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Do you add water to create a water bath for the jars in yogurt maker?

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Does it matter how many jars you buy with the yogurt maker?


yes - it seems like a small detail but the amount of jars that
comes with your yoghurt maker will affect whether you can make several
flavors at once and the size of the jars will affect the volume you
can produce.

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I have a Salton Yogurt maker and I need new caps to the jars.


I'm not sure of your exact model, but you can find several postings of these on ebay similar to the one at the following link:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Cuisipro-Donvier-Yogurt-Maker-Jars-w-Lids-Set-8-NEW-/110428356023?pt=Small_Kitchen_Appliances_US&hash=item19b60afdb7

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My yogurt maker recipe book is missing. I don't know how to make yogurt.


I have a Donvier Yogurt Maker with no direction manuel also. I gave up trying to find a manuel for this machine. I found directions for a Salton which I think would be the same.
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Making yogurt with the Salton Yogurt Maker is fun, easy and worry-free. A few things you'll need are milk, powdered milk for thickening, a thermometer and a yogurt starter. Be sure your yogurt maker is clean before starting. It will provide a stable temperature for incubating the yogurt. In this article you will find the best instructions for Salton Yogurt Maker.
1. Add ½ cup of dry milk powder to 1 qt of whole or skim milk.
The milk should be heated on the stove to 185-190°F, stirring frequently.
2. While you're waiting for the milk to heat, plug in your yogurt maker so it can be warming up.
3. Let the milk cool to 110-115°F. I usually place the pot in a large bowl of ice water, stirring the milk until it's cooled to the right temperature.
4. Pour about 1/3 of the milk into a separate clean container and add ½ cup of plain yogurt with active cultures or 1 pack of yogurt starter. Stir until mixed evenly.
5. Pour this starter mix into the remaining milk and stir.
6. Finally, pour the milk into your pre-heated yogurt maker.
7. You should allow the yogurt to incubate 6-12 hours. The longer it is heated, the more tart the taste.
8. When the batch is done, put the container in the frigerator and allow it to cool for several hours or overnight. The yogurt will thicken as it cools.
Now you have a wonderfully delicious batch of plain yogurt. If you like it flavored, add some maple syrup, honey, fruit or jam.
Homemade yogurt is a healthy alternative to store-bought brands. You have control over the ingredients and there's no risk of eating unhealthy additives and sugars. The Salton Yogurt Maker is inexpensive and easy to use. You don't have to part with large sums of your hard-earned money for a more expensive unit. Making homemade yogurt is exciting and I hope you find these instructions for Salton Yogurt Maker useful.
The author's website Yogurt Maker Enthusiast features tips on yogurt, using a yogurt maker, yogurt starters and homemade yogurt recipes."

Jul 12, 2010 | Donvier Yogurt Maker

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Replacement lids for Salton Jars


I don't know the exact size you need, but for that kind of thing I go to Uline. They seem to have almost everything that no one else does. Their minimum order may be more than you want, though. http://www.uline.com/

Jun 11, 2009 | Salton Ice Cream Makers

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Replacement Glass jars for Salton Yogurt Maker


Ask the manufacturer, if they don't have them they can perhaps direct to someone else. :)

Sep 12, 2017 | Ice Cream Makers

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Euro cuisine yogurt maker- no instruction booklet


1. Pour 7 glass jars (42 oz total) of fresh pasteurized milk (whole or skimmed) into a high-sided saucepan.
2. Heat the milk until it boils (203F) and starts to climb to the side of the saucepan. Boiling will make the yogurt firmer,
3. Remove the pan from heat and allow the milk to cool to room temperature (95F)
4. Strain the milk into a pitcher
5. Stir in 1 glass (6oz) of natural yogurt with some of the strained milk in a separate bowl until the yogurt is dissolved and you have a smooth mixture (Freeze-dried Yogurt Starter can be used here as well).
6. Mix the room temperature milk very well with the smooth mixture as prepared above
7. Pour the mixture into the seven jars, and place the jars - without the lids - in the yogurt maker
8. Cover the yogurt maker with the clear cover.
9. Plug into the power outlet and let it sit still for 6 hr (whole milk) or 8 hr (skimmed milk)
10. Unplug when the time is up. Remove the jars, put the lids on, and refrigerate at least 3 hrs

Apr 22, 2008 | Ice Cream Makers

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Salton GM-5 yogurt maker


Basic Yogurt Recipe 4 cups (1 quart) milk - whole, 2 %, 1% or skim
1/4 - 1/2 cup instant non-fat dry milk powder
1/2 cup plain yogurt (with live cultures) or yogurt from a previous batch
  1. In a saucepan, combine milk and dry milk and heat over medium heat, stirring frequently to just below the boiling point. Remove the milk from heat and allow to cool until lukewarm (about 100 degrees). To cool the milk quickly, place the saucepan into the refrigerator or a sink of cold water, stirring occasionally to cool evenly. This takes about 20 minutes.
  2. Pre-warm the yogurt maker's heating base by plugging the cord into an electrical outlet. The signal light will glow when base is plugged in.
  3. Add plain yogurt to the warm milk, stirring gently to blend. Do not beat or whip. Pour the mixture into the yogurt container, secure the lid and place the covered container into the heating base. Cover the Yogurt Maker and process undisturbed and out of drafts for 4-10 hours, depending on tartness desired. Yogurt should be partially set after processing and will thicken further after refrigeration.

After processing, unplug the cord from the outlet. Remove the cover and lift the covered yogurt container out of the heating base. Place the container in the refrigerator and chill at least two hours to thicken. If desired, remove 1/2 cup of the yogurt to use as a starter for future batches, before adding any fruit or flavoring. Keep yogurt refrigerated until use.

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