Yogourmet, Multi, Electric Yogurt Maker, 1 Yogurt Maker
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18 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2658097 on May 16, 2011
International buyers need to be aware that the voltage setting is 110V. I had to buy a step-down transformer to make use of it here in Singapore. High quality yoghurt though, all the time, with their probiotic starter.
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9 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1333305 on Dec 02, 2008
This is a great yogurt maker, I was worried about yet another appliance going unused but I use it a lot. Very easy, makes a lot without having a bunch of those little cups, and extremely economical if you compare it to buying store- bought quarts. I leave mine on for at least 24 hrs. according to the SCD guidelines to eliminate lactose. Just make sure to stir the milk a lot while boiling and cooling to get an accurate temperature reading. Also, iherb.com matched a sales price in my area which was great. I prefer to do business with iherb.com cause I know how great their service is!!
Amazingly Perfect Results
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3002813 on Dec 01, 2009
Ok, I made the best yogurt with this! I even used Organic Horizon pasteurized (NOT ULTRA) and the Yogourmet probiotic starter. Followed the instructions on the starter box and wow fantastic yogurt...forget buying organic overpriced yogurt. This machine rocks!
Easy to use and saves money
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2484933 on Sep 10, 2012
This is so much better than all the little jars. We add a packet of unflavored gelatin, so the consistency has always been thick. We use powdered skim milk and bring it
to temp in the microwave (no burning) then cool on the counter. Add yogurt starter &
gelatin. Let the yogurt machine do it's thing for six hours, then chill in the fridge. Paid for itself in a month.
Posted by Reviewer2940826 on Dec 17, 2012
This is the most stupidly designed item I have ever seen. There is no way of getting hold of the outer lid so that it can be lifted off. The whole pot has to be held under one's arm and the lid forced off using one's fingernails. And once the lid is finally off there is no way of getting a grip on the inner lid so as to be able to lift the pot out. Avoid this product and find something that can be used without a titanic struggle that risks dropping the thing and spilling your yogurt all over the floor.