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Free instructions for one model yogurella. You can respond with more information to add to your question using the Comment menu. http://www.manualsdir.com/manuals/20456/ariete-yogurella-metal-620.html?page=13

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Before using the yoghurt maker for the first time it is vital that you clean and sterilise the glass jars, a measuring jug, a spoon and a sieve. You can either use a food-grade steriliser, or plunge the items into very hot (but not boiling) water. Preferably, allow the items to air dry to avoid transferring germs from a tea towel.

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You may find when you come to eat the yoghurt that a liquid has formed on the top. This is whey and you can either stir it into the yoghurt or pour it off.

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When the yoghurt is ready, take the jars out of the yoghurt maker and place in the fridge to cool. Once cool, the yoghurt is ready to eat.

You may find when you come to eat the yoghurt that a liquid has formed on the top. This is whey and you can either stir it into the yoghurt or pour it off.
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Before using the yoghurt maker for the first time it is vital that you clean and sterilise the glass jars, a measuring jug, a spoon and a sieve. You can either use a food-grade steriliser, or plunge the items into very hot (but not boiling) water. Preferably, allow the items to air dry to avoid transferring germs from a tea towel.
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When the yoghurt is ready, take the jars out of the yoghurt maker and place in the fridge to cool. Once cool, the yoghurt is ready to eat.
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