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Popcorn 4 weeks 2 days ago #34183

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It is my opinion that Pop Secret and Act II are superior to Orville Redenbacher. Nothing compares to the cheese and caramel popcorn that can be had in Chicago, but I'm wondering if anyone has any lesser-known brands that are their favorites and available in grocery stores or online.

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Popcorn 3 weeks 1 day ago #34388

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I happen to LOVE Act II and would certainly not stop anyone if they wanted to gift me random bags/boxes at my doorstep/mailbox lol. I love butter :P OR isn't too bad, and it is my second go-to when I can't get Act II. Pop Secret...meh....

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Popcorn 5 days 9 hours ago #34838

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Stovetop popcorn in a big pot is the way to go. I like the kernels that Vitamin Cottage sells if you have one of those nearby. $1.50 / lb. It's so much tastier, healthier, and less expensive than microwave popcorn.

I like peanut oil, but my brother prefers coconut oil. Use enough oil so that the bottom of the pot is covered entirely. You can add a splash of sesame oil if you like. Drop 3 kernels in and wait until they pop. Add the corn and let it continue until the popping gets to be only 1 pop every couple seconds. Add Himalayan pink salt -- it adds much better flavor to popcorn than sea salt or regular salt. You can also try cinnamon, Creole seasoning (Slay Ya Mama is the best), butter, garlic salt, nutritional yeast, Flavocol, or anything you'd like to try!

In the past I've had a swirl popcorn maker and a real popcorn maker like they have at the movies, but I've always gotten the best results from simply using a big pot on the stove.
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