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Euro Cuisine YM80 Yogurt Maker

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  • Seven ? 6oz Glass containers allows for making up to seven different types of Flavors
  • Comes with on/off switch and light indicating unit is working
  • Glass Jars are dishwasher safe
  • Three-year warranty and BPA Free
  • Timer on the side marks time when yogurt will be finished cooking
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9.5 x 6 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000EX16RY
  • Item model number: YM80
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (551 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #432 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Enjoy your favorite flavor, made fresh at home with little fuss and preparation. The entire process takes between 6 to 10 hours. The yogurt maker includes seven 6-ounce glass jars with lids so you can make a different flavor in each. Timer on the side marks time when yogurt will be finished cooking. The unit has on/off switch and light indicating unit is working.


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Customer Reviews

It's very easy to use.
S. Leigh Whitaker
To sum up, if you're looking for an affordable, easy to use, dependable yogurt maker, I don't think you will be disappointed in purchasing this one.
Catkin
I would recommend the Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker to anyone wanting to make their own yogurt.
California gal

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

423 of 436 people found the following review helpful By mrsjpvan2 on February 2, 2005
Originally I ordered the Girmi yogurt maker but received the Euro Cuisine one instead. I called the company to see if it had been sent by mistake but was told that the Girmi yogurt machine does not have an indicator to let you know it's on - a real advantage. I kept the Euro Cuisine and love it! It made delicous yogurt on my first try.

The company representative spoke with me at length about making yogurt in this machine. You don't have to warm the milk if it's pasturized but it should be at room temperature along with the starter.

I warmed the milk anyway, and made sure the starter was at room temperature and then mixed the milk and the starter in a pitcher. It's easier to pour that way. I made 3 different kinds at once. Apricot, berry and vanilla. All were good. I did add a little sugar to the vanilla yogurt.

I would buy this machine again.
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266 of 280 people found the following review helpful By LDSINKG on March 20, 2005
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This is my first Amazon review ~ I would give this product 5 stars if it had an auto shut off and auto timer but for the price it is a beautiful yogurt maker. I am a first timer with making yogurt and had ordered the Eurocuisine AND the Donvier yogurtmaker because I was too impatient to wait for the Donvier to come (it was on a preorder basis from Amazon and the Eurocuisine was ready to ship)so I ordered both and thought I would give the Eurocuisine to my mom when the Donvier came. I must say that the very first time I made the yogurt in the Eurocuisine it came out extraordinary. The yogurt tastes like a dream! It is so good that I just cancelled my preorder for the Donvier Yogurtmaker. I was also made aware of the fact that the Donvier, as lovely as it might be, does not have glass jars like the Eurocuisine does, I believe they are plastic. While the Donvier does have the thermometer (the thermometer does not have the tempurature - it just tells you when the milk is cool enough to add the yogurt starter) auto shut off or auto timer - (the Eurocuisine has a manual timer that you set by hand - works for me!), I found the Eurocuisine just perfect. - I am so happy with this yogurtmaker I am ordering more glass jars so I can always have a supply of yogurt on hand.
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195 of 213 people found the following review helpful By oddlovely on January 15, 2010
A wonderfully simple and elegant tool. The first time I used it, my yogurt came out perfectly -- firm and creamy. I used 42 ounces of Horizon organic vitamin D milk. Yes, this is whole milk. But remember, when the food producers take something out of a food, they always put something possibly dodgy back in. Look at the ingredients on skim milk. Also, 6 ounces of whole milk is only 100 calories. And Horizon milk tastes great! Great ingredients make great food.

I boiled the milk, stirring frequently so as not to burn. It took about 20 minutes, but I just puttered around the kitchen during that time. Warm/hot milk smells heavenly! When it began to climb the sides, I took it off the heat, stuck in a candy thermometer, and set it in the sink which had cold water in it. I took 6 ounces of Stonyfield Greek style yogurt and placed it in the microwave. CAREFULLY warmed it, just a few seconds at at time until it was just barely warm so as not to kill the goodness.

Once the milked had cooled to about 97 fahrenheit (36 celsius) I spooned a small amount into the yogurt and whisked, repeating until the mixture was very smooth, then poured, while whisking, into the warm milk. Poured it into the containers and 8.5 hours later...perfection! It was lightly tart, firm and creamy. A little dab of honey and holy smoly!

At this point I have to make a couple of comments about what some other reviewers said. Lack of timer...really? Come now, it's not rocket science. Just take the time you start the machine and add how many hours you want it to cook. If you're afraid you'll forget, then use the numbers on the side and line the little line on the lid up to that number.
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96 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Job Hunter on April 15, 2006
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I've been eating two or three cups of yogurt per week for what must be twenty years. During the last year, I've moved away from the low-fat sweetened yogurt to just plain because I didn't want to eat the additives in store-bought yogurt anymore. When I started eating organic plain variety, I hated paying the high prices (about 1.50 per cup), and it still had additives and the clear, filmy whey stuff on top kind of grossed me out.

So, I decided I would try and make my own not only because I wanted to save money but I also wanted control over the ingredients. I looked at several machines, ultimately choosing the YM80 because of its price, the generally good reviews posted here, and its relatively small size. Gosh, was I surprised!

I'm very impressed with the quality of yogurt. The yogurt is the BEST I've eaten. My first batch had a smooth creamy consistency with a fresh, assertive tang. I decided to experiment and used goat's milk and a Greek organic yogurt starter.

It was positively delicious, and I was delighted by the results. I also like that you can add your own stuff like frozen blueberries and walnuts. But it tastes great just plain, and I'm now eating at least a cup a day, sometimes two, and I swear I think it's help my digestion--not real sure, just feels that way. I didn't know yogurt could be so easy to make or taste this good.

The YM80 works right out of the box. The 6 oz. glass (!) jars are sturdy, and the machine doesn't take up much space--very important for me. At first I thought the jars were too small, as I was accoustomed to eating 8 oz, but now I think the 6 oz. is perfect.

I have two minor complaints, neither of which affected the finished yogurt. One: It doesn't come with a cooking thermometer.
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