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I love the yogurt that comes out of this product! Holds the temperature beautifully and I can count on every batch of yogurt turning out perfectly. Best of all, it takes up very little room and doesn't use electricity.

- Judy

Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator

SKU: 4265
$39.95

Availability: In stock

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A reliable way to make yogurt without electricity. The insulated container maintains the appropriate temperature throughout the culturing process. Lightweight and easy to clean, this is a wonderful way to make yogurt at home.

  • Easy to use, no electricity required
  • Holds temperature for up to 8 hours
  • 2-quart capacity
  • Removable components
  • Simple maintenance
  • BPA-free interior, high-quality, glossy exterior finish
  • Handwash only recommended

 

Inner Dimensions: 

  • Height 6-3/8 inches
  • Top diameter 6-1/2 inches
  • Bottom diameter 5-3/8 inches

 

Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator Can Be Used to Make:

  • Yogurt cultured with direct-set starter cultures, yogurt cultured with commercial yogurt as starter, and heirloom yogurt, if culture has been activated using another appliance.
  • Kefir
  • Fresh Cheese
  • Sour Cream
  • And More!

 

This yogurt maker can be used with our Traditional Flavored Yogurt Starter, Mild Flavored Yogurt Starter, Greek Yogurt Starter, Bulgarian Yogurt Starter, and Vegan Yogurt Starter.

 

       
Erin  

Why I Love This Product

I use my yogortherm at least once every week to culture yogurt! I love it because it is so simple to use. There are no electric outlets needed, no batteries, nothing. Just pour in at least 1 quart (2 is better) of warm milk and cultures and throw the lid on and you are making yogurt! I have done 24 hour batches in this and it has worked wonders. This is the perfect product for someone making large batches of yogurt who does not want to have to worry about it changing temperatures. Check out my blog post on using the yogotherm

Erin, Content Contributor

 

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25 Reviews For "Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator"

  1. Worked Wonderfully

    by Zen Momma on 03 Thu,2013

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    I used my Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator to make 2 quarts of yogurt from raw goats milk. It worked beautifully! I did heat a quart of water to boiling, put that into a covered mason jar and set mason jar inside of the Yogotherm to help bring the insulation temperature up while I heated my milk to 110 degrees. I did this because it's still winter and we keep our house relatively cool (about 65 degrees). I put the 2 quarts of heated milk into the pail, whisked in my starter, covered it and left it to culture for 8 hours on my kitchen counter. The yogurt is set and seems to be nice and thick for a raw milk yogurt. I'm very pleased with my purchase. I will admit that I was skeptical at first, but now that I've used it, I feel it is a good value with reliable results that I would happily recommend to anyone.

  2. Making fantastic yogurt for 15 years

    by Chauq on 04 Fri,2013

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    Purchased my yogotherm in 1998. This is the easiest way to make quality yoghurt that we have tried. Have had electronic - yield too small and too much to clean. This unit is durable, easy to use and clean. There are no parts to damage nor to wear out. It is an excellent investment. Have made 1000' s of quarts. We are completely satisfied and are ready to replace the styrofoam insert due to minor discoloration. Unbelievable value and performance.

  3. A great Product

    by Barbara on 02 Mon,2014

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    The Yogurt incubator is a wonderful product that keeps the temp steady as needed. The yogurt and kefir comes out perfect with this product. The finished product is so smooth with a delicious taste. No need to add any sugar or sweetener.

  4. Easy to use

    by John on 03 Thu,2014

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    Just follow the instructions and you will have home made yogurt in no time. This unit is economical and easy to use. The resultng yogurt is of high quality. I have used other yogurt makers and was put off for one year, due to poor result. This yogurt makers has me making yogurt again with good results.

  5. Love it!

    by Alison on 05 Thu,2014

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    Love this! Used it twice and both times perfect.....and I let the yogert sit in cheese cloth in the refrig to thicken it up.....would definitely recommend it!

  6. Love!

    by Fireweed on 10 Fri,2014

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    I really do love this Yogotherm! I had been using a cooler and heating pad and this is a VAST improvement! So easy to get quality yogurt and not use electricity!

  7. Great product

    by donna on 01 Sat,2015

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    Due to the outside cold and cool inside temperatures, especially at night, the Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator is the perfect place for my milk kefir to complete its culturing overnight.
    During the purchasing process I was able to Live chat in order to ensure that the size of the container would hold my quart jars.

  8. Yogotherm Incubator

    by Yogurt4me on 01 Sun,2015

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    It works well!! I live in a colder climate so I put it in the oven for approx. 12 hrs. with the light on which creates a little heat. If the consistency isn't firm enough I leave it for another 12 hrs. I have made several batches now. I love that it doesn't use electricity.

  9. love it

    by slbrooks on 06 Sat,2015

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    Easy to use and loving the money I save on making my own yogurt and control what goes into it

  10. Lovin' it!

    by Judy on 10 Fri,2015

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    I love the yogurt that comes out of this product! Holds the temperature beautifully and I can count on every batch of yogurt turning out perfectly. Best of all, it takes up very little room and doesn't use electricity.

  11. Perfection

    by Allison on 02 Fri,2015

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    I was skeptical because this is basically a bucket that nestles into a cooler, but it makes AMAZING yogurt with no oversight necessary.

    In my electric yogurt maker, I would have to time my yogurt exactly at about 4-5 hours because of the constant heat (or it would over ferment). With this, I put it in the bucket and check it 6-12 hours later. Then I take it out, let it cool to room temp, and refrigerate it.
    This yogurt is very thick and smooth, and it has less whey than when I use an electric maker.

    I love this and would buy it again and again. It is large though and makes a LOT of yogurt; I wish there were a smaller size that made maybe 2/3 as much because I only cook for myself and my kitchen is very small.

  12. First time yogurt maker

    by Bevj on 04 Tue,2014

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    This product made it simple and it worked! Now more adventurous and moving forward.

  13. Great Yogurt Maker

    by Ceiba on 05 Mon,2014

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    I love having a device that requires no electricity or batteries to work. Heat up the milk, then cool it a little, mix in a little yogurt, and pour it all in the incubator. In two days it's done and it's delicious. It couldn't be easier. This is just what I was looking for.

  14. Simple and easy to use

    by jandersen on 09 Wed,2014

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    I like it! I've now used it twice. My house is cool, since I'm in Wisconsin and fall is approaching fast. So I've bundled the incubator inside an old down jacket, just in case. It holds the heat.

  15. Best yogurt maker

    by lalisaww on 11 Wed,2015

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    This yogurt incubator works very well and it's easy to use. I had electric yogurt maker before it was a headache. This incubator doesn't require any outside temperature control so you don't need to worry about it being over or under heated. Just pour the mixture of already boiled milk and culture inside. Set it aside for 10 hours and it comes out just right. The trick is try to use the heirloom lives culture instead of the direct yogurt starter. The yogurt starter makes the first batch of yogurt a little runny. Keep some culture as starter for the next few batches it gets thicker and more consistent. It tastes tangy and delicious. I use Bulgarian yogurt culture as starter. Every morning I make half liter of milk of yogurt. At evening when times is up I put the entire jar inside the fridgerator and continue to ferment in low temperature.

  16. Good, easy way to culture yogurt

    by Brooke on 03 Fri,2014

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    This incubator has worked fairly well for me. I just wish I had realized at first that when the container is not full, the culture won't necessary be kept at the appropriate temperature for long enough. I had to take the plastic insert out of the styrofoam and wrap a heating pad around it to keep it going. I plan on making full 2-quart batches in the future to avoid this problem.
    I do feel that $40 is a bit steep for a plastic bucket and styrofoam sleeve. It's very well made and sturdy, so I know it will last me a long time. $40 just seems like a stretch for me.

  17. Yogurt making made easy

    by Tracy on 04 Thu,2014

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    I was skeptical, mostly of my own abilities, but this incubator made it easy. To be honest, I was a little bummed that it's just Styrofoam on the inside. I though I was doing better for the Earth by choosing a non-electric option. I do like that the plastic used is made in Canada, and also BPA free or else this would have been returned. It works great, easy, no fuss.

  18. Suggested helpful tip

    by Rhonda on 07 Wed,2014

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    I keep my home under 70 degrees in the winter. I was having difficulty with the efficiency of the Yogotherm. I then tried something that worked well. I boil water and pour it into 2 tall shot glasses that fit between my jars of warmed milk, close unit immediately. This maintains the temp for the culture to work and make my Kefir. I am now a happy camper.

  19. Pretty good!

    by Kelly on 04 Fri,2015

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    I think this product is a little overpriced for what it is, but it does incubate pretty well IF you fill it with boiling water for a while prior to pouring in the heated/cooled milk. If you don't heat it first, you will definitely lose some heat during the hours you let it sit. Otherwise, though, it is really great to keep yogurt warm without any electricity! My only other complaint is that the handle on the bucket is ALWAYS in the way when opening/closing the bucket, but that's not a very big deal either.

  20. Makes large quantity without electricity

    by Dipper Ranch on 11 Wed,2014

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    I accidentally melted my Yogotherm in the oven when I forgot I was storing it in there and preheated the oven for muffins. Wahhh, missed it so much I had to order another one. You can make 2 quarts in this which holds me for about 2 weeks except in the summer when we are making yogurt popsicles and then we need lots of yogurt. My house is on the cool side but once I got the hang of using the Yogotherm, it is so easy. The first batch was a little thin, but by the second batch the starter seemed to mature and I left if overnight and I now always get relatively firm and tart yogurt. On really cold days, I wrap the Yogotherm with a down jacket and sometimes stick a jar of boiling water under the jacket every few hours. I now prefer to making it in the Yogotherm bucket and then dish out into pint jars. Easier to clean then all those little single serve jars from my other yogurt maker. Kinda expensive but without using electricity and the saved time of big batches and less jar cleaning, it is worth it (just don't store it in the oven!).

  21. Good quality, works well and is easy to use

    by Gretchen on 01 Mon,2016

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    I use it with raw goat milk yogurt and the Bulgarian culture. Is easy to use and yogurt turns out consistently well. I place the container in an insulated bag and include a quart of hot water. It maintains a toasty temperature.

  22. A great addition to a healthy lifestyle

    by Hank on 06 Mon,2013

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    This appliance makes wonderful yoghurt. We are very impressed with the results and we are looking forward to try other fermentations such as kefir and kombucha.

  23. easy and economical

    by gwinnyb on 03 Sat,2014

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    this is a good way to make the quantities of yogurt that we use in our home with minimal fuss and expense. I have used 2 quarts each time I make yogurt and find that it produces a thick creamy product. The hardest part is heating the milk without scorching. I have a thermometer that I use, heating on low I set the kitchen time for 10 minute intervals to stir and check the temp. No worries after poured into the incubator and closed up.

  24. Doesn't work for me

    by Dali on 04 Fri,2014

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    I tried using this incubator for several weeks given all the great reviews here. However, I find that this doesn't incubate the yogurt well at all. I tried warming the plastic basket and styrofoam with hot water, then dumping the hot water out and then placing my yogurt in to incubate. But even still, the temperature did not remain consistent (at least within a 10 degree range) throughout a 5-7 hour period. I do not recommend this product to anyone. Now I'm all the prowl for a another yogurt maker.

    Note from CFH: Ambient temperature can have an effect on the culturing process. In cold weather, wrap with a warmed towel for added insulation.

  25. Works fine.

    by Big Al on 12 Tue,2014

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    The Yogotherm works fine. I make batches of yogurt weekly but I'll tell you that it is way over priced for a plastic bucket and styrofoam holder. It should be half the price at most. I also culture in quart jars putting them in a warm water bath in my small cooler and it works just as well.

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  • From Erin at 10/16/2013 9:42 AM
    • If I were to replace the plastic pail with a similarly sized glass container, do you think the heat-retention function would work as well as with the plastic pail? Thanks!
    • Yes, using glass in place of the plastic pail should work to maintain the heat during culturing.
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  • From Kristy Kelley at 7/30/2013 12:33 PM
    • Can you use a quart sized glass mason jar in this yougurt maker?
    • It depends on the height and type of the quart mason jar. Regular mouth quart jars will not fit. Wide mouth jars may or may not fit…Earlier versions of the wide mouth jars may be too tall, while more current jars fit if you do not put on the inner lid. Compare to the inner dimensions:

      Height 6-3/8 inches
      Top diameter 6-1/2 inches
      Bottom diameter​ 5-3/8 inches
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  • From dt at 5/15/2013 5:41 PM
    • i would really like to purchase this but i do not want to put my yogurt in plastic food grade or not. Can i put the yogurt in jars and then it will hold them or is that not possible and if so will it hold quart jars?
      plus i am trying to do gaps diet and it says to let your yogurt sit for 24 hours it all that possible
      with this
      thanks
    • The Yogotherm will easily hold a quart-size mason jar. The jar is smaller in diameter than the Yogotherm's interior pail, so you can pack the jar with a dishtowel to help hold the heat.

      If you let the yogurt culture for 24 hours, it may lose some heat during that time, but should continue to culture okay. If you are using an heirloom (reculturing) variety of yogurt, we advise that you remove a small quantity at the end of the normal culturing period, and refrigerate it to use for starting the next batch.
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  • From George at 4/14/2013 6:32 PM
    • Can you tell me the dimensions of the (BPA free) inner plastic bucket for the Yogotherm yogurt maker? I'm would like to purchase a glass container in place of the plastic one before I purchase the yogurt maker.
      Thanks
    • Height 6 3/8 in
      Top 6 1/2 in
      Bottom​ 5 3/8 in
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  • From Sarah at 4/13/2013 2:27 PM
    • Do you happen to know the length of time the yogurt will remain insulated and maintain a consistent temp before it starts dropping? I like to incubate for 24 hours.
    • The length of time a certain temperature can be maintained by the Yogotherm Incubator will vary, based on ambient temperature and batch size. Wrapping a towel around the unit can help to maintain internal temperature for longer periods.
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  • From Melody at 2/7/2013 12:11 AM
    • Does this maker simply keep things at whatever temp. they start out at or does it somehow keep things specifically at 110 degrees? Our house gets so cold at night in the winter that even though I would like to use the mesophilic starter, I'm thinking of warming the milk to room temp. and then using this maker to just keep it that warm, unless it keeps things at a specific, higher temp.

      Thanks!
    • The Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator is designed to maintain temperatures but a very low ambient temp may impact the ability to hold the temperature for an extended period. Warming the milk to room temp will help but make sure it isn't too warm, the mesophilic cultures are not fond of high temps.
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  • From Elisabeth at 1/25/2013 11:19 PM
    • Once refrigerated, how long will the yogurt last before it "expires"?
    • If you are using our reusable cultures, and plan to reculture it, it will stay viable for 7 days. If you are just storing the yogurt to eat, it should last 1 month. But always use your best judgement!
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  • From Violette at 1/22/2013 11:53 PM
    • What are the dimensions of the inner container? I'd like to find a glass container that will fit snugly, to use in lieu of the plastic one that it comes with.

      What ambient temperature range works best?
    • Height 6 3/8 in
      Top 6 1/2 in
      Bottom​ 5 3/8 in

      An ambient temp in the mid 70s works great.
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  • From Sandra at 1/21/2013 10:09 PM
    • Can I fill the container only half if I don't want to make that much yogurt at a time? Or will it affect the temperature ?
    • It will cool more quickly. For smaller batches, it's better to put the yogurt in a smaller jar, then pack it into the yogotherm with a towel around it for extra insulation.​
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  • From Noel at 8/31/2012 4:30 PM
    • I noticed that some people also make soft cheese with their yogurt makers.

      Can cheese be made in this model?
    • The Yogotherm works great for soft cheeses but would not be suitable for a hard cheese.
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