Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Kernel Jug( Original ), 5 LB 12 oz
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Size: 5 Pound 12 Ounce
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I became an Orville Redenbacher fan shortly after the brand came out last century. I've tried others but keep coming back to Orville. I have consistently had a very low rate of dead kernels and what pops tastes great.
I also like that Orville is Non-GMO. I don't really know what difference it makes but I'd rather not have some multinational conglomerate messin with my food's genetics so it creates its own pesticide and/or herbicide resistance... Yuk.
I get my supply of Orville Redenbacher at my local grocery or wholesale store. This size cost me just under $9 compared to just under $19 on Amazon as of when I am writing this review. Shop around and save money!
Unless you go through a lot of popcorn you might want to get a smaller size. Popcorn is best relatively fresh and it's a good idea to purchase where there is good turnover and fresh stock.
The next bit of news is about how to properly heat popcorn to insure a full pop. Meaning that the popcorn will expand to its maximum volume. You might do this by accident, and may get it right every time, but maybe you don’t. Some think they have a bad batch of popcorn seed when they pop it wrong.
I use coconut oil, with yellow color. The yellow is beta carotene color, the same color that makes carrots orange. So the oil is not the same as what they put into Microwave popcorn, as Microwave popcorn will increase your bad cholesterol levels. The salt to use is called Flavorcol, and you will only need 1 teaspoon, or in my case, a little less. The proper oil to seed ratio is as follows. Poor oil into the Stainless steel popcorn pot until it just covers the bottom of the pot, you can use more, or less to suit your own tastes, and needs. Take a teaspoon of flavorcol and sprinkle it over the oil evenly. Drop seeds into the pot so that they cover the bottom in one layer, no space between them, and no more than one layer. If you use more, you will have too much. Feel free to measure how much seed that is, but I only measure the flavorcol. Popcorn seed has three components, the hull, moisture, and thick starch.Read more ›
I got this to go with the hot air popper...
it's a lot better than microwave popcorn in my opinion...add your own butter and salt and it takes about the same amount of time...
I believe it's also a bit more economical...
I cup makes enough for my department of 8 and gives us a mid-afternoon snack...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My favorite popcorn. I order this almost monthly, I can 't find this size in supermarkets, so it's worth it. Seems to very good value.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I use this with an air popper. I have used this brand and Some others... These pop crisp each time, where as some of the other brands sometimes seem soggy or chewey... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Robinson
Not all of the kernals pop in the microwave. It takes about 3 cycles to get most of them to pop. Still they are very tasty.Published 5 days ago by B. Peters
Nice tasting all natural popcorn at a great price. Say goodbye to all of those expensive microwavable salty popcorn bags. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Joe F.