Yogurt is a healthy snack. Making your own yogurt is easy with an EasiYo yogurt maker. This is a guide about using an EasiYo yogurt maker.
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I had bought an Easiyo yoghurt maker intending to make yoghurt using my frozen breast milk for my baby, but there aren't any instructions on how to use it other than using their sachet.
Any one can help me on this? and how long can the yoghurt that is made of thawed frozen breast milk last?
By Janice S
By Melanie Jackson07/02/2012
There should be a toll-free number in the paperwork somewhere, so you can call and ask their help line. If not, then go to their website and look for the contact info. I'd suggest using a phone number rather than an e-mail form, as you'll get the info faster and be able to ask follow-up questions.
I made my first EasiYo yoghurt yesterday and it has not set yet. I read the instructions which only told me to wait 24 hours. I have waited 24 hours since I made it and it hasn't set still. What should I do?
By Lesley from London
I made a batch in the Easiyo as follows:
1. Heated 1L of semi-skimmed milk in microwave to 82degC (18mins at 60% power)
2. Cooled to 38degC
3. Added half to Easiyo pot with 1 tablespoon starter (from a previous yoghurt batch made with an Easiyo packet) and 2 tablespoons dried milk powder.
4. Shake well
5. Add remaining milk to Easiyo pot, shake again.
6. Filled Easiyo container with boiling water to bottom of baffle only (Easiyo pot will be above boiling water level)
7. Left overnight
8. Perfect result for £0.54!!
I purchased an Easiyo Yogurt maker and a packet of the base and culture. It seems incomprehensible to me that this $15.00 packet of culture is needed to make 2 lbs of yogurt. Do you have to use the entire packet or can you use regular store bought yogurt as a starter and, if so, how much?
By ChuckG from Marion, MA
I've been making yogurt in a wide mouth thermos flask for years and have always used shop bought plain yogurt for a starter whenever I needed to. I've never had a problem with it. A yogurt maker would make it even easier. I use a tablespoon of shop bought plain (full cream) yogurt for every 500ml of milk - that's about a pint. I personally think that these "starters" that are on the market are just a scam to make you spend money unnecessarily. A small pot of plain yogurt is very cheap to buy so if you want to try it, you wont be breaking the bank.
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I have been given an Easiyo yogurt maker and as I am used to making my own yogurt, I do not want to use their sachets. Has anyone used this to make their own yogurt?
By Grandma H
I tried by just putting some boiling water in the bottom of the Easiyo container (just a little) and everything seemed to go well. But, after I transferred the yogurt into another container in order to use the Easiyo one for my next batch, the yogurt became quite runny after it had been in the fridge for a few hours, even though it had been very thick and creamy when I first put it in. Sorry for such a long explanation. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. (05/13/2007)
By the way, all yogurt leaks out "water" over time. Simply drain it off and your yogurt will be fine. You can also simply stir it in but I find it makes the yogurt fairly runny. Remember that yogurt you buy ready made often has additives to thicken it and to stop the water separating out. Enjoy your own pure yogurt! (05/14/2007)
Thanks again. (05/16/2007)
Is anyone able to tell me how to make thick and creamy homemade yogurt in an Easiyo container? Thanks in anticipation.
By Vicki from Australia
1) Mix 4 cups of dry milk with 2 quarts of low fat milk in a heavy pot. Heat, stirring frequently, until dry milk dissolves.
2) After milk cools to room temp., add 1 cup of plain yogurt and mix well with wire whisk.
3) Pour into individual yogurt containers, and allow to set in maker for 24 hrs. (02/28/2010)