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Extra Glass Jars For Automatic Yogurt Maker

Extra Glass Jars For Automatic Yogurt Maker

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SKU: E79J
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Set of eight 6 ounce glass jars with lids, a yogurt lover's essential. These jars allow you to make up to eight different types of yogurt at one time. No need to finish the first batch before starting another.

The lids are airtight and store perfectly in the refrigerator. Each lid also has a date setting function to mark the make date.

These jars can be used with the Automatic Yogurt Maker, or on their own.

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Contains

  • Eight 6 ounce glass jars with screw on lids

Care

  • Glass jars are dishwasher safe

Brand
Eurocuisine

Note
Yogurt Maker and Top Tier Unit are sold separately

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11/21/2018
Barbara

Love It

This makes making my goats milk yogurt so easy, just set it and forget it. I do let it go longer than 15 ours to get a thicker yogurt. I am wondering where to get extra lids for the jars, the ones with the dial. One of mine is starting to crack. I don't put them on tight but it is cracking anyway. Please advise.

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02/13/2016
AmyO
CA

not exactly the same

I ordered an extra set of these jars for my Euro Cuisine last year and they were a little different then shown. They did not have the date set thing(I didn't really care) and the tops were flat, not set in so they do not stack as nicely as the ones that came with the machine. My family likes the single serving, which is why I bother with these but they get tedious to clean. They should not have that internal top lip. A straight wall like a wide mouth mason jar would be a better design. Also, the lids never truly tighten, they often pop loose when I move them in the refrigerator, or when they slip because they do not properly stack