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

Hmm Jan 8, 2010 02:17 AM


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.


  1. Kagemusha Jan 8, 2010 07:19 AM

    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.

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      Boodah Jan 8, 2010 08:32 AM

      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.


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      1. re: Boodah
        Arcadiaseeker Jan 9, 2010 06:59 AM

        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.

      2. simonj Jan 9, 2010 07:25 AM

        Nella Cuccina

        1. zukeeper Nov 20, 2010 07:15 AM

          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/
          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.

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