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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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Make homemade yogurt without having to worry about making a mistake -- the Euro Cuisine Automatic Yogurt Maker does all the work for you! Simply pour your prepared yogurt mixture into the jars, set the digital countdown timer, and wake up the next morning to delicious yogurt that'll complete your lunch or breakfast. Yogurt makers let you control the sweetness, flavor, consistency, and fat content of your yogurt, so you can feel in charge of what you're eating. The seven different jars are great for making different flavors, and their lids feature a dial that lets you set the date. 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. Automatic shut-off feature. Instructions and recipes included.

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Color:Silver
Product Dimensions 12 x 12 x 8 inches
Item Weight 4 pounds
Shipping Weight 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Euro Cuisine
ASIN B002BQ98EU
Item model number YMX650
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4.6 out of 5 stars 347 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,951 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#6 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances > Yogurt Makers
Date first available at Amazon.com May 31, 2009

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I bought this yogurt maker about two years ago, and have been making great yogurt 1-2x per week. The benefits are that the machine beeps and turns itself off, has glass jars, and most importantly, can accommodate a single large glass container for making Greek yogurt. We have had no problems at all with it.

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.
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We're very happy with ours. After becoming fond of yogurt in France, we've been disappointed that we can't find a similar taste and texture here at a decent price (and without all the added sugar or flavoring). So, like others, we've experimented with various starter options. We found that using half of a 7 oz container of Fage 2% fat Greek yogurt, available at our local grocery for $1.50, and 2% milk, we could get pretty close to what we had in France. What we made using the packets of starter that came with the yogurt maker, was pretty good, but the best price we found was about $1.60 per packet (which makes only 1 batch, not 2). Yes, one can use one of the 7 jars to make a 2nd batch, but we found it wasn't quite as firm as the first batch -- and you net only 13 jars from 2 batches vs. 14 using the Fage. But, the packets have a long shelf life and are easy to use. We followed the directions, heating the 2% milk to 180 degF over a low gas flame and then cooling to 110 degF in some water in the sink, using a digital candy thermometer -- then adding some of the warm milk to 1/2 the Fage yogurt (saving the other 1/2 for a 2nd batch), mixing with a whisk, returning it to the pan of warm milk, whisking again, then pouring into the jars (via measuring cup with pour spout) and setting the timer for 12 hours. Others like the Stonyfield Greek yogurt, but we haven't found it in small containers. Based on tasting no-fat yogurt, we figured 2% would give us the taste we were looking for without as much fat as whole milk.
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.
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The secret to perfect yogurt... longer heating times with added dry milk to make a thick stand on your spoon type yogurt. I made my 1st batch using skim milk and 3 cups of dried skim milk...followed their directions,I used 5 tablespoons of raspberry syrup. put it on 14 hours and wow , thick and beautiful see my photos!!! I am so pleased!
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I have owned this yogurt maker for about a year, and I absolutely love it! I will never buy yogurt at the store again. It's so expensive to buy the active culture yogurt in the store, and you're never guaranteed the cultures are still active. With this, you know the cultures are still active because you wouldn't have yogurt if they weren't. I also love that I can control the fat content of the milk, the type of sweetener, and I know there are no preservatives. I use skim milk, a little bit of sugar to sweeten after the yogurt is done, and dump in some frozen mixed berries for a great breakfast! I ordered a second set of jars so I can keep a steady supply of yogurt going in the fridge. I also love that the jars have lids that you can set the date so I can tell exactly how old the yogurt is and not have to worry about it. The maker is so easy to use, and it's a great investment!
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I'm happy with this.

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!
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