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Looking for a Kitchenaid mixer grain mill attachment (GMA) in GTA

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Hello,

I was hoping someone had seen the grain mill attachment for the Kitchenaid stand mixer for sale at a store in Toronto.

I have searched many retailers (10+) and all say they do not carry it. I really don't want to resort to ordering online from the U.S.A.

Cheers.

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    1. With the C$ presently up, US buys aren't as punishing, This has always been a hard-to-find item here and rarely stocked by the Cdn distributor. Tried for months once with the Kitchenaid/Whirlpool distrib. a few years back and got nowhere. Friends have 'em and they're fine for small jobs. Something bigger and stronger is indeed advisable if you're doing several pounds/week+. Try the local distributor first.

      1. Try calling the folks up at Cayne's Housewares in North York. They're generally the cheapest place in the city to get Kitchen Aid mixers and associated attachments.

        http://www.cayneshousewares.com

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        1. re: Boodah

          Boodah I second Caynes -- it's the cheapest place to buy a Kitchenaid in town. And they have good selection -- we bought one for my sis for her birthday in October at Caynes.

          1. I realize this is a pretty old post, but it still comes up in searches, so I'm replying...

            Caynes is NOT the least expensive place in town for KitchenAid items. I have had better luck at:
            Arora Electric (downtown on Bloor): http://www.aroraelectric.ca/
            and
            Ezee's Housewares (North York): http://www.ezeesonline.com/
            Ezee's has the worst website ever, so you're best to phone them and ask for stock and pricing.

            Among other items, I purchased my KitchenAid Pro600 and a Panasonic inverter microwave there and got a screaming package deal - Caynes couldn't touch that price.

            About the grain mill attachment - that's a tricky one to find in town, but Amazon.com now stocks it.