I am going to grind my own blue corn and the recipe calls for calcium hydroxide (1 TBSP to 1 pound of corn, boil for 15 minutes, soak for several hours, rinse well, dry and grind). I did not want to spend over $100 for a grain mill but may think about a Kitchen-Aid attachment if hand grinders look too flimsy. Biggest problem I've run into is trying to find a source for the Ca(OH)2. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. Bob
You usually measure it in shots, not teaspoons.
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