Yogotherm Yogurt Incubator

For easy incubation, use the Yogotherm when making yogurt, kefir, sour cream, etc.

Yogotherm consists of a 2-liter high-density polyethylene inner container (BPA-free) surrounded by polystyrene insulation. The insulation is protected by a hard plastic outer shell and lid. The Yogotherm will maintain incubation temperature within a few degrees of the original tremperature. No electricity required, very easy to use and clean. Up to 1/2 gallon (2 liters) capacity. Removable parts; replacement/extra pails available.

 

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    For easy incubation, use the Yogotherm when making yogurt, kefir, sour cream, etc.

    Yogotherm consists of a 2-liter high-density polyethylene inner container (BPA-free) surrounded by polystyrene insulation. The insulation is protected by a hard plastic outer shell and lid. The Yogotherm will maintain incubation temperature within a few degrees of the original tremperature. No electricity required, very easy to use and clean. Up to 1/2 gallon (2 liters) capacity. Removable parts; replacement/extra pails available.

     

  • Customer Questions
    • From John at 06/06/2016 1:15 PM
      Please remind me how much additional tubs cost -- as well as the replacement lids. Thanks!
      Hello John,
      The replacement pail and replacement lid are sold separately. The pail is $11.95 and the lid is $1.95, here is a link to where they are sold on the website.
      http://www.getculture.com/Yogotherm.html
      Hope this answers your question.
      Thanks,
      GetCulture Staff
    • From Sandy at 05/10/2015 4:08 AM
      Is the plastic inner container BPA free?
      Hello Sandy,
      Yes the inner container is BPA free!
      Thanks for the question.
      GetCulture Support
    • From chris at 04/23/2014 12:04 PM
      So how do you get the temperature to where you want it. Do you have bigger units to make more quantity.
      Hi Chris,
      When you pour your cultured milk into the Yogotherm, you should have already heated it to about 110-115 degrees F on your stove. If the milk is this temperature when you pour it into the Yogotherm, and you close up the Yogotherm immediately, it will retain the required temperature range for the incubation time (even without electricity). If you are working in a particularly chilly environment (for example, less than 65 degrees F or so), you might want to also toss a towel or blanket over the Yogotherm, as it is designed to hold temperature in an average room temperature setting.
      If it is helpful for you, we have our recipe and directions for making yogurt (and also a video) available here: http://www.getculture.com/yogurt-recipe.html
      As far as larger units, unfortunately the Yogotherm only comes in one size -- 2 quarts (half gallon). If you need assistance figuring out a way to incubate larger quantities, give us a call at the store and we would be happy to discuss other methods per your particular needs. Thanks!
      GetCulture Support
    • From Anne at 10/15/2013 7:04 AM
      How does the Yogotherm work? Is it simply an insulated container? I now make my yogurt in a glass jar with a lid in the oven overnight with just the light on and it does well. Would your Yogotherm work any better?
      The Yogotherm is basically an insulated container that helps to conveniently maintain the set temperature over a period of time. If your temperature is stable by placing in the oven overnight, then it is working the same way and there is no advantage. The advantage the Yogotherm has is when that is not an option or the incubation temperature fluctuates.
      GetCulture Support
    • From Debbie Cardinal at 01/14/2013 5:52 PM
      I melted the two covers for the Yogatherm, the inner one and the one for the outer container
      Can I get replacements or must I buy a new Yogatherm?
      Hi Debbie,
      We do sell replacements for the internal pail for the Yogotherm, but unfortunately the outer lid is not available for sale separately.
      Get Culture Support

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    • Author: Sarah @ Killer Pickles
      I've been using the Yogotherm for over a year with great results! Perfect yogurt every time. I have incubated my yogurt for up to 12 hours and it maintains the temperature nicely. I deducted one star since the insert is plastic, and I think glass would be a better choice both for health, easy clean-up, and longevity. Still a nice product.
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    • Author: William Brown
      I agree. Nice idea. Would love to save energy but wary of the plastic, especially heated.
    • Author: Edie Hunter
      I absolutely love my yogotherm. Works wonderfully every time. Easy to use

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