Once the yogurt has cooked, just turn off the yogurt maker, remove the jars, and place the lids on each. Place the little jars in the refrigerator so they can cool. In a few hours, you’ll have delicious, creamy, made-from-scratch yogurt.
I personally like plain, Greek-style yogurt topped with granola and berries, but the yogurt maker contains instructions for making flavored yogurt with fresh fruit, preserved fruit, coffee, jam, and more.
If you don’t want to take my word for it, the Amazon reviews speak for themselves. The yogurt maker had 4.4 stars on over 2,400 customer reviews. Here’s what some people are saying about it:
«The Euro Cuisine YM80 Yogurt Maker is my favorite appliance. It is so simple to use and the glass jars are very durable. I make my yogurt mix in the evening and let the machine do the work while I sleep. I’ve never had a bad batch of yogurt. The appliance is easy to store and makes no noise. The yogurt it makes is much healthier and yummier than store bought yogurt.» —Molly Bowen
«Such a simple little yogurt maker, but it works great! Especially for the price, it’s fantastic. The size of the yogurt jars are perfect for a serving of yogurt. The machine comes with recipes, which is awesome for someone new to yogurt making. The whole «timer» thing that’s indicated isn’t really a timer… or at least not how I’ve seen it work, so make sure to take note of that. However, since you normally have the yogurt culturing for some time anyway, I’ve found it’s simplest just to make the yogurt before bed and let it culture overnight. It will be done in the morning and you can just put it in the fridge.» Jillian Tetangco
Мысль на память: Скорее наймут человека с энтузиазмом, чем того, который все знает.