In the UK we generally say 'yoghurt'. The rest of the world, it seems, mostly say 'yogurt' (no 'h' involved). Does it matter? Not really. We all know what it means, right? YogurtNest, the brand, was founded in Portugal - they don't use an 'h'. This being the UK website we've gone with 'yoghurt' whenever talking about the food because us Brits do seem to get a lot of pleasure from pointing out spelling mistakes, and the thought of regular clever-clogs pointing out that "actually in the UK we spell it with an 'h'" was too much to bare. We're fun like that. Anyway, I think we've tied ourselves in a suitable knot with this explanation.
Welcome to the wonderful world of YogurtNest in the UK
Beautifully handmade using sustainable materials, the YogurtNest is a yoghurt maker that will revolutionise how you make food at home. Cut down your reliance on single-use plastics, take control of the ingredients that go into your food, reduce your energy consumption and, ultimately, save money.
How to start creating delicious, homemade yoghurt with your YogurtNest
A multi-functional tool for positive futures
Reduce your reliance on single-use plastic
New family. New routine.
"With a growing household we were keen to take control of our food-making routine and the YogurtNest has been perfect, and so easy to fit around our busy schedule"
The experienced home cook
"I have always loved experimenting with food, and with the Yogurtnest I can explore new creations that I haven't experienced before"
How to thicken your homemade yoghurt
What is perceived convenience? It's a term that probably exists already, but it's what I'm choosing to use in order to explain the mindset of thinking that making stuff in your own home is less convenient that buying in a store.
The Benefits of a YogurtNest
Yoghurt or Yogurt?
For Positive Futures.
1% of the total value of YogurtNest sales are re-invested into nature conservation projects.