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Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Kernels 850 g - $3.47

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[Amazon.ca] Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Kernels 850 g - $3.47

From what I've seen in stores, this seems to be a good deal on this brand. Store brands may be a bit cheaper. The original Amazon price is a bit ridiculous, though.
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Thanks! in for the max of 6
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great price. in for 2, and a microwave hotpop. thx op!
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Not prime free shipping but FYI Costco has a 3.6KG for $9 bucks.
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Good deal, just saw it at No Frills for $4.47
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No Frills carries a 1kg bag of No Name brand popcorn kernels for around $2.25, can't remember the exact price but it's somewhere in that ball park. I haven't seen it cheaper per kilo anywhere else yet. The big downside is they often don't have them in stock, so when I do see them I usually grab 2 or 3 bags.
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OP thanked. Surprised there are no Kathleen Wynne references from Ontarians - I guess that's water under the bridge
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Orville pops the biggest by far, but I've been liking the taste of the "Yupik" brand on amazon (smaller but crunchier with a nuttier taste if I had to pick a word). The noname is the cheapest but I get a lot of unpopped kernels and a LOT of husks so I stopped getting it.
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Great, picked one up. It can be a pretty low calorie snack
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Great brand and flavour. Pops very good in the whirly. In for 6. Thx OP
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What paper bags do you guys use to prepare these in the microwave?
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jpg wrote: Great brand and flavour. Pops very good in the whirly. In for 6. Thx OP
Whirly for the win!
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andrew1989 wrote: No Frills carries a 1kg bag of No Name brand popcorn kernels for around $2.25, can't remember the exact price but it's somewhere in that ball park. I haven't seen it cheaper per kilo anywhere else yet. The big downside is they often don't have them in stock, so when I do see them I usually grab 2 or 3 bags.
My NoFrills has it for $1.99. It's my go to when I can't get to Costco.
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not prime free shipping but FYI Costco has a 3.6KG for $9 bucks.
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Anyone popped these after a couple years? I think they might go dry/stale by then.
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I make popcorn almost every night. Tried to order 6 but still didn’t qualify for free shipping 👎🏾

I get my kernels from Bulk Barn - White Popcorn.

$3-$4 worth usually lasts me 3-4 weeks
They even sell flavacol (fine yellow popcorn salt)

Popped in coconut oil (or grape seed oil) with a Whirly Pop that I got for Christmas

Enjoy!
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not prime free shipping but FYI Costco has a 3.6KG for $9 bucks.
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Is that their regular price? I generally use the No Name ones, but if these are close to the same price and better quality I’d definintely make the switch.
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Miguel Sánchez wrote: Anyone popped these after a couple years? I think they might go dry/stale by then.

Bwaaaa ha ha ha
My jug never lasts that long
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Miguel Sánchez wrote: Anyone popped these after a couple years? I think they might go dry/stale by then.
I had some really old kernels (like many years old) which I attempted to pop after soaking them in water and then letting them dry again. It was still stale, but the majority popped. So, it would work for slightly old kernels.
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bigdukesixer wrote: Not prime free shipping but FYI Costco has a 3.6KG for $9 bucks.
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They sell em in store too, (not all locations). Best deal going.

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