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Poppa Corn FLAVACOL Seasoning Popcorn Salt - Premium Edition - $10

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[Amazon.ca] Poppa Corn FLAVACOL Seasoning Popcorn Salt - Premium Edition - $10

It's $15 and you can apply a $5 discount coupon

https://www.amazon.ca/Poppa-Corn-FLAVAC ... r_1_1_sspa

The only difference between the regular and premium edition is that the premium comes in a fine salt flake that sticks better compared to a crystal.
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This stuff is good. Toxic, but good (I have no evidence supporting my claim). Been eating it for years.

+1
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Never had this, but it has a medicine name lol
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It's good. And will last for a long time. I just need to find a deal on the popcorn topping oil like they have in theatres. Then my experience will be complete
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i've heard good things, ordered, thanks op
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Lokko30 wrote: Never had this, but it has a medicine name lol
Maybe we should call Trump , could be a tasty cure
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Dec 14, 2006
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This is just their normal popcorn salt. Regular price on the Cdn site is $10.
Poppacorn Cdn

It's good, same as all other flavacol. Used it yesterday to make a few batches.
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Mmm this sounds tasty... Salt, artificial butter flavor, FD&C Yellow #5 Lake (E102) and Yellow #6 Lake (E110) Contains: Highly Refined Soy Oil
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Torque wrote: This is just their normal popcorn salt. Regular price on the Cdn site is $10.
Poppacorn Cdn

It's good, same as all other flavacol. Used it yesterday to make a few batches.
You mean $60 regular price (with shipping) ;)
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this is literally a lifetime supply
you only need a little bit, like a pinch, its super fine
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Back to regular price, deals come and go so I'd wait.
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crystallight wrote: Anyone use this with a silicone microwave popcorn bowl? I was thinking of getting one of those
Do you just sprinkle some flavacol with the kernels and it'll stick to the popcorn once popped? Or do you also need to pour in some type of oil as well. Would vegetable oil be fine?
Yup - use 1 tbsp of Coconut Oil (Virgin), 1/8 tsp of Flavacol and 1/3 cup popcorn (Orville). Once its popped I add 2 tbsp of Ghee and shake Flavacol over popcorn. Tastes great to me but of course YMMV.
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It's a reference point. And, Amazon has been much lower. I bought it at $4.88 in December.
Regardless, it's good stuff IMO, and lasts a long time with normal consumption.
yyc-guy wrote: You mean $60 regular price (with shipping) ;)
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Flavacol amount is to personal taste. I use a lot more, 3/4 tsp.
Also, it's generally to be used in the oil. Most prepacks are even sold that way.
I would also say refined coconut oil. Otherwise, there's a mild flavor from the oil (which some people may like).
As you indicate though, extreme YMMV. Some people like plain popcorn, which I can't understand at all. :)

I highly recommend the silicon microwave popper. I no longer use a machine because it turns out so well.
Bulldogge wrote: Yup - use 1 tbsp of Coconut Oil (Virgin), 1/8 tsp of Flavacol and 1/3 cup popcorn (Orville). Once its popped I add 2 tbsp of Ghee and shake Flavacol over popcorn. Tastes great to me but of course YMMV.
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My container is probably 1/20 full, and I've had it for almost 5 years. I eat popcorn maybe 3-4 times a month. I intend for mines to be passed down to my great grandchildren at this rate.
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That's generally not how it's used.
However, there are quite a few comments in the Amazon ratings of people doing this.

For me, it works well to mix in with the melted oil. Stir it up well, then add the popcorn.
crystallight wrote: So you add the Flavacol after the popcorn is already popped and not before?

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