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Yogurt cheese is a delicious low fat substitute for cream cheese, mayonnaise, sour cream or whipping cream. Just add yogurt and the unique patented design produces yogurt cheese in 2 to 24 hours.
Yogurt is actually composed of coagulated particles called curds which are suspended in a watery liquid called whey. As the whey is drained off in the strainer, the remaining curd becomes a thick cheese-like spread. The Sealed container prevents odor transfer and provides storage.
This yogurt cheese makes delicious dips, salad dressings, sandwich spreads, even low fat cheesecakes. Spread it on toast, muffins or bagels, or use it on top of potatoes. Serve yogurt cheese plain, or flavor with fruit, sugar or vanilla for a sweeter taste.
Allows you to create thick, creamy yogurt cheese with this uniquely designed strainer at home
Patented design produces yogurt cheese in 2 to 24 hours, small size makes it easy to drain yogurt in the refrigerator, sealed container prevents odor transfer and provides storage
Unit consists of plastic container and stainless steel fine-mesh strainer
Compact and easy to store when not needed
1. Clean unit with soap just before each use
2. Place the strainer in its plastic container and add up to 3 cups of homemade or commercial yogurt to the strainer. Makes up to 1 cup
3. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Yogurt will continue to thicken for up to 24 hours
4. When yogurt has reached the desired thickness, drain off whey and reserve for other recipes. Remove yogurt from strainer and transfer to an airtight container. Refrigerate up to 2 week
I don't know what kind of yogurt the other reviewers are using with this unit, but my homemade goat milk yogurt goes right through the mesh. Read morePublished 4 days ago by NatureLover
I like this. It comes in handy when I make my soymilk yogurt cheese, There's really not mush too it, for the money, but it does the job well.Published 21 days ago by Bob B.
This works great. The result is a bit thicker than greek yogurt and you lose a bit more of the white liquid, but the result is a very rich, thick product and it drops clean out of... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Happy Traveller
Not sure why more people haven't caught onto this. Making yogurt "cheese" is simple and inexpensive. With enough time allowed, you can get it nearly cream cheese-thick. Read morePublished 1 month ago by El Burro
It works really well, I just think it's rather over priced for something that doesn't multi-task and has virtually no parts.Published 1 month ago by dina
Wow! Had no idea it was this simple to make my own cream cheese! Easy to clean too!Published 1 month ago by Edmuncm
using to make Quark from Milk Kefir. container is a 6 inch cube with tight fitting lidPublished 2 months ago by LMT W.