Hi, I'm new to all grain brewing having done my first all grain last weekend. I did the vorlauf step but gave up on getting the clarity that I expected from the descriptions after pulling off three or four gallons of wort with no real change in the pieces that I saw in the run off. I'm seeing some bits of hull go by - they're fairly small which makes me question the milling process. And I'm seeing is a lot of the dust, sometimes called flour, that comes from the milling process. I'm grinding my flour at my local brew supply store and their mill does seem to generate quite a bit of flour in the milling process. How do I deal with this? Should I just shake out the dust somehow before mashing? Should I buy a mill and increase the milled grain size so there's less flour? The brew is for a Dark Mild and clarity is not really much of an issue, but who wants to drink all that sediment? Sure most will settle out during fermentation, but I'd rather not have it in there in the first place and had assumed that vorlauf would take care of any issues like this. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.