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Aroma AYM-606 8-Cup Digital Yogurt Maker

by Aroma
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  • Electric yogurt maker for making creamy, healthy yogurt at home
  • User-friendly control panel with digital display and programmable timer
  • 8 BPA-free plastic cups with leak-resistant lids included
  • Automatic shut-off; dishwasher-safe lid and reusable cups
  • Measures 13-2/5 by 11-2/7 by 6-2/3 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 9.4 x 11.4 inches ; 3.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0037Z4OES
  • Item model number: AYM-606
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,688 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Enjoy making yogurt at home with easy-to-use digital controls. Makes over 5 cups of yogurt; enough for the whole family. 8 separate cups allow for different flavors to be made simultaneously- so everyone in the family can create their favorite! Fully customizable digital timer for a variety of yogurt recipes.


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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use.
Michael Scott
The tartness is just right to my taste and the texture is smooth and creamy.
Bookreader345
The instructions in the booklet were well-written and easy to follow.
Olive

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196 of 202 people found the following review helpful By John Yezeguielian on July 24, 2010
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The Aroma AYM-606 8-cup Digital Yogurt Maker was delivered to my house this morning. I put it to work about 2 this afternoon, and am very pleased with the results. This being my first batch, I expect some adjustments will be necessary. I used whole milk, but did not heat it to 180 F as the instructions suggest, as I'd read in several other sources that such isn't necessary. I took the milk down to 110 F (the instructions said 115, but I heard that higher temps could kill the bacteria,) added a couple tablespoons of sugar to the milk, and then added 3 tablespoons of Greek Yogurt (sans gelatin, etc.) along with a couple tablespoons of cold milk (as the instructions suggest) and mixed the lot thoroughly. A ladle made quick work of putting the mix in the cups, and I felt certain that they would be well heated by the design of this unit.

The interface couldn't be easier. Power it up, the digital display comes on. Add hours and minutes desired, and press the Start button. The countdown begins, the unit keeping it at the right temperature, then shuts itself off when it's done. (This last is what is lacking in many other units under $50.) Next time, I'll set it for 10 hours instead of 9:15, to firm it up a bit more, and probably add vanilla extract to some of the cups.

That there are 8 cups is a pleasure. The tops screw on quite readily. I will probably want to get another set of cups so I can make a new batch before the old one is gone, but that's the case with any yogurt maker.

It's been a couple of months that I've been looking at the various models, wanting automatic shut-off and preferring some sort of active interface over the standard "oh, just push the power button and then come back to it when the time is out.
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211 of 225 people found the following review helpful By William on November 27, 2011
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This being my first yogurt maker, I've learned a couple of things that might be useful. This yogurt maker, as with most of the others I can see on Amazon, are really nothing more than a heating element that keeps the yogurt a constant temperature for the intended cooking (or "growing") period.

Lesson 1: These are not like bread machines where you add all the ingredients and walk away. You have to boil the milk (or at least heat it up), let it cool, mix in starter, and then put it in the maker to cook. In other words, you do most of the yogurt "making".

Lesson 2: Although the pictures of this yogurt maker make it look like you can make multiple flavors in one batch, that's not practical. Actually, whatever you add to the yogurt prior to or during the "cooking period" must not introduce other bacterial cultures. Consequently, adding fruit or other flavorings that have not been sterilized is not a good idea. Consequently, you effectively make 8 small cups of plain yogurt, and then add flavors as you consume it. There are exceptions (like vanilla flavoring or other basic changes), but fruit is, as far as I can tell, out of the question.

Lesson 3: Because I can't make multiple flavors anyway, why would I want to constantly mess with 8 smaller cups, instead of one 2-qt container? It's just simpler all around to get the 2 qt model, dish out small amounts, and flavor them as you consume them. Further compounding my problem, there are NO EXTRA CUPS available on the market for this Aroma model, which means I have to empty every cup before I can begin making the next batch. So, I end up combining them all into one container anyway, so I can then wash the containers and make more. 8 small cups is just painful.
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By TheConstantConsumer on September 12, 2010
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I decided to start trying new things with food so I started with making our own yogurt. This is a great purchase and I highly recommend anyone to buy this if they are interested in making their own yogurt. It comes with directions for making your own yogurt that is very simple and easy to follow. The very first batch I made turned out perfect! I would suggest buying plain yogurt as a starter instead of the powdered culture. Its much easier and its still cheaper. In the directions it says to heat to a certain temp then to cool to a certain temp. I dont even do that because Its too complicated for me. I just barely bring the milk to a boil while frequently stirring to prevent scalding. Then I pop it in the fridge and do a finger dip check to see if it has cooled enough. I basically make sure its cool enough to keep my finger tip in the milk for a few seconds with out hurting. I then mix in the starter culture slowly with a wisk, pour it in the containers and set the yogurt maker for 9 hours then you have an excellent batch of home made yogurt. You will not regret trying this new idea, the yogurt is delicious it has no added sugar and will save you a bit of money. You will love this!
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Bookreader345 on September 11, 2010
I am super new to yogurt making. I chose this yogurt maker for the price, the automatic shut off, and the fact that there are 8 cups. I made my first batch last night and am now eating some tasty yogurt. Like the other reviewer, I did not take my milk all the way to 185 as suggested in the recipe that comes with the yogurt maker. If you make sure all your utensils and pans are sterlized, I don't see the point of heating pasturized milk up to that high a temp. again. I went to 165 then cooled my pan quickly in a ice water bath to 110 degrees. I then pitched my starter. I used store bought; organic; full fat; plain yogurt and whole milk. Aroma stresses several times in the booklet that the fat content of the milk and the yogurt starter should be similar for best results. I had not seen that mentioned in recipes I found elsewhere on the web, but it makes alot of sense. I only set the timer at 8 hrs because I don't like my yogurt super tart. 8 hrs is the suggested minimum in the directions. At 8 hrs the machine gave a little beep and shut itself off. The yogurt was set up well. I couldn't wait the full 8 hrs of recommended chill time though and after 4 hrs of chilling tried a cup. The tartness is just right to my taste and the texture is smooth and creamy. Yay!!

The only gripe I have is that I have repeatedly emailed Aroma via their website, both before and after my purchase, to inquire about getting additional cups and lids and have received zero replies. Not even one of those fake reply emails saying that they got my inquiry. If a company is going to offer an email option, why not have someone check it from time to time? I guess I will just have to call the customer service number.

***Update***Contacted Aroma at the customer service number on their website.
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