Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker with Timer

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The Automatic Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker is reliable and temperature controlled. The YM100 model has an automatic shut-off function timer that turns off the unit automatically at the end of the cooking cycle.

The yogurt maker has seven 6-ounce glass jars that can make up to 42 ounces of yogurt and the option of making seven different flavors at a time. This unit easily produces yogurt using the freshest ingredients without any artificial additive or preservatives.

Each jar comes with a bpa-free plastic screw-top lid for easy storage after the yogurt is made. The glass jars are dishwasher safe and the unit has a 3-year manufacturer warranty.

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  • From Jennifer at 4/16/2011 11:40 AM
    • With this yogurt maker would I be able to make new starter cultures for all my different yogurts at the same time? Or would I be at risk of contaminating the cultures?
    • Yogurt cultures are really pretty similar. There might be some cross-culturing between strains if you have them close together, but you'd still be getting yogurt in each container as a result. If you are concerned with keeping your strains separate and pure, you would probably be better off culturing each batch separately.
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  • From Sally at 6/26/2011 10:03 PM
    • How does this yogurt maker compare to the other one you are selling? What are the differences?
    • The main difference with this yogurt maker is that it has a timer, which will shut off the heater when the yogurt is finished.
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  • From Claudia at 8/3/2011 9:04 AM
    • In the picture, I noticed the jars without the lids. My questions are:
      1. Do jars come with lids?
      2. Do jars need to be lidded the process of yogurt making?
      Thanks!
    • The jars do come with the lids. You can make the yogurt with or without the lids on. It is largely a matter of preference, and how it works best for you. The lids can keep the yogurt from developing a dry "crust" on top, but they can also cause some condensation to occur. Ideally, you shouldn't have either problem, with or without the lids, but the water content of the milk, as well as the humidity in your environment, might make a difference.
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  • From Susan at 8/11/2011 11:26 AM
    • What is the maximum number of hours you can set the timer to?
    • The timer can be set to between 3 and 15 hours.
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  • From Gittel at 9/9/2011 1:57 AM
    • Can I start a batch of yogurt (my first time) from a store-bought yogurt or do I have to use the starter sets I saw on this site?
    • You can add 1-2 tablespoons of high quality plain yogurt (with active cultures) per cup of milk. Heat the milk to 180 degrees and then cool to 110 degrees. Add the yogurt and mix well; place it in your yogurt maker and you should have yogurt in the next 12-24 hours!
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  • From Kat at 1/29/2012 11:27 AM
    • I live in Europe - is the yogurt maker dual-voltage (110-240) or just 110v?
    • This model is only 110V.
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  • From Sarah at 4/10/2012 1:38 PM
    • I've been watching your videos and looking around your site. How does kefir differ from yogurt? In a house that cools off during the day, should I be using a machine like this to keep my kefir at your recommended 70deg?
      Thank you!
    • Kefir is different in that it contains different bacteria than yogurt and also contains beneficial yeasts. The yogurt maker would be too hot for the kefir. It would be better to use a dehydrator, a oven with the light on, or just a warmer place in your house.
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  • From Lee at 12/30/2012 7:48 PM
    • Can you use any glass mason/canning jar with this yogurt maker or do you have to use the ones provided? Also, for the jars provided, do the lids screw on?
      Thanks so much!
    • The glass mason jars will not fit into this yogurt maker. The lids are screw-top.
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  • From Cat at 1/9/2013 7:13 PM
    • Are the included lids metal or food-grade plastic or what? And if plastic, are they BPA-free? Thanks much.
    • Yes! The lids are indeed BPA-free plastic.
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  • From Becca at 1/21/2013 10:58 PM
    • I'm not quite understanding what part of the yogurt making process this saves time (or effort?) on; do you just add the milk and cultures right into the jars, turn it on, and it's done hours later, or does the milk still require heating, cooling, etc. Thank you for the clarification! Becca
    • A yogurt maker is an efficient way to maintain the temperature necessary to culture the milk (110°). You would still have to heat then cool your milk to 110° before adding the culture. The small jars are perfect for making and storing your yogurt in single serving portions.
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SIMPLE Yogurt Maker Review by J
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Just a little cooking and chemistry and there you have the makings for some really good homemade yogurt. The maker is so simple to use and the yogurt is really tasty. You'll need to experiment a little with the total fermentation time; too long and the result is a little curdled on the bottom of the jars. A slightly shorter time results in a smooth and creamy yogurt, not too sharp, not too dull. This is a fun way to make all the yogurt you want.

(Posted on 8/31/2014)

Easy for busy people Review by dipperanch
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I've been making my own yogurt for years with a yogurt maker I picked up in a second-hand store. However, that maker went haywire awhile ago and overheated. I heard about Cultures for Health on a cooking show on NPR and got interested in the heirloom strains of yogurt. Before I had been mixing some of my favorite commercial brands as starter. The heirlooms were interesting, a little complicated by all the choices, but I didn't have a good way to keep them heated while culturing. So I tried the Yogotherm. But it is just too cold in my uninsulated house in the winter, I couldn't regularly get a good culture even by wrapping the Yogotherm in a down vest. Finally, I decided to order the Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker. I have only tried it twice so far but it is so easy and fits well into my busy life. yummmm.

(Posted on 5/4/2014)

Wonderful! Review by Cathy
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Was leery at first for the expense...but it works great and I don't have to worry! Perfect every time!

(Posted on 4/25/2014)

Great way to start making yogurt - very easy and convenient Review by KateM
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I'm new to yogurt making and liked the idea of a yogurt maker to regulate the temperature and do the timing for me. So far I've made three batches and am delighted. I know you can make yogurt without this, but convenience and ease is important to me and this really fits the bill. I love it!

(Posted on 4/10/2014)

Great way to start making yogurt - very easy and convenient Review by KateM
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I'm new to yogurt making and liked the idea of a yogurt maker to regulate the temperature and do the timing for me. So far I've made three batches and am delighted. I know you can make yogurt without this, but convenience and ease is important to me and this really fits the bill. I love it!

(Posted on 4/10/2014)

Great little machine Review by infamousmare
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I am usually leery of single-use gadgets, especially those that take up a lot of storage space. This is one that passed my "must have" test. Here's why I love it:
1. GLASS JARS! Easy to clean, no worries about the possibility of nasty chemicals leaching into my kids' yogurt. Oh, and the single-serve thing is just genius. Pop one out of the 'fridge and give directly to hungry kiddo (Mom-if you're reading this, don't worry. The baby has hers spooned into a baby-proof bowl).
2. The timer. Sure, you need to fetch the jars after they're finished and get them into the 'fridge; however, if you're like me, you lose track of time. I'd rather the yogurt sit there at room temp for a little while than continue cooking away while I'm off doing whatever it is I do all day...and, for the sake of honesty, setting an outside timer isn't quite in the cards for me. I have an older oven with a timer that could wake the dead, so having a soft chime is lovely - especially since I have children who nap. :-)
3. The unit is a snap to clean. No nooks or crannies - just wipe it down with a damp cloth.
4. Are you still here? GO BUY THIS! :D

(Posted on 3/12/2014)

used it once Review by newbie
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it worked
The light goes out when it the time is up
It has numbers you set for hours

(Posted on 12/14/2013)

Nice Review by Cindy
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I have used this for about 5 batches of yogurt so far & have no complaints.

One suggestion, would be nice if it had a small knob or handle on the top of the cover to facilitate lifting the cover.

I would recommend this to anyone.

(Posted on 12/15/2012)

Nice! Review by Cindy
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This is my first yogurt machine. Works fine, no complaints, just a suggestion. If it had a handle on the top of the lid to pick up the lid it would be perfect!

I would definitely recommend this yogurt maker.

(Posted on 10/31/2012)

Love mine Review by BeeDee
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I use mine at least twice a week and I love it!

(Posted on 2/8/2012)



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