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    Rich, creamy and thick- this beautiful yogurt maker from Eurocuisine, with a 2 qt glass jar, will provide delicious results every time! Use the unit to make your favorite kind of yogurt and then, if desired, use the draining bag to produce a thick, protein-rich Greek yogurt!!

    This unit will only maintain the temps as needed to set your yogurt. You will need to heat your milk on the stove first, add the culture and then pour the milk into the unit for incubating.

    Product Features:

    • Ideal for preparing regular or Greek-style yogurt.
    • Creates up to two quarts of yogurt in six to eight hours.
    • On/off switch and indicator light provide easy use.
    • Cotton draining bag lets you make your own greek yogurt or yogurt cheese.

    What's Included:

    • Yogurt Maker
    • 2qt Glass jar with screw top lid
    • FREE Y3-Creamy Yogurt culture (5pk)
    • Thermometer
    • Cheese bag

    Product Construction & Care:

    • Hand wash
    • Manufacturer's 3-year limited warranty
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    From: Oregon

    Yogurt maker

    Love this little machine! Makes greek yogurt overnight. My first batch I used the handy draining bag. Second batch I added 1 cup of powdered milk and 1/4 of the first batch. Perfect!

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    • need%20to%20use%20electricity
    From: Canada

    Consistantly consistant

    I've used a Yogoterm before and got good yogurt most of the time. I was not ready to use "electricity" to make yogurt for a long time (like 20 + years). I decided to buy this yogurt maker for two reasons: the glass container and the possibility to make Greek yogurt. The Y3 culture being included was also an incentive. I love the yogurt that this maker allows me to produce, no matter what kind of milk I use (mostly goat)! The Y3 culture also makes a delicious yogurt!