Electrically operated flake squeezeers are a fine thing. Almost noiselessly, they squeeze cereals for the portion of muesli in seconds at the touch of a button. Anything can be squeezeed, such as spices, cereals, oil seeds, sunflower seeds, but not whole nuts. Oats make the nicest flakes.
Unfortunately, there is not yet a large selection, which is probably due to the price and also because hand-held grain flakers squeeze almost as quickly and you usually don't need large quantities.
An advantage of electric grain flakers
They are free-standing and therefore do not need to be attached to a protruding table edge with a clamp.
Flake squeezer or flake mill?
Grain and Oat Flakers are often also called flake mills, which often leads to confusion, as a flaker is not a mill in the sense of a grain mill and therefore cannot be used to grind flour.
Cereal / oat flaker or grain mill?
And if you're wondering whether to get a grain mill or flaker, take a quick look at "Flaker or Mill?" an.
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