Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker
Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker

 
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Product Description

An electric yogurt maker specially designed to maintain the ideal temperature required for preparing healthy, natural and perfect yogurt every time. With the Yogourmet Multi yogurt maker, you can make home-made yogurt with any kind of milk. You can also prepare delicious yogurt cheese and even casei bifidus acidophilus yogurt. The system is very economical, as you can prepare 1 or 2 litres at a time for about half the price of store-bought yogurt. Home-made yogurt keeps for over 3 weeks in the

The Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker makes it easy for you to quit spending extra money on store-bought yogurts, yogurt cheeses, and cultured milks. Best of all, it helps you enjoy the rich, creamy texture and great taste associated with natural yogurt, along with a wide variety of health benefits. And you get the satisfaction of knowing exactly where your food is coming from.



A unique water-bath system provides consistent, ideal temperatures for yogurt making.


You simply need to select milk, cultures, and flavorings to get started. View larger.


Flavorful, natural ingredients help make homemade yogurts, yogurt cheese spreads, and cultured milks a healthy addition to your diet.


Versatile and Easy to Make
Whether you enjoy yogurt with granola in the morning, as a substitute for sour cream on your baked potatoes, as a snack on the go, or as an ingredient in baked goods, you understand the rich appeal of this versatile food. The Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker is designed to help you craft specialty yogurts using your choice of milk--for half the cost of store-bought yogurts.

This electric yogurt maker uses a unique water-bath system to maintain an ideal temperature for preparing yogurt that is healthy, safe, and the perfect texture. Featuring a precision thermometer marked with both and Fahrenheit and Celsius readings and a detailed set of instructions, this yogurt maker takes the guess work out of deciding when to add your yogurt starter to your preheated milk. It's fast, too--two quarts of yogurt take just four and a half hours to make.

You can choose to make one or two liters of yogurt at a time, and the inner container's special seal-tight lid will let you store your yogurt in the refrigerator for more than three weeks. When it's time to make a new batch, this container is dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning, and it is made of food-grade plastic that is PVC and BPA free. Additional inner containers can be purchased separately, making it easy to keep different types of yogurt on hand or start a new batch before the last one is gone. These reusable containers contribute to a green lifestyle by eliminating the disposable containers you would collect using store-bought yogurt.

Calcium-Rich, All-Natural, and Good for Digestion
Using your favorite fruits, jams, or flavorings, and your own milk, whether it's local organic milk or soy milk, ensures that your homemade yogurt is free of artificial colors and the strange tastes left behind by preservatives. This system can also be used to make soft yogurt cheeses, special cultured milks, and macrobiotic yogurts with casei bifidus acidophilus.

Having a great selection of homemade yogurts on hand is ideal for anyone keeping close track of what they eat, especially those on the "Specific Carbohydrate Diet." Plus yogurt is an easy-to-eat source of calcium and essential B vitamins. The fermentation process involved in making yogurt means that it contains lower levels of lactose compared with other dairy products, so even those who are sensitive to lactose can typically enjoy it.

For cheese making, this kit includes a specially designed cotton bag with an easy-to-fill opening and a cord, which makes it simple to close the bag and hang it.

The Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Outer container with lid, inner container with lid, thermometer, cotton bag, and 12-page instruction manual.

Features:
  • You control what goes into your yogurt so you know what comes out. Use organic milk, goats milk or soy milk. Mix in your favorite fresh fruit and toppings. No additives or preservatives
  • Perfect for anyone on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet
  • Fast - two quarts are ready in 4.5 hours
  • Easy- thermometer and directions included

Customer Reviews:

  • Uncomplicated process + large quantity
    I would prefer to make large batches of yogurt without the purchase of special equipment, like using my oven interior overnight to incubate. However, my oven is in a 1949 range, and it is not well insulated enough to hold a temperature for incubation overnight. This yogurt maker works on the same principle, and is a full 2 quart capacity. One can also make just one quart, but I have not done so. Why? It takes the same amount of effort to make one or two. It is easy to store, light weight, and easy to clean too. I recommend a second batch jar to go with it. I always have a jar in the frig, and the ability to start another whenever I want to. Goat milk yogurt in this appliance is to die for!...more info
  • Effective for Slow-Cultured Yogurt
    Before I purchased this product I read a review warning that it's a poor choice for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet and similar healing diets, where yogurt must incubate at a temperature between 90-110F for 24 hours or longer. I'm glad I took a chance and tried it anyway. Although this device is designed to incubate 4 hours at a higher temp, it works great for my 30-hour yogurt. THE TRICK is to leave off the outer lid to keep temperature down (mine stays between 96-105 degrees), and I also run it in a cool closet. I've only owned it a few months, but I use it weekly and so far every batch has been a success. As other reviewers note, you'll need a spare thermometer since this one isn't durable; it's blinky and mine died by the third use....more info
  • Excellent product
    Have used it twice since I bought it and it is wonderful. I bought it specifically to make the yogurt for the SCDiet and it makes preparation really easy....more info
  • Excellent machine!
    We got this machine after having one of those other ones that uses all of the tiny little jars to make yogurt. The other machine did a fine job, but it was SUCH A PAIN to deal with all of the little jars all of the time.

    This machine uses the 2 quart tub, which is super simple to use and clean and then you have a large batch all at once. Of course if you want you can make less than the two quarts at a time, but with our family we eat it up so fast there's no point. Somehow it also makes the yogurt in only four or four and a half hours versus the eight to twelve hours of the other machine. I don't know the specifics - but maybe it runs a bit warmer to make it go faster? It works very well and is very easy to use. I like the water bath that surrounds the container with the yogurt - it provides a very even heat to the yogurt and keeps any hot spots from killing off the cultures.

    A very good machine, and soon we're going to buy another for my mom. This was way better than the other one we tried, which is her old one....more info
  • It's so easy!!
    This is the first {and only} yogurt maker that I've ever owned, but I sure do like this one. I have made several batches of yogurt so far, and they have all turned out perfectly. I used some organic plain yogurt as a starter. I don't think you need to purchase starter in a package, unless one was after a specific culture. Once again, a nice yogurt maker that's high quality and easy to use. The thermometer that comes with it is invaluable. Nice that it's included....more info
  • great yogurt maker
    Easy and effective for large batches of yogurt. You really can't mess it up with this product....more info
  • Use it for SCD 24hr Goat Milk Yogurt
    We have been using this product to make goat milk yogurt that has been cooked for 24hrs. We liked it so much that we bought a 2nd one to make a gallon of yogurt at a time. We have had no problems with the thermometer, or any other aspect of this yogurt kit. This is great for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. We couldn't imagine implementing the diet without it....more info
  • Very Happy, Makes great Yogurt
    It makes great yogurt just as it is suppose to, if I leave a batch in for longer than 6 hours I leave the lid so that it isn't on tight to let some heat out, this prevents the over heating that you see in other reviews. I love being able to make an store on large container rather than messing around with little ones. I have the little jars and when I want to take some to work I just spoon it out into the jar. I am very happy with it and would recommend it to anyone thinking about a large quantity yogurt maker....more info
  • Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker
    Yogurt Maker met all my expectations. So easy to make Yogurt!!! So easy to clean the Maker!! I now do not know why it took me so long to purchase the Yogurt maker. The Yogurt is SO Wonderful!!!...more info
  • Best customer Service
    My Yogurt Maker quit working and the company sent me a replacement and a check for the postage it cost me to mail the defective product back. A very honorable company....more info
  • Delicious Yogurt!
    I love this, people don't believe me when I tell them how easy it is to make yogurt. Best invention ever. My husband, who has always hated the store bought 'plain' yogurt, loves the homemade plain yogurt. Everything is so much better, the taste, texture and creamy too. My first batch was my trial run, by the second batch I knew what to expect and what I was doing. I cooked it in the machine for 6 hours and then placed it overnight in the refrigerator, lastly put the yogurt in smaller containers for individual servings. Delicious Yogurt!...more info
  • Good machine can be improved
    This one lasted almost 4 years. It's the only yogourt maker available here (in BC) that makes 1 and 2 litre batches instead of fussy little ones. The heating coil can't be adjusted so it eventually fails to deliver enough heat. Yogourmet provides a 2 litre container which is a bit too large and unwieldy for me. They flatly refuse to provide a one litre container. The nearest I can find is a 940 mL yogourt container so I have to waste 60 mL with each batch. (Milk comes in 1L containers here.) The price is a bit high for what you get....more info
  • Yogourmet Maker
    We bought this product due to the lack of soy yogurt availability in all the places we travel. I would like to have known from the product description that it would work using alternatives to traditional dairy. Since receiving the product my husband has made several batchs of soy milk yogurt, learning the little tricks needed to make a good firm product. This maker is very easy to use and produces consitantly good yogurt. This is a vast improvement over the little cups that do not product enough at one time to make it worth spending the time making yogurt. To be perfectly satisfied, one must experiment with the incubation time to obtain the consistancy wanted....more info
  • My yogourmet is over 30yrs old... and going!
    I own the original 1970's yogourmet yogurt maker and it is still working like new (the only way to tell it's that old is the 'old style' power cord on it ;)

    the thick walls of the unit allows for gentle heating and the water bath maintains a more even temperature all the way up the 'bucket' without overheating at the bottom.

    when i run out of the yogourmet starter culture (which makes a tangy yogurt), i use a 6oz container of stoneyfield plain yogurt as a starter (which has 6 different cultures and yields a delicate flavor)

    once you have discovered real yogurt (that is, tangy and a little runny), you will never be able to eat that overly sweet, wall paper glue of a concoction american dairy companys parade as yogurt....more info
  • Defective Thermometer
    The Yogourmet Yogurt maker comes with a stick thermometer that is meant to determine the temp. I am very frustrated in that it simply does not work! ...more info
  • Yeah for Yogurt!
    Yogurt maker is working awesomely. I eat 8oz of nonfat yogurt a day. I prefer the Greek style which is strained after making and chilling as it gives the yogurt an excellent texture. So I use my maker 2-3 times a week. I love it its easy as pie. I bought an extra container so I can make another batch right after the first.

    Its worth it to me. ...more info
  • Awesome yogurt maker, awesome customer service!
    I purchased this last spring from Amazon and began using it right away. I've found it makes perfect yogurt every time and it is so much better tasting than anything in a store. I like to make my yogurt decadently thick and creamy, so it resembles Greek yogurt, and it can be done with this yogurt maker.
    Also, I got a generous supply of Yogourmet's freeze dried starter with this and highly recommend it as well.
    What really blows me away about this product is the customer service I received from the manufacturer after the yogurt maker began leaking. I woke up one morning to see water dripping all over my countertop and down my wood cabinets into a puddle on the floor. So, I immediately contacted the manufacturer (If I remember correctly it's Lyo San or something like that) by email to inquire about getting a replacement under the one-year warranty. Let me just say, I didn't have high expectations as it's sometimes difficult to make claims through warranties. I fully expected to have to jump through some hoops, maybe even pay some shipping charges, which would have made it not worth it. But I was WRONG!
    A very nice customer service person got back to me right away and a week later UPS was at my door picking up the defective unit and handing me a brand new one, all at no charge to me!
    I really trust a company that honors their warranty and has great customer service. I am now a loyal customer. Because of this, when this yogurt maker gives out for good, I will replace it with another one. Well, that and also because I love the yogurt it makes and how easy it is to make it.
    I have been spoiled by the rich, creamy REAL yogurt this unit makes and could never go back to the flavorless stuff in the supermarket that contains cornstarch, gelatin, pectin or who knows what.
    Obviously, I highly recommend this yogurt maker!
    ...more info
  • EASY TO USE
    GOT A GREAT BUY, ABOUT 60% OF RETAIL. BEEN MAKING YOGURT FOR 10 YEARS WITH A YOGOTHERM. AT OUR HOUSE WE EAT ABOUT TWO QUARTS A WEEK. WE HAVE YOGURT AND "NUT"S. YOGURT WITH WAL-MART BRAND CRUNCHY NUGGETS MIXED IT. THIS Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker REALLY SIMPLIFIES MY WIFE'S LIFE. ...more info
  • Easy, Delicious
    This yogurt maker is incredibly easy to use, and turns out great yogurt. The yogurt I have made so far, however, has been very soft and soupy, but I have not added powdered milk to thicken it as the directions say. It also comes with a thermometer, very cool, although my thermometer must have gotten wet because not all the numbers are displaying correctly now. Just follow the directions and you'll get great results!

    A tip: if you don't want to buy expensive yogurt starter, just go get a $.69 cup of yogurt from the market and use it as a starter. Just make sure it uses "active cultures" or you won't get no yogurt.

    5 Stars!...more info
  • SUPERIOR YOGURT MAKER!!!!!
    Absolutely the best yogurt maker, period! I've cultured milk products for over 3 decades and I don't EVER want to be without this yogurt maker! Yogourmet makes excellent products with consistant results, far superior to the others available. Try the CBA yogurt culture and buy an extra batch jar, because you will eat far more of this yogurt than you ever thought. Try the Yogourmet Kefir culture too, (no yogurt maker needed)--you'll be glad you did! ...more info
  • Great, but water gets too hot!
    The product is great, makes yogurt making really easy. However the water in the basin gets too hot. If it is culturing for more than 10 hours the water gets too hot to sustain the good bacteria. to do a 24 hour culture you need to replace the water several times. And caution if you use the CBA starter, do not put the water in the basin with it plugged in until you are ready to put the yogurt in, the water will heat too fast. This culture needs to gradually reach a little over a 100 degrees and not go into it right away....more info
  • Consistent results
    I've made yogurt in the oven but the results were inconsistent. This product yields good results everytime. I use powdered non-fat milk, stonyfield organic plain yogurt as a starter and 1 can of whole or non-fat evaporated milk for extra richness/flavor. I incubate for only 6 hours, then refrigerate. The yogurt is thick and creamy; the flavor is rich and excellent -better than when I used fresh milk only.
    I use a Polder thermometer (that comes with a timer) as a replacement for the broken one that came with the yogurt maker. ...more info
  • Solid and Durable
    I didn't buy this yogurt maker through amazon, but I've owned one for almost four years. It's probably the most dependable appliance I have in my kitchen. As another reviewer mentioned, the thermometer is crap, but you can buy a better one cheap anywhere. I've not bothered to measure the temp in a long time, because the unit delivers a consistent batch of yogurt every single time. There's nothing you can do to change the temp anyway, and there's no need to - the yogurt always comes out the same.

    There may be fancier models on the market, but if you plan on making yogurt a lot (I do it at least twice a week), this is the product for you....more info
  • Nice thick yogurt, used starter
    I have made three batches of yogurt with a 24hr-ferment time and have been very pleased. I did use Yogourmet starter and have had thick, creamy yogurt each time. I like that the yogurt maker comes with a thermometer for when the milk is heated prior to making the yogurt.
    My yogurt maker does not get very warm to the touch, even after 24 hours, but I will have to check that with a thermometer the next time I make yogurt (tonight) because there have been concerns voiced here that the yogurt gets too hot for the probiotics to survive.
    I have been completely happy with this product so far!
    Ok--news flash update--I have been checking the yogurt with a thermometer and it has been fermenting at the same temp for 19hrs which is about 110F. The Yogourmet therm. has a green line on it and that is right where the temp. staying--well under 120F. I doubt it will suddenly heat up in the next sev. hours. I AM happy with this yogurt maker!...more info
  • Effective for Slow-Cultured Yogurt
    Before I purchased this product I read a review warning that it's a poor choice for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet and similar healing diets, where yogurt must incubate at a temperature between 90-110F for 24 hours or longer. I'm glad I took a chance and tried it anyway. Although this device is designed to incubate 4 hours at a higher temp, it works great for my 30-hour yogurt. THE TRICK is to leave off the outer lid to keep temperature down (mine stays between 96-105 degrees), and I also run it in a cool closet. I've only owned it a few months, but I use it weekly and so far every batch has been a success. As other reviewers note, you'll need a spare thermometer since this one isn't durable; it's blinky and mine died by the third use....more info
  • Use it for SCD 24hr Goat Milk Yogurt
    We have been using this product to make goat milk yogurt that has been cooked for 24hrs. We liked it so much that we bought a 2nd one to make a gallon of yogurt at a time. We have had no problems with the thermometer, or any other aspect of this yogurt kit. This is great for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. We couldn't imagine implementing the diet without it....more info
  • Disappointed
    I got my long-awaited yogurt maker for Christmas. I wanted to make a batch that day! To my disappointment, there was no starter included, and of course all the stores are closed for Christmas. Most other products of this type allow you to open the box, wash it, and use it right away.

    OK, now that i have vented I am off to the store to get starter....more info
  • Digital thermometer -- big mistake
    The low rating is entirely due to the epic failure that is the digital thermometer provided. I have not been able to use this product successfully, although the incubator itself is well constructed and seems to work. The problem is the digital thermometer. It arrived turned "on" and dead. I replaced the battery; still dead. Digital thermometers are silly for this application. A good mechanical or spirit thermometer would never have suffered this problem.

    One caveat: the product's claimed 4-hour incubation time presumes a room temperature of 70 to 78 Fahrenheit, according to the user manual. That kind of room temperature happens about 2 days a year here in San Francisco. I would expect 8 to 12 hours to be a more reasonable claim for reasonable room temperatures.

    I'll be replacing the thermometer entirely with a sensible one....more info
  • Yogurt maker
    The yogurt maker is a very good product, and very fast in 4 -5 hours you have 2 quarts ready for consumption, the yogurt is firm and sour if you are lactose intolerant you can subtitute cow milk with soymilk but if you just want to have something different like organic milk, goat's milk etc your imagination is the limit. For my grandchild I mix in his favorite fresh fruit. And I take my cereal with yogurt; I only make one batch per 2 weeks, before I had to make it every week. Easy to operate and clean.
    Veronica Enriquez...more info
  • GREAT YOGART MAKER
    I bought this yogart maker to use in making a large batch of yogart and it works great. I highly recommend it....more info
  • Yogourmet yogurt maker
    Fantastic yogurt maker. I wanted a yogurt maker that could make large quantities at one time. The water bath method really makes a difference in the quality of yogurt versus heat only....more info
  • Works great
    I tried making yogurt without a yogurt-maker, but it's too hit and miss. Keeping the temperature constant is apparently a bigger deal than I'd read. Now that I have my Y¨®gourmet maker, it always turns out fine. FYI, I use Stonyfield Farm plain yogurt as a starter. I buy a quart at a time and freeze it into cubes to use whenever I make a batch.

    I use generic powdered milk (Kroger brand) instead of liquid because it's always fresh. It's much cheaper, too! To make my yogurt thick, I use 1/3 more powder than recommended. I've also experimented with adding gelatin to the water before adding the powdered milk. If you do this, be sure not to use very much gelatin or you'll get jello-yogurt! Also, gelatin must be added to a very small amount of water to "soften" it first. If you make the mistake of pouring dry gelatin directly into a pot of water, you get a blob which won't dissolve no matter what you do!

    Now I make two quarts of yogurt at a time with my Y¨®gourmet yogurt maker, and I never have yogurt which is too runny or weird.
    ...more info
  • At last!
    Electric Yogurt Maker 2 Quarts This yogurt maker solves the problem of heat distribution I have found with every other maker I have tried. Because the container of yogurt is surrounded by water, heat doesn't come just from the bottom yielding an overcooked bottom and a runny top.

    I am still experimenting with formulae. Here's a one quart recipe that works quite well: 2 c fat-free instant milk powder, 2 heaping soup spoons of Dannon plain yogurt, and enough water to fill a quart canning jar. I pour enough water around the jar to bring the level as close to the yogurt mixture level as possible. As for timing, you'll just have to watch it. I have tried to hurry things by pouring in water close to 110 degrees, but results have been mixed.

    I haven't tried making a 2 quart batch yet.

    There's no need to buy extra jars--canning jars and empty quart yogurt containers work just fine....more info
  • Yogurt Yumm
    I've recently started a restrictive diet which requires homemade yogurt. This yogurt maker has been a dream. It couldn't be any easier to make yummy homemade yogurt! I even purchased a glass jar in addition to the plastic container so I can have another batch of yogurt going, while enjoying one in the fridge. Love it!...more info
  • Very Versatile
    A very versatile yoghurt maker. It can also take regular 1 quart yoghurt containers from stores to make yoghurt. Usually, it takes 4-5 hours to make a batch of yoghurt....more info
  • Worthy
    of praise, works efficiently and is very easy to use. Has a comprehensive trouble shooting guide to improve any taste or textural inadequacy. I love the yoghurt made from my own recipe, and it is much firmer using a lot less energy consumption. The container is handy and the volume is generous....more info
  • 9 month review for Yogurmet yogurt maker


    The maker has fins on the inside (which hold the container off the bottom)which make it very difficult to wipe the inside clean, with crud accumulating in the corners.

    I strongly recommend buying an extra container (even if it is overpriced) and not over-filling it. The lid snaps shut, but it has also come loose while in the maker, and while trying to lift the full container in and out of the maker, with disastrous results. Instead of relying on the knob built into the container top, I try to grasp it by the sides, but there is very little clearance. It is always a "hold-your-breath' moment. Otherwise, I have no complaints with this unit....more info
  • Consistent results
    I've made yogurt in the oven but the results were inconsistent. This product yields good results everytime. I use powdered non-fat milk, stonyfield organic plain yogurt as a starter and 1 can of whole or non-fat evaporated milk for extra richness/flavor. I incubate for only 6 hours, then refrigerate. The yogurt is thick and creamy; the flavor is rich and excellent -better than when I used fresh milk only.
    I use a Polder thermometer (that comes with a timer) as a replacement for the broken one that came with the yogurt maker. ...more info
  • Gets too hot!
    I have owned my Yogourmet for one year and have only made a few batches with it. Tonight after finishing a batch, I measured the temperature of the yogurt. It was 120 degrees F. It is supposed to incubate at 100 degrees F.
    This is greatly detrimental to those who are on the SCD diet and need properly prepared yogurt....more info
  • Makes good, consistent yogurt every time in big batches.
    I've had my Yogourmet for about 6 months now and I don't know what I'd do without it (being on the SCD diet and all). I think it was about 60 bucks when I got it, which isn't bad at all considering it can make 1/2 gallon at a time.

    It is made of PP or PE and so is very easy to clean.++

    Comes with the digital thermometer & clip's right onto heating pot. +/-(easy to read & use, but I dislike needing batteries for anything- so I have a little mechanical thermometer as well).

    Batch jar lid seals super tight which makes for longer storage; I've kept a batch in the fridge for over a month no problem.++

    Silent operation obviously since it's just a heater(unless you accidently seal the batch jar while incubating and it BLOWS off later).++

    Uses only 10watts of power at 80mA so energy use is minimal (a bonus in this era of exponentially increasing energy costs).++

    Little red indicator light gives me a quick indicator that it is still on.++

    Fits nicely pretty much anywhere on the countertop.++

    I just with they had a model that had a timer in it that would automatically turn it off after a desired time, but then again, my yogurt is cooked 24hr+ anyhow, so the longer the better I guess after that. Better yet then would be a simple timer in the body that automatically tracks how long you have been incubating.

    Definitely order the 2nd batch jar; that way you can start making another batch just before your previous batch/jar runs out.(I always leave the batch in the same jar to keep from contaminating it and possibly decreasing it's storage life).

    I give 4 stars because to me a 5 star yogurt maker does the boiling, cooling, adding starter, mixing, and incubating, all by itself automatically. Can't find one, so I'm building one myself......more info
  • wonderful
    This is the best product I could ask for. This one I bought for my Mom and she is really happy with. I have experimented with powdered milk, powdered soymilk, regular and a mix of both. I have never had a problem. I like mine thick so I use the knox unflavored geletin...more info
  • Wonderful and Reliable Yogurt Maker
    My family have used this yogurt maker for the past 4 years and I just recently got one for myself. It works fantastically as expected.

    Since I always use the CBA yogurt starter, I use the following recipe instead of the one provided in the instructions:

    1. Boil about one container (5/8 of a gallon) of organic whole milk to 180F/82C.
    2. Cool off to 22-25C.
    3. Stir 2/3 bag of CBA yogurt starter into milk and place it in the yogurt maker for 11 hours.

    It takes about 30 minutes to get the milk ready to the right temperature. The yogurt always comes out with the consistent texture. ...more info
  • A great product!
    It saves us a LOT of money (75% by my reckoning) and it produces very tasty yogurt from 2% milk. Make the yogurt (4 hours exactly) and immediatly transfer to refridgerator (this firms it up perfectly for use next day)....more info
  • Easy and delicious homemade yogurt!
    I have been wanting to make my own yogurt for a long time but was always nervous about the process. This machine makes it so easy! We will never go back to commercial yogurt again....more info
  • Disappointed w/ the manufacturer, unreliable delivery service
    I purchased this Yogourmet yogurt maker to give as a gift and at the same time I also purchased a Salton brand yogurt maker to kept for myself which is way cheaper and only paid $11.99 compared to Yogourmet that I paid $49.62. When the yogourmet yogurt maker arrived the cheese bag wasn't included in the box but a letter was enclosed instructing to order the cheese bag from the manufacturer in Canada. So, I sent an email the same day I received the yogurt maker hoping I can get the cheese bag on time before the day of the party which was last 2/6 and now it's been 12 (2/12/08) days had passed still waiting for the cheese bag. Slow service from the manufacturer and I end up spending another item for gift instead of this Yogourmet yogurt maker. I wouldn't recommend this product aside from way too expensive the service from the manufacturer is very poor and unreliable! I would recommend the Salton brand instead. The price is right and the yogurt is absolutely perfect, I used it 3 times already and don't have any problem with it. The only thing that is missing in the Salton is the thermometer but it wasn't a big deal since it can be purchased at Wallmart for less than $3.00 or on e-bay for a digital thermometer one somewhere around $10.00... Don't waste your money on Yogourmet when you can make the same result with the other brand (Salton) with much cheaper price plus a good way to save more money. Don't buy something (Yogourmet) especially if they don't come with all the parts that is supposed to be included in the box. The buyers do not deserve to order the missing part especially if it wasn't disclosed in the description of the items plus manufacturer is very slow in service. Amazon has nothing to do with this problem same as usual they are doing a fantastic job sending the products in a very timely manner....more info

 

 
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