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Yogotherm Yogurt Maker 2 Quarts

Yogotherm Yogurt Maker 2 Quarts (E69)

4.27 stars, based on 11 reviews
2-QT CAPACITY. (BPA FREE) At last, a yogurt maker that uses no energy to incubate your yogurt. This styrofoam-insulated container maintains uniform temperature, thus avoiding hot or cool spots. It is light, convenient and easy to clean (only...
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I love this yogurt maker. I just got it and made perfect yogurt. I had tried several different methods and incubating it myself but the results were never consistent. I don't know if the bulgarian culture made the difference but it was wonderful!

Tulsa OK

Favorite Still

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  • No electricity needed
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I've had one of these for many years. I don't remember how long ago I purchased it, but I store it in the box it came in and it still looks good. Several years ago I purchased an extra pail for it in case the original ever wears out of if I'm storing a batch in the frig and want to make another batch.

We really enjoy yogurt so a 2 quart batch doesn't last too long with two of us eating it. I make mine with powdered milk and add more milk powder than I'd use to make milk for drinking. I fill the pail with hot water to warm it up while I'm waiting for the heated milk to cool enough to add the starter. Just before I'm ready to pour the batch into the pail, I dump out the water and pour my milk with culture into the still warm pail. Pour the warm milk into the pail, close the lid and put the pail into the YogoTherm unit. I usually place the Yogotherm on a heavy bath towel that I wrap around it for the duration. I've had great results whether I leave it for 6 hours or 12 hours. My yogurt is usually thick enough due to the added milk powder, but can be strained to thicken it more.

Good Product

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<p>The Yogotherm is a simple solution that works great. It makes 1/2 gallon of fresh, great yogurt at a time (I wish there was a 1 gallon size). The removable bucket is easy to store in the fridge - and clean when it is empty. It does not require electricity, so I do not have to worry about the hazard of leaving the thing plugged in. I just did a quick search on the Internet for other yogurt makers, and I did not find anything even close to this product for simplicity, durability and capacity (even though I still wish they had a 1 gallon version). We have had our Yogotherm for 7 years, and we are going to pick up another. The only negative thing I can say is that I believe the product costs about 20-30percent more than it should. I am going to buy a second one anyway.</p>

Minnesota

Holy cow - I'd give this 10 stars!

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Just got my yogotherm a couple of days ago. This was my first attempt at making yoghurt, and it's absolutely the best we've ever had! Incredibly fast & easy. Used Stonyfield yoghurt as the starter, local organic skim milk, and about 10 minutes of work. I didn't need to use the suggested milk powder or gelatin to get it really thick, just followed the instructions for draining off the whey (also delicious - I'll use it in my cooking). Why-oh-why did I not do this years ago? I think I'm saving $4-6/week. Thanks so much for the best new product I've tried in years! (Also fast delivery and helpful customer service.)



The size wasn't a problem. I let the yoghurt sit out overnight in the yogotherm (at the suggestion of customer service), drained it for an hour or two, then put the yoghurt into a regular 1-quart yoghurt container for refrigeration.

I really is a great buy

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I bought the Yogotherm a few years ago from you. When it arrived, I thought I paid a lot for the plastic container and moulded styrofoam insulation, but I proceeded ahead anyway and have not been disappointed since. It has been a joy to use the maker and the yogurt always turns out fantastic. It's still got lots of life left, although the styrofoam insulation has gotten a bit yucky looking, and that is perhaps the only downside, that you really can't clean it up. But the bottom line is, it still makes great yogurt--and doesn't at all need electricity.

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