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"I love it!"
This is a wonderful machine. My yogurt turned out great!
Nice quality and simple to use.
"not great if you want Greek style"
I love the way this maker looks. It's so cute! And in fact, I wound up using the jars for all sorts of other things before I gave it away: pesto, salad dressing, small bits of leftovers, haha. But ultimately after using it several times, it wasn't right for me since the yogurt is made right in the jars in which it gets stored in the fridge. So, there's no way to strain it to make it thick. I now have the Yogotherm, which works great.
Great for making small batches - It's just me, so this is perfect. Consistent and even heating of the yogurt means that all the cups come out the same. I have tried it without the plastic lids, as recommended but the mfg prefers to place the lids on the jars before putting them in the yogurt maker as it keeps the condensation from dripping into the product.
"I love my yogurt machine"
I tried making yogurt with my dehydrator and failed miserably. Then I tried the Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker and loved it. It is small, easy to store, stays out of the way, easy to use and does just what it is suppose to. Every week I learn better techniques to fine tune my yogurt. The jars are perfect for me. One jar, a little fruit and off I go. I am not having trouble with cleaning. After I empty my yogurt into a cup, I add my fruit, fill my jar with water and after breakfast the jars come clean easily.
"Works Great....Easy to use"
Saves the time in the morning from dishing out yogurt to take for lunches great size glass jars!
"So much better than store bought"
My wife and I have been eating yogurt for years and when we started getting more "organic" the price of yogurt really shot up. after comparing several brands I choose this one. it does not have some of the bellsor whistles as some of the fancier machines out there do but I wanted a simple well made yoghur maker that would last. The two quart yogurt maker has paid for itself in just one month . I make a fresh batch every other day and it is sweet and creamy. We also bought the greek style culture and the Yogurt strainer to make low carb thick yogurt just the way we like it. I can not say enough good things about this machine It is great
The yogurt came out fine and I like the 2 qt option as we go through a LOT of yogurt. The included instructions and those on the web site differ. Not sure whether I'm supposed to put water in around the bucket or not (I added it - no negative effects). Response from CFH: Our apologies for any confusion. Generally if you are working with an heirloom culture from CFH, please follow the website directions, or the directions that come with the yogurt itself. If you still have questions, we are happy to assist! Just chat in or send us a message!
Easy to use, great for beginner. My first batch of yogurt worked great and just finished the second. Will use often!
"So much better than store-bought!"
Made my first batch of yogurt last weekend with great results! The instructions that came with the Euro-Cuisine were very good. I used yogurt starter from culturesforhealth.com and whole organic milk. Turned out great and I'm about to make another batch.
Received the Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker, and made Yogurt that day. Best tasting homemade yogurt! It was tasty and creamy! I've made yogurt in my crockpot for the past year, then decided to purchase the Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker. This was so much better! Having read a previous review about the thermometer that is included with the maker, I checked the thermometer that came with the machine. The thermometer was off by close to 10 degrees. I use the thermometer I already had. I highly recommend this yogurt maker to anyone wanting to make yogurt. The fact it makes up to 2 quarts at a time is a BIG BONUS!
"Makes the Best Yogurt"
Received the Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker on Saturday, made Yogurt on Sunday. Wonderful, tasty and creamy yogurt! I have always made yogurt in my crockpot. This was so much better! Because of a previous review, I checked the thermometer that came with the machine. Mine, too, was way off (it was off by a BIG 20 degrees). So I just use the thermometer I already had. Love this yogurt maker and highly recommend it to anyone wanting to make yogurt in a 2 quart batch! Response from CFH: Check out our easy tutorial on calibrating and adjusting your thermometer: http://blog.culturesforhealth.com/basic-thermometer-testing-and-calibration/
I had never made yogurt before last weekend. I have now made two batches and it was very easy and I am very happy with the results.
"Excellent product, easy to use"
This unit has made greek yogurt affordable to me. I love the jars instead of a big tub like unit. I make my own Kimchee, sauerkraut, and now yogurt. YEA.
I wish it held more containers for the yogurt, but other than that, just great!! Response from CFH: There is a top tier http://www.culturesforhealth.com/top-tier-for-euro-cuisine-yogurt-maker.html for both the YM80 http://www.culturesforhealth.com/euro-cuisine-yogurt-maker.html and the YM100 http://www.culturesforhealth.com/euro-cuisine-yogurt-maker-timer-ym100.html. Hope that might be helpful!
"Love, love, love"
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.
wife loves this = 1st batch was great!
I can only recommend this product, you can MAKE YOUR OWN classic Yogurt and even your own PROBIOTIC to drink! DELICIOUS , EASY to make, and GREAT for your HEALTH: 1 glass a day keeps the Do tor AWAY! I have given to my children everyday and not gone through Otitis or tonsil infections IN YEARS! I really commend it!
"So easy to use"
This is the first time I ever attempted to make yogurt. I got the Yogotherm because my husband told me the best yogurt he ever had was as a boy when his family lived in Indonesia and when I showed him the Yogotherm he said it looked like what they used. I used the Bulgarian starter and it took about 10 hours for it to thicken. The next time it took about 6 hours and the same with the 3rd batch, but the 3 batch turned out the most beautiful. It was so thick and creamy. I used whole pasturized milk from a local dairy. I'm only making one quart at a time and having no trouble with it being runny at all. I think this product works perfectly in the summer in the South . The ambient temp in our house is probably 78 degrees. I put hot water the container to warm it before hand then putting the heated milk in with the starter. I'm very happy and excited to be making my own yogurt.
"Not recommended "
This product is made of cheap plastic and styrofoam. Really?! Styrofoam is the least environmentally friendly product made next to plastic. This purchase was a big mistake. It does not retain heat for 5 hours let alone 8 hours to make Greek yogurt. Do NOT buy this product. Bad for yogurt making, bad for the environment. Response from CFH: Thank you for your feedback! We do appreciate it. We hope that you have had your issue resolved after having contacted our Customer Support Team. **There are recommendations for how to get the most efficient use with your YogoTherm on the product page. Please let us know if you have any questions!
"Works great for yogurt"
I bought this to incubate my yogurt and it works great. But since I live in North Dakota and it's winter time my house is pretty cool. I put it on a heating pad on low and cover with a blanket. In 6 hours my yogurt comes out perfect!
"One expensive thermos!!!"
Very expensive for a 4 cup thermos.
"The Best Yogurt Maker"
This yogurt maker makes great yogurt every time. I made non fat yogurt and 25 yogurt. I incubated for 7 hours. Both yogurt come out good. The 2% yogurt come out very thick after I strained it for an hour. I like this yogurt maker the best because it does not use electricity. The electric yogurt makers get too hot.
"Great tasting yogurt"
I love the taste of the Mild Flavor Yogurt Starter. When I made it came out very smooth and creamy. I shared it with a co-worker and she loves it. I will buy it again.
I use raw milk from pasture-raised cows (I do heat the milk to 180 degrees). I've been making yogurt with this starter for about 9 months and have it every morning for breakfast with fresh blueberries and sliced almonds and it's fantastic!!!!
"the perfect balance"
I really enjoy the mild flavor culture taste. It rises above to taste light and rich at the same time. I love using it in recipes and to make pasta salad creamy with yogurt.
By far the most delicious yogurt I've ever tasted. Will continue to buy for a long time!
"The Most Consistent Vegan Yogurt Starter I've Tried. Great results Every time!"
I'm grateful I found Cultures for Health Vegan Yogurt starter. I've tried others that produced runny, lumpy, and watery vegan yogurts. My winning combo that've I'm sticking with (because it produces creamy, delicious thick unsweetened yogurt everytime) is: 2 cartons Westbrae Organic Unsweetened Vanilla Soy Milk, 1 1/2 cups raw cashews (soaked for at least 3 hours) and one packet yogurt starter. I blend the cashews with 1/2 the soy milk, heat that up with the remaining soymilk to 110 degrees (F) then add the yogurt starter, mix and pour into my yogurt maker and set for 10 hours. Perfect every time and much more affordable & delicious than any store bought Vegan yogurt and with none of the added sugar. (I mix with fresh fruit for natural sweetness.) Enjoy! Thank you for a great product!
"Great Vegan Culture"
I am very excited to find a vegan yogurt culture. This culture has worked great every time I use it. I have found that I can use 1/2 cup of the previous batch of yogurt to start another batch at least once so am able to get at least 2 quarts (my yogurt maker holds a quart at a time) from each packet of culture. I use soy milk for my base and after several tries have settled on culturing the soy milk and then adding in the sweetener, thickener, and flavoring. I have tried several different thickeners and my favorite is instant clear gel which I mix with a dry sweetener and blend with the cultured milk, the flavoring, and any additional sweetener I want. The yogurt I come out with is most similar to Silk brand soy yogurt.