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EasiYo Yogurt Maker

by EasiYo
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Price: $24.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • For use with EasiYo yogurt mixes only
  • Requires no electricity
  • Made in 3 Simple Steps; simple and cost effective
  • All parts are completely free from polycarbonate, BPA and any form of anti-environmental hormones
  • No fuss, no mess
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Now you can make healthy yogurt at home without making a mess thanks to the Easiyo Yogurt Maker, which features a unique system that takes all the hard work out of making yogurt--as easy as making a cup of tea. With the Easiyo system, you'll use the Yogurt Maker and Easiyo Base and Culture sachets (sold separately) to create fresh yogurt whenever you want it. Easiyo is not only the freshest yogurt you can get--with more beneficial live cultures in every spoonful (probiotic cultures that you need for your digestive and immune health)--it contains no artificial ingredients and more calcium than store bought yogurt. Each batch makes 35oz of fresh yogurt.

Where other home yogurt makers require the pre-heating of ingredients, thermometers, and other attention, the Easiyo Yogurt Maker utilizes a unique baffle system that produces the controlled heat needed to activate all the lactic cultures present in the Easiyo Base and Culture sachets. To make your Easiyo yogurt, just follow three simple steps:

  1. Half-fill the yogurt jar with cold drinking water. Thoroughly mix in the contents of an Easiyo sachet (add 2 to 4 tablespoons sugar if desired). Top up with more cold water. Replace lid and re-shake.
  2. Push the baffle down inside the Yogurt Maker as far as it will go. Pour boiling water into the Yogurt Maker to the top of the red baffle only.
  3. Place jar inside. The boiling water will rise up around the base of the jar. Put lid on Yogurt Maker. Leave a minimum of 6 to 8 hours or overnight until set. Then store the yogurt jar in the refrigerator (40 degrees F).


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Always use a new Easiyo sachet to ensure all the lactic cultures are present in your yogurt every time. Hand wash the yogurt jar and lid thoroughly between use. Clean the Yogurt Maker with a damp cloth; do not immerse in water.


Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0014GU46E
  • Item model number: 120036A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,062 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

It makes great yogurt.
paula smith
And as for your saying you want a "real" fresh dairy product.... read the contents!!
G. Wilkins
Even with 2% milk my yogurt comes out thick and creamy.
alexis

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262 of 266 people found the following review helpful By New in Florida on March 17, 2009
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I was eager to try making homemade yoghurt. However, I knew if it was not easy and cheap,then I would not keep up with it. This yoghurt maker has been the answer to both! Please see the recipe below for making yoghurt with this yoghurt maker without the manufacturer recommended (expensive packets).

1. It is SOOO easy to figure out. Easy directions, no strict time, no electricity.... Follow the directions enclosed, of course. There is no plugging in and no super strict time that you have to adhere to. Basically, you have yoghurt in 8 hours but if you forget, it is still good until up to 24 hours. It just gets tarter as time goes on...Also, you don't have to be worried about leaving the house with something plugged in because you don't plug it in. It uses no electricity. You could easily leave the house in the morning and have yoghurt ready to be refrigerated that night.

2. It is SOOO easy to make the yoghurt. There are two ways to use it to make yoghurt.

a. The first way is easy and yummy but too expensive for my big family if you use it according to the manufacturer with water and the powders that Easiyo sells. Yum, but expensive unless you live in the UK, Australia or New Zealand. So it is easy but not cheap for us in the USA.

b. However, there is an easy way to make yoghurt with this yoghurt maker and keep the cost to a minimum.

THE CHEAP AND EASY RECIPE FOR PLAIN YOGHURT (WITHOUT THE POWDER PACKETS AND ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS):

Ingredients:
4 CUPS OF MILK(organic, fat-free, full-fat, whatever)

1/2 CUP of POWDERED MILK (optional, use it if you like it thicker like Greek or Dannon yoghurt; if you like Yoplait or more European style, then leave it out...
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353 of 391 people found the following review helpful By John L. Guest on April 28, 2009
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Well it is with conflicting emotion that I launch into this review.. I considered not doing one at all, but have decided to do so. Let me make it VERY CLEAR that I am writing this from a specific point of view.

If your idea of "good yogurt maker" is having extremely easy production of $5 a quart yogurt made entirely of water and powdered products in a $25 insulated jar, then skip immediately to the next reviewer.

Mine is not, and based on my careful reading of these reviews, neither is it the view of about 90% of those writing these reviews. If I were going to do this, I'd simply support my local establishments and buy the most expensive, totally organic gourmet yogurts (of all kinds.. goat, cow, soy etc and with most ANY flavoring). $5 a quart is about the MOST they would cost.

If instead your idea is to make excellent yogurt, customized as to source (cow, goat, soy, etc), consistency, flavoring.. and at extremely low cost ($0.75/qt or so), then you'd do better just buying IGLOO 11029 ELITE COOLER JUG 1 GAL - RED or even one of those $4 white STYROFOAM "ICE CHESTS" sold at the local grocery or gas station because that's all you need (and that's basically what this is) and they are MUCH more flexible than this device.

THIS IS NOT A "YOGURT MAKER" (largely the reason for a 1 star) nor as best as my extensive research shows, does anyone make one.. (perhaps there are some large, commercial ones). All of the "makers" I find are really just "temperature control and insulation" devices. Some integrate a timer or whatever, but nothing is actually controlled and you still have to do the initial prep work.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By alexis on October 13, 2008
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This is a wonderful device, and it makes fabulous yoghurt! I made my first batch the same day the Easiyo arrived. Took all of 3 minutes. I can hardly wait to get some extra "jars" so I can keep a batch going all the time. If you love yoghurt but hate all the fuss and bother of boiling or heating the milk then using all those little glass jars and have yet another appliance taking up space on your kitchen counters, the Easiyo is for you. I look forward to trying various starters and tasting the results. All you really need though is fresh organic milk, a yummy French-style yoghurt, and you are good to go. You won't be disappointed by the Easiyo.

FYI: S. Lowry (above) apparently had some trouble making yogurt from ready-made yogurt. I have had supreme success using fresh locally produced yogurt that we buy at the Farmers' Market. I use the age-old fail-safe recipe of one heaping tablespoon of this yogurt per cup of fresh organic milk. Even with 2% milk my yogurt comes out thick and creamy. I advise that if you have a batch that does not turn out, to simply try again with a different yogurt. It is not really necessary to use a powdered starter. I would not, however, use a supermarket yogurt as much of the good bacteria will likely be damaged or killed by the thickeners and fillers commercial production often involves.

ADDENDUM:
Well, it is March 31, 2010 and ,I have had the Easiyo for over 18 months at this point. I have used it constantly. I have learned that I need only 1 heaping tablespoon of yoghurt per QUART of milk to start a new batch. I found some glass jars that work just fine and use them now instead of the plastic jars the company sells. I get the jars 2 per pack at Costco. They contain artichoke hearts, and the brand is Cynara.
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