The Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker uses water to transfer heat from the incubator’s heating element to the inner vessel just like the non-electrical models available in the market. However, because there is a heating element, I find it to be a hybrid since it uses electricity to heat the heating element. Because of the water, heat is distributed more uniformly, making it possible to get the perfect yogurt every time.
If word of mouth counts as a reliable source, the Yogourmet Yogurt Maker is reliable. It comes not only with my friend and her family’s recommendation but also from many other owners. It is reliable and durable. There are owners who owns the older version of the model for years and still it works fine. Personally, that is good to know.
So, if you’re looking to buy something that will allow you to make big batches of yogurt, the Yogourmet Electric Yogurt Maker is the one for you. At $68.94, the yogurt maker is one of the priciest that I’ve come across with but it’s worth it.