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Salton YM7 42-Ounce Electric Yogurt Maker with 7 Glass Jars reviewed by Skillet Director
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How To Use Yogurt Makers?

hi my name’s and so if you’ve seen the
video on how to make yogurt you’ll see
the issue is keeping the yogurt at
exactly 108 degrees Fahrenheit during
the incubation period it’s a tricky
thing to do and unless it’s absolutely
perfect the bacteria are multiplied as
well as they might do there’s also the
possibility of burning the milk when you
first raise it up to temperature so on
the market there were loads and loads of
yogurt makers you can get now all pretty
similar and they’re all pretty much the
same I think you get 180 pounds at a
time you see or 225 pounds you go do it
yourself but push comes to shove what
they all do is they maintain a
temperature for a certain period of time
so rather than sitting now in your heart
whisking your milk with it one with all
that kind of stuff all you do is you
choose the job that you want yogurt to
be and I like a lot of people use theirs
nice little major
I think we haven’t seen her to come with
her with her jars and all you’ll do is
you’ll put your milk into it so they’ll
fiddle little pots up and you’ll turn
the auger machine on well that’ll do
that’ll heat it up to 100 185 degrees
around I was floating about to be that
will then cool down it’ll cool itself
down to 120 degrees before it needs to
be it’ll then leave with you or whatever
and then you have to start the video and
and then it’ll keep it at 180 degrees
for the period of time that you want it
to be and it’ll never vary it’ll provide
the absolute optimum temperature and
perfect environment for bacteria in the
milk to multiply thus turning into
yogurt and I think that is just
simplifies things

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.