posted on Sep, 15 2012 @ 01:36 PM
reply to post by irsuccubus
Coconut oil with beta carotene in it is what movie theaters use to pop their popcorn. It's what makes the popcorn look yellow.
That and they add Flavcol (which I have plenty of and I think will take me 10 years to run out of, heh).
I have a Whirly Popper that I use on my stove (aluminum pan with a cover that snaps on, and you turn the crank on the handle, that turns the blade in
the pan to stir the popcorn while it's popping.
I've made several batches, and it indeed smells, looks and taste just like the popcorn you get at the movie theater (without having to buy one of
those $$ popcorn makers that you see there).
But I'm having to find a good source for the oil.
Ethnic stores here? Hahahahaha. I live in the southeastern US. About the only ethnic we have is Hispanic stores (which I frequent to make very good