It makes a total of 48 ounces 1. For your money you get a heater base, thermometer stirrer, 8 jars with lids, unit cover and user manual with recipes. Like any yogurt maker it may take one or two trial runs to discover how to make your perfect yogurt. People use times varying from 6 hours up to 18 hours depending on what milk they use and how firm and tart they like their yogurt, Remember the longer you leave the yogurt "making", the tarter it will become.
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This fills the yogurt jars half way and allows room to add fruit and flavorings. Recipe can be doubled to 2 qts. Ingredients 1 quart. Pour milk into a two quart 1. Heat milk on medium-low, stirring occasionally, until bubbles appear around edge and steam rises from the surface.
Or microwave on HIGH until milk is steaming hot, stirring occassionally, about minutes. Remove saucepan from heat insert thermometer stirrer. When using raw milk, boil for several minutes before you cool to the "Add Starter" temperature level. Add 1 or 2 heaping tablespoons of yogurt starter or empty one envelope 5 grams of yogurt starter into one of the yogurt jars.
Add some of the heated milk and stir until well blended. Do not add any flavorings or sweeteners before completing the yogurt making process. Pour this mixture back into the saucepan and stir well. Pour the mixed liquid equally into yogurt jars, cover securely with lids and place jars into the yogurt maker. Place the unit cover on the heater base. Plug in the electric cord, the digital display will illuminate and display " For the first batch, try setting the cooking cycle to 10 hrs.
For future batches, set to longer cycle for a thicker consistency or to a shorter cycle for a thinner consistency. The ON indicator will illuminate to indicate unit is operating.
Ten minutes before the end of the cycle, a reminder tone will sound. Five minutes later, a second reminder tone will sound. The Donvier Yogurt Maker will automatically shut off at the end of the cooking cycle. The on indicator will turn off and the timer will display "0. A beeper will sound for one minute to remind you to remove the jars and place them in the refrigerator.
Yogurt must be chilled hours before sercving. Save some yogurt to use as a starter for the next batch. Plain yogurt will keep in the refrigerator 10 - 14 days. Number of Servings: 8.
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