- Product Dimensions: 24.8 x 24.8 x 8.9 cm
- Item model number: GY4
- ASIN: B003V2J0NM
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 6 September 2014
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EuroCuisine Glass Cookware Top Tier Yogurt Maker (Clear, One size)
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- Double the capacity of euro cuisine yogurt makers by adding a second tier of glass jars
- Extra glass jars are available separately
- Dishwasher safe
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The possibilities become endless. You can make a batch of your favorite yogurt. Or, you can make several jars of multiple flavors. Please add only one tier per unit as the temperature varies too widely by adding more. Yogurt makers, extra glass jars, and yogurt making accessories are available separately. Works with euro cuisine model numbers ym80, ym100 and ymx650
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Because there have been quite a few reviewers who experienced difficulty with the second tier - I thought I'd post my process. I hope this helps, and good luck with your yogurt.
* I use 49 ounces of whole milk with 2 TABLESPOONS of plain Greek yogurt as a starter for each 7-jar batch of yogurt.
* To prepare the mix for the yogurt maker; USING A COOKING THERMOMETER, I gently heat the milk to 182° f for 2-3 minutes stirring periodically. I then cool the pot of milk to 104°-105° f. Next I mix 1/4 cup of the cooled milk into the yogurt in a separate bowl to temper it, then gently stir that mixture into the rest of the milk and skim off any foam that develops. Finally, I pour the milk/yogurt mixture into the jars and wipe off any drips.
* When processing a single 7-jar batch - I put the jars into the COLD yogurt maker and let them process for 6-hours. Since the yogurt maker heats to a steady 120° f, more time than that causes the whey to separate from the curd and leaves the yogurt cracked and watery.
* When processing both tiers (14-jars) - I PREHEAT the yogurt maker, put a warm towel on top then cover the towel and the outside of the top tier (only) with a soft insulated "cooler" bag to keep the heat in. The top layer is slightly cooler than the bottom at about 114° f.
Because I can't make all the jars at once, I put the first batch of jars in the TOP layer. I re-warm the towel and replace the "cooler" bag on top while I work on the rest of the jars. (It takes me about 10-minutes to get the second batch mixed and in the jars) I put these jars on the bottom layer, check that the towel is still warm and the cooler bag properly in place. After processing 3 1/2 hours, I switch the jars from top to bottom, re-heat the towel and replace the "cooler" bag on the top tier of the yogurt maker. I then process the yogurt for an additional 3 1/2 hours. A total of 7-hours.
For me, using this method, the yogurt from both tiers comes out firm and creamy.
There are any-number of 'recipes' to make home-made yogurt and I have settled on a way that makes yogurt that I know is full of good-bacteria and tastes great. I like to let my yogurt 'cook' in the Euro Cuisine machine and microwave over night for about 12 hours. This gives it the tangy taste I desire. I like being able to control the final yogurt product and only purchase store-bought yogurt when an emergency pops-up. The 20 jars last 3 weeks and isn't painful at all. Home-made yogurt is part of the process to maintaining a solid immune system by keeping the 'gut' healthy and full of 'good-bugs'.