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Aroma AYM-606 8-Cup Digital Yogurt Maker
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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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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Those cups are designed so stupid. They are so difficult to clean. The yogurt maker itself also difficult to clean.Published 10 days ago by Ruiqi L.
Works AWESOME, if you have kids that will do this. Making yogurt takes a really long time, just like beef jerkey. But the flavor is amazing.Published 1 month ago by Tanya
Works as advertised. Easy to use. Makes a total of about 4 cups of yogurt per batch. The first batch I made did not thicken because I didn't heat the milk to 180 degrees. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Andretti