Dash Bulk Yogurt Maker
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- Make yogurt in bulk with the 1-quart capacity container
- Simple and compact design will fit any counter
- Save hundreds of dollars a year by making yogurt at home
- All non-electric parts are dishwasher safe
- 1-year manufacturer warranty, recipe book and access to our growing database of recipes included
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Make an entire quart of fresh homemade yogurt with the simple push of a button using the Dash Bulk Yogurt Maker. From now on, you will know exactly what goes into the yogurt you eat. Customize your yogurt with different flavors and toppings. Unprocess your food today with the recipe book that is included with purchase, and gain access to our database of thousands of recipes for free!
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However, this unit is very good at keeping your yogurt mix at 100 degrees until you unplug it. Period. You still have to heat the milk to 185 and cool it to 110, add starter, plug in the unit, pour the mix into the container, remember to come back 4 to 12 hours later, unplug the unit and put the container in the fridge. If you've made yogurt before, you probably know how to do all that.
Since I was making yogurt with a heating pad (that turned itself off in exactly one hour and had to be turned back on once per hour for the whole 8 hours) and towels to hold in the heat - this is a big improvement for not much money. It makes 1 qt of yogurt. It doesn't take up much room on the counter and is easy to clean. Other containers (like wide mouth canning jars and used sour cream containers) will fit into the unit and shouldn't be damaged by the low heat, though I haven't tried them yet..
You get the heating unit with cover and a covered yogurt container. To get started you need a half cup of already made yogurt (recommended) or starter powder, and milk. You'll still need a double boiler set up and an ice bath to prepare the mix. As far as I know there isn't any other home unit that does the whole cycle for you. I knew what I was getting into and this unit is half the price of other units so I'm very happy. Just finished my first batch and it's perfect.
A few weeks later... I'm making about 3 batches per week and have got the process down to about 10 min of prep from milk jug to yogurt maker. I let it go for 10 hours because I like tangy yogurt, cool it overnight, then strain it through a (clean) men's handkerchief for half a day. Wonderful cream cheese.
The unit works like a charm and I leave it on the counter all the time (so good thing it's compact and attractive).
Update 12/15/16: I finally found an easy way to make the soy yogurt exactly the way I want it. After much research, I went to the store and bought shelf stable soy milk in a 1 quart box whose only ingredients were soybeans and water. I also bought a cup of vanilla dairy yogurt with live cultures to use as a starter. Buy soy yogurt starter if your family can't tolerate any dairy at all. Based on other reviews I put about an inch of water in the bottom of the Dash, put on the lid, and plugged it in. This keeps an even 108 degrees in mine with no hot or cold spots. Scald the inside of the yogurt maker bucket, lid, kitchen tablespoon, whisk, small bowl, and large bowl by briefly rinsing with boiling water. Leave some boiling water in the larger bowl and put the whisk and spoon ends in there. Open the yogurt and put 2 heaping spoonfuls into the small bowl. Return the spoon to hot water bowl. Open the milk and pour some into the small bowl with the yogurt. Whisk these until blended. Return whisk to hot water bowl. Pour the rest of the milk into the yogurt bucket. Add the contents of the small bowl and whisk well. Remove any larger lumps with the spoon and discard them. Place the lid loosely on the bucket and place the bucket in the heated yogurt maker. Mine "sets" in about 6 hours and I left it for 8. No thickeners needed! Hooray! Save some of your plain yogurt for your next batch. Flavor the rest as desired.