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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    Breathing on it works best

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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    "vikes2456" wrote:
    Breathing on it works best

    ??? He offers no explaination, although.

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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    I am with Singer nothing beats fresh popcorn from the movie theater, but when popped in oil, some fresh melted butter, and a bit of salt it isn't bad either.

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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    Popcorn made in movie theaters is usually popped in oil. The you get it loaded with butter. HELP! Artery clogging food stuff, although I dearly love it.
    So I usually pop mine in an air popper and than take melter butter and oil (Canola) and mix it half and half and put it on along with a generous helping of salt. Of course, having a root beer with the popcorn makes it all that much better.
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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    "singersp" wrote:
    "vikes2456" wrote:
    Breathing on it works best

    ??? He offers no explaination though.
    It sounds like his family has hasn't heard about heat or fire.
    Breathing on it must take an awfully long time.

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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    For reasons of ease in preparation as well as cleanup....I am a microwave popcorn person....
    but as a kid, there was NOTHING better then watching that Jiffy Pop foil expand to look like the turbin that Carnack the Magnificant wore!!
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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    "WileEViking" wrote:
    Butter and salt definitely.If you want to make it healthier,top with olive oil and sea salt...
    lol what's the difference between regular salt and Sea salt?
    It's all NaCl.


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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "WileEViking" wrote:
    Butter and salt definitely.If you want to make it healthier,top with olive oil and sea salt...
    lol what's the difference between regular salt and Sea salt?
    It's all NaCl.
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    F**k if I know,I read it in a fitness mag.I too,thought salt was salt....
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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    i like to melt nacho like cheese and pour it over the popcorn. taste very good!
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    Re: The Great Popcorn Debate.

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "WileEViking" wrote:
    Butter and salt definitely.If you want to make it healthier,top with olive oil and sea salt...
    lol what's the difference between regular salt and Sea salt?
    It's all NaCl.

    Sea salt, obtained by evaporating seawater, is used in cooking and cosmetics. Its mineral content gives it a different taste from table salt which is sodium chloride, usually refined from mined rock salt (halite) or from sea salt. Generally more expensive than table salt, it is commonly used in gourmet cooking and premium potato chips.

    Sea salt lacks high concentrations of iodide, an ion essential for human health. It is not necessarily a healthy alternative to regular table salt, which is usually supplemented with the element. Still, gourmets believe sea salt to be superior to ordinary table salt in taste and texture, though one cannot always taste the difference when dissolved.

    In applications where sea salt's coarser texture is retained, it can provide different mouthfeel and changes in flavor due to its different rate of dissolution. The mineral content also affects the taste. It may also be difficult to distinguish sea salt from other salts with a high mineral content, such as pink Himalayan salt, or grey colored rock salt.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_salt


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