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Popcorn Bowl Microwave Machine Popcorn Popper

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[Amazon.ca] Popcorn Bowl Microwave Machine Popcorn Popper

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07M8H ... =UTF8&th=1

PrettyCare Popcorn Bowl Microwave Machine Popcorn Popper Makers Silicone Hot Air Collapsible Popcorn Containers with Lid and Handles BPA Free & Dishwasher Safe

Original price: $22.95
Sale price: $12.70


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Nov 27, 2004
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Definitely not going back to bagged popcorn after getting this. It's so so much better.
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Oct 31, 2012
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CHINAdeals wrote: Definitely not going back to bagged popcorn after getting this. It's so so much better.
Quite literally this is a hot deal.
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Someone said in the Q&A that when they pinched it the silicone turned all white. Toxic? Neutral Face
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l1197493 wrote: Someone said in the Q&A that when they pinched it the silicone turned all white. Toxic? Neutral Face
Yeah I saw this on Amazon and did not buy because of the bad reviews.
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CHINAdeals wrote: Definitely not going back to bagged popcorn after getting this. It's so so much better.
We've been using one of these for a couple years and it's amazing. We get about 70 bowls of popcorn from the 3.6 kg tub of kernels from Costco - fresher and healthier than bagged popcorn too!
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That's it! Buy and think later! Thanks OP!
I don't eat popcorn as I like it straight (no butter nor salt) and usually always some in the bags you buy.
Didn't even think or knew this kind of thing existed.
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FleshMoulder wrote: Yeah I saw this on Amazon and did not buy because of the bad reviews.
Seller in the comments: "We do not recommend using this twice a day" WTH? Neutral Face
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Apr 16, 2019
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It is almost sold out at this price. I have used a Nordic ware I got at RCSS. I would get a name brand item for health and safety reasons Slightly Smiling Face

Has anyone tried using instant pot recipes?
Google: instant pot popcorn
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iMarketing wrote: I got this one on clearance last year for about $20:
Nordicware 41499 Red Popcorn Popper https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0089XJDIK/ref ... HFbK4R4MTE

Great so far.

Solid brand.

Canadian Tire has this one for $12.99 that you may want to look at...

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Thanks but I'm a little confused..

One that I linked to in my previous post (https://www.amazon.ca/Nordicware-59945- ... B00N4Z3IZW), one that you linked to on Amazon and the CT one
what's the difference between these 3?
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cappaj wrote: We've been using one of these for a couple years and it's amazing. We get about 70 bowls of popcorn from the 3.6 kg tub of kernels from Costco - fresher and healthier than bagged popcorn too!
They sell this? Do you know which section of the store ?
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CHINAdeals wrote: They sell this? Do you know which section of the store ?
Usually over by the chips!

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cappaj wrote: Usually over by the chips!

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Thanks! I'll be on the lookout next time.
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CHINAdeals wrote: Thanks! I'll be on the lookout next time.
Many of the ones in Edmonton region, they're in the front section by the tills, with the granola bars, gummy worms, and chocolates. In case you don't find them by the chips, in your area.
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CHINAdeals wrote: Thanks! I'll be on the lookout next time.
netwise wrote: Many of the ones in Edmonton region, they're in the front section by the tills, with the granola bars, gummy worms, and chocolates. In case you don't find them by the chips, in your area.
Oh also, our store is often out of stock. I look for them every time and usually grab two whenever I can.
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