> Butterfly12 you didn't specify whether or not you
> wanted already popped or unpopped popcorn. If you
> want unpopped, my favorites are from
> popcornpopper.com. I also purchased my Whirley Pop
> Stovetop Popcorn popper from them.
> I switched to this method of making corn after I
> I decided I didn't want to eat or smell or the
> chemical additives added to microwave popcorn. It
> takes a tiny bit longer to make this than microwave
> popcorn but not enough to matter. I can make a large
> bowl of popcorn using only 1 teaspoon of oil. Small
> amount of oil, fresh popcorn, no additives - a
> winning and healthier mix in my opinion.
I wanted unpopped popcorn, like you I don't want to buy popcorn with chemcical additiives either. Thank you for the website. I have a great popcorn popper that I purchased at Target. It is a popcorn bowl and works great. I got tired of popping the kernels on the stove took so long. This pop bowl is great.