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EasiYo

Maker - Steve Muir

Maker Story

Shake, Wait, Enjoy!

The idea of working with lactic cultures may sound daunting, but don’t be intimidated. We tried our hand at making homemade yogurt and it’s easier -- and much tastier -- than we ever imagined.

We had a lot of help from EasiYo. We used the New Zealand company’s yogurt maker and its pre-mixed yogurt starter packs. The yogurt maker couldn’t be any easier to operate -- there are no electronics, no moving parts. The EasiYo packs come in all sorts of flavors and contain a yogurt base made from top quality milk powder (the milk EasiYo uses comes from grass fed, hormone-free cows in New Zealand). To create a fresh batch of yogurt, all it takes is a few easy steps: combine the yogurt pack with cold water in the yogurt jar; pour boiling water into the yogurt maker; place the yogurt jar inside the maker and cover it; wait for 10-12 hours or overnight until the yogurt is set.

If you’re wondering what’s going on inside the yogurt maker, here’s the scientific explanation: Lactic cultures require heat to grow and a source of milk sugar (lactose) on which to feed. Using the boiling water, the EasiYo yogurt maker produces the optimal heat needed to reactivate the freeze-dried lactic cultures in the base packs.

After the yogurt sets you’ve got a fresh, nutritious treat with no preservatives or artificial colors. It’s packed with protein, calcium and essential vitamins and minerals -- and just waiting to be topped with your favorite fruits, nuts, or granola.

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Discovered 10/12/2011

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Discovered 10/12/2011

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Maker Story

Shake, Wait, Enjoy!

The idea of working with lactic cultures may sound daunting, but don’t be intimidated. We tried our hand at making homemade yogurt and it’s easier -- and much tastier -- than we ever imagined.

We had a lot of help from EasiYo. We used the New Zealand company’s yogurt maker and its pre-mixed yogurt starter packs. The yogurt maker couldn’t be any easier to operate -- there are no electronics, no moving parts. The EasiYo packs come in all sorts of flavors and contain a yogurt base made from top quality milk powder (the milk EasiYo uses comes from grass fed, hormone-free cows in New Zealand). To create a fresh batch of yogurt, all it takes is a few easy steps: combine the yogurt pack with cold water in the yogurt jar; pour boiling water into the yogurt maker; place the yogurt jar inside the maker and cover it; wait for 10-12 hours or overnight until the yogurt is set.

If you’re wondering what’s going on inside the yogurt maker, here’s the scientific explanation: Lactic cultures require heat to grow and a source of milk sugar (lactose) on which to feed. Using the boiling water, the EasiYo yogurt maker produces the optimal heat needed to reactivate the freeze-dried lactic cultures in the base packs.

After the yogurt sets you’ve got a fresh, nutritious treat with no preservatives or artificial colors. It’s packed with protein, calcium and essential vitamins and minerals -- and just waiting to be topped with your favorite fruits, nuts, or granola.