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- Comes complete with seven 6 oz. glass jars to make creamy and delicious yogurt or use your own glass containers to make larger batches
- Time indicator to remind you when your yogurt will be ready
- Yogurt made fresh in yolife can contain much higher amounts of active cultures than store-bought yogurt that’s been sitting on store shelves
- Make yogurt in your Tribest Personal Blender blending containers for quick and easy smoothies
- 5-year warranty
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The Yolife Yogurt Maker is the fast and easy way to make fresh yogurt at home. In just 8-12 hours, Yolife can make nutritious yogurt from milk or soymilk with the convenient glass containers that are included. Or, you can choose to use your own larger containers to make up to 80 oz of yogurt at a time for the whole family. Simply add milk or soymilk, active cultures, and your favorite flavorings to make delicious and creamy yogurt at home. Yolife maintains the optimal environment for the active cultures to quickly turn your milk or soymilk into nutritious yogurt filled with beneficial probiotics.Yolife comes with seven convenient 6 oz glass jars so you can have fresh yogurt every day of the week. Unlike other yogurt makers, it also comes with a large cover so you can use your own larger containers for making up to 80 oz of fresh yogurt at a time. That means you can use your glass storage jars, food processing containers or other containers to make your fresh yogurt. Yolife can even make yogurt inside Tribest® Personal Blender® blending containers – so you can make your yogurt, add fresh or frozen fruit, and instantly whip up a delicious blended smoothie.
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Secondly, if you measure the temperature of your finished product, you might find that it exceeds the recommended 110 degrees. To correct this, I place a metal trivet in the base to raise the jars away from direct contact with the heating element. This increased air circulation keeps the temperature of the product within range.
If I could find a better yogurt maker I'd buy it... but until then, this will have to do.
The maximum/ideal heat for a yogurt maker is supposed to be between 105 and 110 degrees, which is ideal for growing the culture. If you search the reviews below, and Google complaints against Tribest Yolife, you will find numerous examples of the same complaint.
I was able to fix the temp defect by adding about 1/2 inch of pea-gravel into the base of the unit, and placing the jars on top of this. This resulted in lowering the temp of the jars to the desired 110 degrees. From reviews below, I see that others have done much the same by adding washers or bolts. With this fix in place, I am now able to make great yogurt with the Tribest.
Since I worked out my newbie errors with my other one, I haven't had a bad batch with this one. The instructions included with this YoLife yogurt maker stretch the limits of yogurt making a bit ridiculously far. Sure, you "can" make yogurt with cold milk and yogurt if you leave it in there long enough, but without a constant temperature monitor to know when it reached the right temperature so that you can then leave it incubating long enough after that to make yogurt how likely is that to happen? That seems like an incredibly ridiculous boast to include in a Usage Guide, and from what I've seen the people trying to do as little as possible and make their yogurt this way don't really read their instructions or do any small bits of research are very unhappy with their results and therefore their yogurt maker. They need to write a more realistic user's guide.
While the Usage Guide is kind of useless to me, I do enjoy using this maker and get excellent results myself, because I continue to use the recipe and instructions from my first maker; 42 ounces of milk (I use whole milk) and 6 ounces of fresh yogurt (I use Stonyfield's organic whole milk yogurt.) Except that since I now use the 8 ounce Ball glass jars that give more room I use 44 ounces of milk, 4 ounces of half and half, and 7 ounces of yogurt, and I started adding one teaspoon of sugar to give the cultures more to do and I get an awesome thick & creamy yogurt, the consistency of thick sour cream. I simmer the milk and half & half for about 3 minutes, bring it back down to 110 degrees, then add the yogurt and whisk it all together with a silicone whisk and then pour it off into the jars. I let it set for about 8 to 9 hours, more than that makes the yogurt watery and almost grainy.
They could write a more realistic usage guide, and this machine would be perfect if it had an automatic shut off, but it's possible to make excellent yogurt with this machine and in various sized containers if you follow good directions.