienic and are used in accurate amount, undoubtedly the magic of your hand will turn them into scrumptious dishes. Fresh food with fresh ingredients always taste more relishing and healthful. Freshness in life in any form bring happiness, positivity which ultimately leads to a healthier you.

In Indian cuisine flour and spices are unavoidable ingredients in most of the recipes. For those times when you find it difficult to get fresh flour of any particular grain for any particular dish, need not to worry anymore, Greenfuture has brought a perfect solution for all these concerns.We are happy to introduce these wonderful milling equipment in India in 11 models delivering different capacities with same precision.

All models are surprisingly close packed (compact in size) that can be placed on your kitchen counter very conveniently, settled in less space. Adding this atta chakki in your kitchen gadgets means you are adding hygiene, freshness and more nutrition in your life. Operating these milling machine is quite a pretty easy task. They do not need any specific process of installation, nor do they require any technique to operate them. What all you have to do is just plug the mill in, press the button on and go for it. Many times few recipes demands different grain flour in less quantity for which you do not wanna store that for longer. Don’t worry with this Chhota Jadugar ( domestic flour mill ) even a spoonful of grain/spices/pulses can be ground finely without any process loss. Believe me, the taste and nutritional value of dishes using fresh flour and spices increases manifolds. Permeated aroma of home ground fresh beat quality is the proof indeed. Practicing this hygienic and healthful habit in your regular cooking enhance the flavor of course but improves your health issues as well.

Do give these domestic flour mills a try to achieve, “health bhi, taste bhi”

So, do not delay get yours in your kitchen.




To learn more about whole grains’ relationship with diabetes prevention and management, we caught up with Dr. Philip Scharper, an ophthalmologist who works with many patients with diabetes complications, and who is also the founder of Serious Oats® hot cereal.

Diabetes is a chronic condition in which the body is not able to metabolize carbohydrates properly, leading to high levels of sugar in the blood. Whether you have diabetes or not, it’s important to make your carbs count. In fact, the American Diabetes Association names whole grains as one of their top 10 “diabetes super-foods.” To learn more about whole grains’ relationship with diabetes prevention and management, we caught up with Dr. Philip Scharper, an ophthalmologist who works with many patients with diabetes complications, and who is also the founder of Serious Oats® hot cereal.

Old-ways Whole Grains Council: What does research tell us about diabetes prevention? Are there lifestyle changes we can make that have been shown to reduce our risk of developing diabetes?

Dr. Philip Scharper: Whether you are at risk or not, staying physically active and maintaining a healthy diet are two of the best ways to keep yourself on the right path. Making healthy choices at meal time is the easiest place to start. Choose a diet rich with fiber and whole grains to help maintain your blood sugar levels and minimize insulin sensitivity. Stay away from foods that are high in simple carbohydrates that will spike your blood sugar levels. And get moving. The body uses insulin more efficiently for up to 70 hours after exercise. So exercising three or four times a week is extremely beneficial in prevention and management of diabetes.

WGC: What are some common misconceptions you hear about diabetes?

PS: It is a common misconception that eating too many sweets is the only way to get Type 2 diabetes. Though sugar plays a role, it is important to understand the whole picture. Learn about what you are eating. For example, the difference between a simple carbohydrate and a complex carbohydrate is a good place to start. Simple carbohydrates like glucose, fructose, sucrose, which are found in fruit juice and corn syrup, are composed of easy-to-digest basic sugars. Complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, brown rice, and legumes are rich in fiber and break down slower in the digestive system. This slower breakdown prevents your body from experiencing spikes in blood sugar which is important in managing Type 2 diabetes. In fact, a recent study suggests that increasing one’s intake of whole-grain wheat, oats, and rye helps to reduce a person’s risk for developing Type 2 diabetes for this very reason.

WGC: As a doctor, it must have been quite an eye-opener to get involved in the food industry as well. Can you describe your journey to creating a line of healthy food products, and what inspires you?

PS: My experience as a physician was the catalyst to the creation of Serious Oats®. I work many days where it is common to go 6 to 8 hours or more without eating… I wanted to find a combination of nutrients that would keep me satiated and fueled during long hours in the operating room or clinic. As an ophthalmologist and retina specialist, I see many patients struggling with the effects of diabetes. Both Types 1 and 2 diabetes are potentially blinding, causing retinopathy, glaucoma and cataracts.  I have found that, like me, my patients also struggle to find convenient, healthy and tasty meal options. I am proud to have created something that can hopefully help patients avoid the devastating effects of diabetes.


It’s official: FDA has defined how the term “gluten free” can be used on food labels. This ruling has been a long time coming; Congress asked FDA to set a standard in 2004 and FDA published a proposed rule in January 2007–and here we are, 9 years later, with a ruling!

According to the new rule, foods may be labeled with the words “gluten free” if the food is inherently gluten-free and/or if it contains less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.

This level came as no surprise, as it was the level talked about for some time, and is in line with levels already adopted by Canada and the european union. Because the 20 ppm level has been talked about for so long, most commercial products on the market are thought to be already observing the “new” FDA definition.

The rule becomes effective 30 days after publication in the Federal Register, but foods currently in the pipeline may still appear on grocers’ shelves for up to a year, as long as their labels are truthful and not misleading. The new standard is voluntary, which means that gluten-free foods are not required to be labeled as such – just that, if the term gluten-free is used, it must meet this definition.

FDA is not mandating any particular format or positioning of these words on the label; they’re not part of the Nutrition Facts Panel, for instance. There’s also no official government logo or symbol being proposed.

Just as we saw “cholesterol free” slapped on fruits, vegetables and other foods with no cholesterol a few decades ago, we can now expect “gluten free” to appear on foods that are inherently gluten free, as companies try to cash in on interest in gluten free foods. (FDA gives the example of bottled spring water.) In the case of gluten, however, labeling makes more sense. Cholesterol doesn’t cross-contaminate nearby foods, and we’ve never heard of anyone who gets sick if they accidentally eat a tiny amount of cholesterol. 

It’s different with gluten. Although gluten (a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and triticale) is not a problem for most people, an estimated one percent of the population has celiac disease, a condition in which even small amounts of gluten can cause serious health problems. Another small percentage of people have what’s called non-celiac gluten sensitivity; while they do not react to gluten as seriously as do celiacs, they feel better when they avoid gluten. Even foods inherently gluten-free – including most whole grains – could be contaminated with gluten during processing or manufacturing or even during the growing process. 

So this ruling is good news for everyone with gluten intolerance of any level. The Whole Grains Council is delighted that the FDA has at long last finalized this important standard.

hawos Billy, Queen and Mill

The classic beauty for fans of straight-forward objectivity

The flour mills Billy, Queen and Mill present them – selves in the same shape but with housings made from different materials.

The hawos Mill is made of solid beech wood, a linseed oil varnish protects the surface and optimally accents the lively grain of the solid wood.

High-grade plywood is used in the housing of the Billy and Queen models. Special gluing of the individual layers of the housing guarantees a particularly high degree of stability. Our plywood presents itself with avant-garde reserve – in birch with Billy and beech with Queen.

Billy, Queen and Mill are each available in a compact construction featuring a 360-watt motor or the more powerful and larger variant with 600 watts

The big differences are sometimes very small

Basic information on flour mills

Do you want to start consuming wholefoods? Have you recognized the essential value of guaranteed freshness? Then milling your own flour is one of the first important steps you should take. With your hawos flour mill, you can mill grain in the comfort of your own home and process it right away.

Quality and Durability

hawos offers you the right mill for your needs. Choosing the right model depends on the amount you want to process and your own basic preference: Our manually operated Rotate requires no power and produce little noise when in use. The electric mills are more convenient and available in numerous configurations, sizes, shapes and colors. The tables on the last few pages provide you with information on the differences between the models to help you make your purchase decision. We don’t compromise when it comes to our technical standards. We only manufacture in Germany and Austria and offer a 10-year warranty on our household flour mills and a 2-year warranty on mills used commercially

We particularly emphasize the following:

• Long life-cycle

• Timeless design

• Proven, robust materials

• Materials from sustainable agriculture

• proven motor engineering

• Quiet – despite high output

• Simple, easy-to-understand engineering

• designed for ease of use, cleaning and maintenance