Yogotherm Yogurt Maker
At last, a yogurt maker that uses no energy to incubate yogurt. This styrofoam-insulated container maintains uniform temperature, thus avoiding hot or cool spots. It is light, convenient and easy to clean, only one container to wash.
The Yogotherm can also be used to incubate other lactic products such as fromage blanc, kefir, buttermilk... It can also be used to incubate cheese making starter cultures when making a mother culture.
- Yogotherm insiluted container
- BPA free 2 quart jar with snap on lid
- Yogurt starter culture (sweet)
This yogurt maker maintains the temperature needed to incubate yogurt. Heat your milk on the stove first, add yogurt culture, then pour the milk into the unit for incubating.
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We have already made yogurt with our new Yogotherm and find it to be very satisfactory. Thanks again for the great service.
So easy - so good!
Finally! An easy way to make yogurt that does not require electricity! The yogurt turned out PERFECT, and was tasty to boot!
Great every time!
Perfect yogurt every time and very easy to use. Very convenient and economical.
Best yogurt EVER!
I have tried to make yogurt for years (using Crock-Pot's, heating pads and everything else under the sun) with very little success. My boyfriend told me about the Yogotherm so I got one. The yogurt turns out wonderful EVERY single time. I am incredibly impressed and will definitely suggest this product to anyone who asks.
I've had one of these for well over a decade. A couple of years ago, I purchased an extra bucket for it. I usually make my yogurt with powdered milk, adding extra milk powder to make it thicker. Once I get everything to the proper temperature and mix in the starter, I just pour it all in the bucket. After I set the bucket into the insulated container, I wrap it in a heavy towel and set it in the laundry room to work it's magic. I Love this method and appreciate that I don't need electricity to make yogurt. Sometimes I'll put the yogurt into a strainer made for straining yogurt and end up with a product like Greek yogurt, but usually I just set the bucket in the refrigerator and we enjoy yogurt with agave or honey, some jam and granola for breakfast or a healthy snack. I do pull some out of each batch to use for the next batch so I don't have to continually purchase starter. I've found that I can use reserved yogurt for the next batch for quite awhile before needing a fresh starter.