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"SIMPLE Yogurt Maker"

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...

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Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker with Timer

SKU: 4239
Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker with Timer YMX650
$49.99

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Prepares yogurt in 6-10 hours, depending on thickness desired. Prepares all-natural, rich and creamy yogurt. Allows you to control sweetness, ingredients, fat content, and thickness of yogurt. Make up to 42 ounces of yogurt. Clear lid allows for viewing of cooking process. Seven – 6oz Glass containers allows for making up to seven different types of yogurt at once with seven date setting lids.

  • Brushed metal accents.
  • Includes seven 6-ounce glass jars with seven date setting lids. 
  • Eat healthy, makes nutritious yogurt right at home. Make different flavor with each glass jars. 
  • Simple operation with 15 hour blue LED Digital timer display beeps when yogurt is ready. 
  • Automatic shut-off | Cord storage | Individual glass jar lids storage.
  • Dishwasher safe glass jars. 
  • 13 watts of power | 3 year warranty | Model: EuroCuisine YM650
  • CUL approved | Italian inspired design | BPA free.
  • Country of Origin: China

 

 

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14 Reviews For "Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker with Timer"

  1. Nice

    by Cindy on 12 Sat,2012

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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.

  2. Makes it easy

    by MM on 02 Sun,2015

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    This yogurt maker makes it easy to make homemade yogurt. I'm happy it has glass jars, and they are just the right size for me. Just set the timer and forget it. Great item.

  3. works

    by thornsteel on 07 Sun,2015

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    wife loves this = 1st batch was great!

  4. Love mine

    by BeeDee on 02 Wed,2012

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    I use mine at least twice a week and I love it!

  5. Nice!

    by Cindy on 10 Wed,2012

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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.

  6. Great way to start making yogurt - very easy and convenient

    by KateM on 04 Thu,2014

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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!

  7. Great way to start making yogurt - very easy and convenient

    by KateM on 04 Thu,2014

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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!

  8. SIMPLE Yogurt Maker

    by J on 08 Sun,2014

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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.

  9. Love, love, love

    by Sue on 08 Wed,2016

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    I have had my yogurt maker now for about 3-4 weeks. I have made yogurt each week. I have no complaints about this product. I had a Salton yogurt maker back in the day but this machine is so much superior. Love the top rack for lids. Very quiet when running (actually you would not even know it was running). Jars are 6 oz each which is a good size. I run it for 13 hours to get the texture I want. It was a bit high in cost and I debated on which machine to buy. I made the right decision. This machine has a timer and turn off.

  10. Great little machine

    by infamousmare on 03 Thu,2014

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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

  11. Wonderful!

    by Cathy on 04 Fri,2014

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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!

  12. I love it!

    by Jennifer on 03 Sat,2015

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    I used to make raw milk yogurt in my dehydrator for my kids, but then we all went dairy free due to my youngest with an emerging dairy allergy. I decided to try this yogurt maker because the portions are perfect for my kids, I don't have to worry about whether my dehydrator's temp is consistent enough and it just sits on my counter and does what it does best while I have my attention on other things. The only thing that I was disappointed about is the plastic lid is very breakable. My daughter dropped it on our ceramic tile kitchen floor and a big chunk of the corner broke off. I fixed it by taping it with clear packing tape and it works great still, just not as nice looking anymore.

  13. used it once

    by newbie on 12 Sun,2013

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    it worked
    The light goes out when it the time is up
    It has numbers you set for hours

  14. Easy for busy people

    by dipperanch on 05 Mon,2014

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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.

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  • From Linda at 2/3/2016 10:41 PM
    • Can I use soy milk and also regular milk, skim and 1%
    • Soy milk can be used in the EuroCuisine although you will likely need a thickening agent, soy does not coagulate like dairy and usually needs a little help. You will find information about thickeners here: http://www.culturesforhealth.com/thickening-homemade-yogurt Skim and 1% milk can also be used, the results may be thinner than using whole milk but it will still be delicious.
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  • From Aramide at 11/5/2015 3:07 PM
    • What is the voltage for this machine? Can this machine be used in Europe -UK for example?
    • This machine runs at 120 volts, so it may be an appropriate appliance depending on your location.
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  • From Cindy at 8/24/2015 7:52 PM
    • Can I use this to make greek yogurt, or do I need a separate strainer?
    • Our Greek Yogurt can be made using any yogurt maker or method that maintains a consistent temperature between 105° and 112°. To achieve that delightful store-bought Greek style texture, you will want to strain the whey which can be done with cheesecloth, butter muslin or the Greek Yogurt Maker-Strainer.
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  • From Koji San at 3/28/2015 6:13 AM
    • Can this machine be used to make amasake or Chinese rice wine or would the larger 2 quart (I think) work better for this purpose? Also, could I use guar gum or another thickener if I make yogurt with this machine? Thank You very much! KS
    • This machine runs at about 110°F and so cannot get hot enough to culture amazake.
      It does work very well to culture yogurts with thickeners. Here is a link to more information about thickening yogurt: http://www.culturesforhealth.com/thickening-homemade-yogurt
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  • From Bree at 2/5/2015 11:21 PM
    • Hi,

      Can I use this yoghurt maker to make yoghurt fermented for 24 hours plus?

      Thank you
    • You can, however the time will need to be reset after 15 hours.
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  • From Ginny at 1/3/2015 8:44 PM
    • What are the units dimensions?
    • The dimensions are:
      Length 12"
      Width 12"
      Height 8"
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  • From Prisd at 12/9/2014 6:35 PM
    • Can you use this yogurt maker to make coconut, soy, or almond milk yogurt?
    • This yogurt maker works very well for making non dairy yogurt.
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  • From Ginny Moro at 8/2/2014 10:49 AM
    • I have had this yogurt maker for many years. I just began to use it again. In the book it says something about only use the starter once I do not understand. Don't I always have a starter going forward devoting one jar to my next batch?

      Thank you!!
    • The instructions that come with the yogurt maker often refer to using direct-set (single-use) yogurt starter or even using store yogurt as starter. In those cases, you may be able to re-culture using a small amount of your previous batch as starter for the next batch. Eventually, you will need some fresh starter or store yogurt.

      There are also heirloom (reusable) cultures, such as our Greek and Bulgarian Starters, that are reusable indefinitely, as long as you make a new batch every 7 days.
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  • From Angie at 6/13/2014 8:17 AM
    • How many ounces does each jar hold?
    • Each of the 7 jars holds 6 ounces.
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  • From Jane Ackerman at 4/15/2014 11:24 AM
    • It says on the directions to only use your homemade yogurt for culture once! Does this mean once the next batch is made I can no longer use the strain and need to buy more culture?
    • The directions assume you are using a direct-set starter or yogurt from the store as your starter.

      If you are using an heirloom yogurt starter, you will be able to reculture the strain indefinitely if proper culturing guidelines are followed.
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