Overpriced, maybe? but....
Being a pensioner everything seems to cost more than you think it should?
I am currently cooking my 3rd 24-hour batch. History wise I used a VonShef machine which produced OK results but had a 15 max timer and no temp control.
I wanted to make SCD yoghurt, so decided to buy your machine. I was not sure the timer was very accurate as when set to 24h twice it was done in about 22h or less, but I had the unit powered on nonstop. When I did switch it off the system must have rebooted. Timer now worksperfectly OK.
Love the pots, great qualit...y but for the money think the unit lacks that same high-quality feel. The unit gives me little confidence of quality, but then me being me something should feel solid as everything was decades ago. Sort of heavy. Old fashioned me. Think your instruction leaflet could give a lot more recipes and use info. How to sterilize etc. The blog is for me confusing as to why not group the blog for the different machines? Using the same "recipe" (milk and culture) as with my VonShef the result is with your machine is better, but then I never did a 24h previously nor did I strain it as now. Wish the unit had a strainer basket option. many do for less money! Why are the extra pots smaller? Do you offer a set of the same as with the new unit?
Questions & Answers
Can I just use one jar or 2, when it comes with 4 ?
I never tried but I think you can, it shouldn’t make any difference to the process
Hi there, thanks for your question, yes, as MD Brisy had kindly mentioned, you can use one jar in an incubation, if you wish, it will not affect the temperature accuracy.
Can this product make Soygurt as well?
Yes! I make soy yogurt all the time as I follow a plant based diet. It sets perfectly every time. I use bonsoy for the milk, dairy free Yogurt culture and a little rice malt syrup. Set at 40C for 12 hours. Perfection in a pot.
Thanks for your prompt reply. :-) Excellent. I'm going to buy one now :-D
Hi Duane, thanks for your question. Yes, as Dimy has said you can make great Soy Milk Yogurt in our Luvele yogurt makers. Here is a link to our recipe and recipe video you might find helpful;
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The Luvele Pure Yoghurt Maker offers a set-and-forget, single-purpose appliance that makes thick, creamy yoghurt at home. A variety of temperature and time settings let you cater the yoghurt's taste and texture to your own preferences.
- Uses water-bath technology to incubate the yoghurt during the fermentation process. Water surrounds the ceramic jars, allowing for a more accurate and even temperature.
- Three customisable temperature settings allow you to incubate your yoghurt at 36, 38 or 40 degrees Celsius
- 24-hour digital timer lets you manually set the temperature and time – with a longer incubation period resulting in thicker yoghurt that also tastes more sour
- Comes with 4 x 400mL ceramic jars, with the option to purchase extra 1.5L glass containers and 350mL ceramic jars can also be purchased separately if you prefer a greater variety of sizing options.
Praise points for the Luvele Yoghurt Maker:
- Makes thick and creamy, healthy yoghurt that’s also tasty
- The Luvele Yoghurt Maker’s single-purpose function made it easy to use, with reviewers appreciating it’s set-and-forget functionality. They also liked that that didn't have to fiddle around with thermometers, or incubate the yoghurt in an oven
- Some reviewers would have preferred a larger sized container, however in this case there is also the Luvele Pure Yoghurt Plus, which is equipped with a larger 2L glass container. Others bought extra jars, so they could make a new batch of yoghurt even when their old jars still had yoghurt inside
- Reviewers reported that soy and coconut yoghurts were also easy to prepare, a well as coconut cream
- Luvele's customer service was friendly and helpful.
|Category||Novelty / Snack Makers|
|Product Type||Yoghurt Maker|
|Dimensions||250 x 150 x 150 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
- MPN: LPYM300W
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