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microwave popcorn no oil no bag no butter
jis4judy posted:

It's genius really. Simple, simple genius.

Glass bowl + ceramic plate + popcorn kernels = perfectly popped popcorn in the microwave.

No bag. No butter or oil. Nothing to throw away afterward. And even no un-popped kernels.

This is life-changing.

Stay with me now.

Take 1/4 cup of dry popcorn kernels and place in the bottom of a microwave-safe glass bowl (pyrex is a great choice). Place a microwave-safe plate on top of the bowl. Plate should be wide enough to go beyond the rim of the bowl.

Microwave for 2 minutes 45 seconds. Watch in glory as your popcorn pops perfectly into little puffs of heaven
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foodadvenger responded:
wow, I shall try it this week Judy, that is genius really. For people who are wanting to make life changes in the healthy eating area that is a simply great plan. I can't wait to try it. I will let you know my results. I hope my little bits of heaven turn out great too! Steph
parakeet210 replied to foodadvenger's response:
Wow Judy,, that sounds really good.. My husband eats popcorn a bag of microwaved buttered every night and a popcorn making theatrical movie popcorn machine from kids. I would love regular popcorn! One suggestion on bowls and plates don't use old dishes for oven or microwaves. I had one breaks in my hand from baking and it was 15 years Old at the time. if u haven't replaced this kinda of cooking dish in 15 yrs please discard and start afresh.

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