Euro Cuisine YMX650 Automatic Digital Yogurt Maker
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- Easy-to-use automatic yogurt maker
- Makes 42 ounces in 6 to 10 hours
- 15-hour countdown timer
- Easy-to-read LCD display
- Seven 6-ounce jars with dateable lids
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|Dimensions||8 inches x 12 inches x 12 inches||6 inches x 9.5 inches x 9.5 inches||6 inches x 9.5 inches x 9.5 inches||9.88 inches x 9.76 inches x 7.08 inches|
|Item Weight||4 pounds||5 pounds||5 pounds||6 pounds|
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After experimentation here's our go-to, no-fail way to make firm, non-tart, non-fat Greek Yogurt: We heat organic non-fat milk until it reaches 185 degrees (do not stir, and don't scrape the film from the bottom of the pot!), and let it cool to 108 - 112 degrees (we place the pot in an ice bath to speed things up). In an 8-cup Pyrex measuring cup, place about 2 tablespoons of fresh yogurt from the store (we use Fage or an organic brand). Spoon a little of the 108-112 degree milk into the yogurt, stir to temper and blend, then add the rest of the milk (stirring to blend), and pour it into 6-cup round Pyrex glass container that is in the yogurt maker. Set the timer to 6 hours. When the yogurt is done, place a fine strainer that has cheesecloth doubled over it (we use an Ecobag muslin bag that fits my strainer) over the washed 8-cup Pyrex measuring cup, and dump the yogurt into it. Refrigerate and let it strain 2-10 hours. The longer you strain, the thicker it gets, so you can control the texture you want. Spoon the yogurt into the glass jars that come with the machine, and add fruit, preserves, nuts, granola or sugar to taste.Read more ›
2/14/13 update: Since we'd read that some use only 2 oz. of yogurt starter, we tried using a fourth of the 200g Fage container, which worked, but didn't have quite the quality of using half the container.Read more ›
The build quality is nicer than others I've used. It turns itself off. The cups are glass, not plastic, and you can easily use one large container instead of the cups, to make Greek yogurt. The price is reasonable.
I did a lot of research, and I've used the Aroma digital yogurt maker and made yogurt in thermoses. The Aroma unit has small cups. They're plastic, they discolor quickly, and they have silicone O rings that fall out after a few washings. The thermos method is fine, but the plastic thermos lids reek of rotting milk after a time.
Short of the fully automatic Cuisinart, which is very expensive and has mixed reviews, I think this is the best bet.
I'm on a diet, but I love cheese. I make Greek yogurt/yogurt cheese by making a batch of skim milk yogurt in the Euro Cuisine then putting it in the fridge overnight in a fine mesh strainer over a bowl. The product is very low in calories and quite like cream cheese or soft cheese. Surprisingly satisfying!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've tried a number of starters and different types of milk. My fav is to fill one of the cups provided with Fage greek plain yogurt. It's 6oz. , the perfect amount. Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Victoria
I've loved being able to make my own yogurt, and this makes great yogurt! I'm glad I found it.Published 7 days ago by Beth Hill
product itself is great, however I am still not successful to make a non-dairy yogurt with it so far.Published 10 days ago by S Pleiades
Makes some pretty killer yogurt if you know what you're doing... I unfortunately don't, my yogurt stinks. Not the products fault, that's my bad! ; - )Published 11 days ago by Your Forte Products
This is a very good yogurt maker. It is too small, making only 7 jars of yogurt, so you can't use a whole quart of milk and you run out of yogurt quickly. Read morePublished 18 days ago by carol
Using this maker for vegan yogurt. Exactly as described online and very easy to use.Published 22 days ago by Lynn young
used a couple times now and works very well. Just FYI to those new yo making yogurt if the yogurt separates that means it was over cultured so follow instructions for your culture... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Shannon B
I sent it back...it was waaay smaller in person. Too small to do me any good. I have a Jersey cow!!Published 1 month ago by Susan Weiss