Vegan yoghurt making

I think either of those would be ideal.
So my decision would be down to which one can you buy extra containers for if you decide you want another container of a certain size?
Goodness, so we found The yoghurt maker?
I will look into the extra container question...
This is so exciting. Thank you!😍🥰
 
Goodness, so we found The yoghurt maker?
I will look into the extra container question...
This is so exciting. Thank you!😍🥰
I guess at the end of the day, the bigger one might be better simply because if you want to make more yoghurt (to make yoghurt cheese or cook with the yoghurt), you can make a larger quantity. If you don't want more, you can still add 1L of soy milk to any container bigger than 1L... so if my hubby is away from home, I'll just make 1L not 2L of yoghurt in the 2L container. And having that second container means I can have another batch on whilst still having yoghurt to hand.

Also, a few months ago, hubby and I went away for a week. In order to come home to yoghurt, I made a 2L batch up before we went away. I didn't open it or test it, just put it directly into the fridge after it had cooled. It was left there for a week. I figured the worst that would happen was that we'd have to throw it away. Instead it was completely fine. If anything it was a touch thicker than our usual set yoghurt. I guess we make yoghurt every 10 days or so, so homemade does seem to last well providing you follow a few basic rules (in the fridge, sealed lid, and only ever use a clean spoon to take yoghurt from the container). We weigh out the yoghurt quantity we want by the way. It makes it much easier to gauge volume.
 
homemade does seem to last well
Well written, thank you. Will keep in mind.
I ordered the maker. Yeey.
However for some reason the bigger one was not available for my city, so it is the somewhat smaller one. And upon extended search Amazon does not provide extra containers of the brand. But the maker comes with two containers, if zhe description is correct. It is due June 18th.

I will probably also learn more by actually making the yoghurt.

The starter and/or fermenter is the next step.
Will scroll back to re-read which one you use.
ACidophilus is lovely in taste, remembering from my dairy days...
Bulgari,I forget the full name, sounds lovely and brings nostalgia, as my Mom is from Bulgaria.
Will keep updating.
 
One of the bacteria is named Streptococcus, which sent shivers down my spine, but it seems to be the most common...
Lactobacillus rhamnosus
Lactobacillus acidophilus
Are among the next most often used...
And some unnamed cultures. Possibly mixtures, I don't know.
So much choice...
Looking at quantity and price as well...
I need some quiet time to analyze, possibly next weekend...
No rush, as the maker is due in 15 days...
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One of the bacteria is named Streptococcus, which sent shivers down my spine, but it seems to be the most common...
Lactobacillus rhamnosus
Lactobacillus acidophilus
Are among the next most often used...
And some unnamed cultures. Possibly mixtures, I don't know.
So much choice...
Looking at quantity and price as well...
I need some quiet time to analyze, possibly next weekend...
No rush, as the maker is due in 15 days...
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The one I get is a powder, kept in the freezer once it arrives. It contains

Contains: It consists of specifically selected strains of:
Streptococcus thermophilus
Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus

and the probiotics
Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. lactis
Lactobacillus acidophilus
 
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