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Creating microwaveable popcorn using a paper bag gives you control of the amount of oil and salt used, but also saves money. You need a bag of popcorn kernels, paper lunch bags, and salt or your preferred seasoning. Less... More »

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Stovetop popcorn is made by adding one fourth of a cup of oil and two thirds of a cup of popcorn kernels into a deep pot. Turn the burner on medium high, put a lid on the pot, and shake the pot over the heat until the ke... More »

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A large tub of popcorn from AMC Movie Theaters weighs in at 157 grams and has 1,030 calories. Included in those calories are 41 grams of fat and 579 milligrams of sodium. More »

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FoodNetwork.com has a good cheddar cheese popcorn recipe that averages a four out of five-star rating from site users. Combine 1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon of cheddar cheese powder, 1/4 teaspoon of mustard powder and 1/4 te... More »

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Grandma Paul's caramel corn from Paula Deen and caramel popcorn from MyRecipes are both recipes for homemade caramel corn. You need butter, brown sugar, corn syrup, baking soda and popcorn, although the ingredients vary ... More »

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Popcorn is made up of three primary structures, which include the endosperm, containing soft and hard starch granules, the germ and the pericarp. The starch serves as the energy source for the germ, also known as the emb... More »

To make popcorn on the stove, add oil to a pot over medium-high heat, add a few popcorn kernels, wait for them to pop before adding the rest, and shake the pot until the popping slows or stops. Turn off the heat, and con... More »

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