|Product Type: Yogurt maker||Voltage: 110 Volts (V)|
|Number of Jars Included: 7||Number of Flavors: 7|
|Assembly Required: No||Watts: 10 Watts (W)|
|Jar Material: Glass||Color: Black|
|Jar Capacity: 178 Ounces||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Jar Lids Included: Yes||Gloss Finish: Yes|
|Material: Plastic||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Dishwasher Safe Components: Jars||Freezing Required: No|
|Non-Skid: Yes||Electric: Yes|
|Batteries Required: No||Automatic: Yes|
|Completion Time: 10 Minutes||Mixing Bowl Included: No|
|Yogurt Jars Included: Yes||Churn Blade Included: No|
|Recipes Included: Yes||Multiple Flavor Capability: Yes|
|Capacity: 42 Quarts||Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
“Does this come with an automatic shut off or would I need to set my kitchen timer?” asked by Hannah
“I've recently become very interested in making Quark. Do you know what that is? Can I use this to make it?” asked by Cherrie
“I would like to start making my own yogurt to try and save some cash in the long run. Does this have any sort of warranty?” asked by Frank
“I'm not a big fan of washing things by hand. Can you tell me if this is dish washer safe?” asked by Sherry
Tribest Yolife Yogurt Maker
Jo-gurt from Jamestown, Ca
I have been using this yogurt maker for more than a 2 years now and never had a batch fail. I make Greek yogurt in Quart Jars and the high dome lid. So very worth the few hours wait and I know what is in my yogurt. Plain,favored or used for cooking it is a of great benefit to ones heath.
Waste of time and money
Jackson County Master Food Preserver from Gold Hill OR– Verified Buyer
I have had this yogurt maker for several weeks, and after a dozen tries have still not had satisfactory yogurt. Variables don't seem to matter -- even warming the milk slightly and running 12 hours has produced nothing but a watery, tasteless glop. O am very, very dissatisfied with this useless product.
Versatile and simple.
BKHunter from Bangor, ME
We use the YoLife at least once a week to make plain yogurt. It works far better than our previous yogurt maker and is more versatile. With the open warming bed we can use any size jar or bowl. It is easy to keep clean with the sealed base, the jars and covers pop right into the dishwasher. The only shortcoming, the tall lid is a little too tall for half-pint mason jars--more heat is lost than saved and it takes longer to "cook" or a small towel is needed over the top, while the short lid doesn't fit over them at all. Otherwise, a wonderful product at a great price.
Renaenae from Ames, IA
I've used this yogurt maker about 4 times and have had excellent results. I had to troubleshoot my yogurt recipe to get a nice consistancy, but once I figured it out, it is great. The yogurt does taste like plain you buy in the store, but if you add fresh fruit to it, you don't notice the sourness. I heat the milk (I've tried 1% and whole milk with 1/4 cup of powdered milk per cup of liquid milk to make it creamier) to 185 F, let it cool to 105 F then whisk in about a tablespoon of starter per jar of yogurt I want to make. Pour into the jars and let it incubate overnight. It is best if you refridgerate it before eating.
great product everyone should try it
surely from fla
This product is so simple to use. it took me three trys to get the ingredients right but I would recoomend to everyone who wants to be healthy. Very inexpensive and easy.
very good product.
Marcelle from Florida
The best things about this product is that you can use any jar beside the jars that come with the machine; and to have the yogurt not sour I use the machine for 5 hrs intead of 6 or 8 hours, I will reccomend this product to all that love yogurt.
Tom the Cook from Brattleboro, Vermont– Verified Buyer
This machine heated my incubating milk to 110 degrees F. But I was trying to make 100% Lactobaciullus acidophilus yougurt, which needs 100-1o3 degrees.
Great Little Yogurt Maker!
Gina [...] from Virginia
Great machine that does just what it promises - makes great yogurt!
Joyce from Indiana
I absolutely love this yogurt maker! It comes with 2 lids for making large or small batches. I use the large lid and use 2 Quart or 4 pint canning jars with the plastic lids you can purchase where ever canning supplies are sold. I make some every week.
gets lots of use
AquarianBath from Daytona Beach– Verified Buyer
I am new at yogurt making and this product is giving me a great experience. Lots of recipes included as a jumping off point. You can use your own larger jars too.
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