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Butter Free popcorn, no salt added. Is this really like eating regular corn? Can someone please explain to me if this is an ok food to eat, a good food or a food I should avoid. Hopefully it is the perfect movie snack. Thank you
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Hopefully it is the perfect movie snack
for most it is
and for most this is once a week max
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Also depends on how it's cooked - air popped being better than oil popped, unless you're gonna use coconut oil to pop with!
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I saw a nutrition programme on tv the other day, it said popcorn is a brilliant healthy whole grain food. That is if it is not laced with butter or salt, etc.
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