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Battle of the Poppers

Updated: May 9, 2020

In the reviews I've been doing for popcorn, I always say that I prefer making popcorn in an air popper. That is mainly opinion. It was the first way I learned to make popcorn and I've been doing it for a long time now. This article is made for you so that you can choose the best popcorn popper for your standards. Now let's begin. Air Popper Pros - The only mess is the bowl (unless you use the measuring cup on the top to                         melt your butter.)           - By not popping with oil or butter, it makes the popcorn healthier, and                                 you can always put on butter by melting some in the microwave                                             (preferably with olive oil.)           - Air poppers don't take up much room, so they're easy to store.       - It pops your popcorn faster than any other type of popper. Cons - The popcorn doesn't have that classic movie-theater style popcorn flavor.            - You can't pop as much as you could doing stovetop or using an                                        old-fashioned popper (which isn't much of a problem unless you have                                 10+ people over.)

- If you put any more than a 1/2 cup in, it'll burn the popper out. Pot on Stovetop Pros - You can pop as much popcorn as you have without anything burning out.            - You probably don't have to buy anything except popcorn and oil.            - You get that lovely stovetop popcorn flavor.           - It's easy to learn and master. Cons - You can easily burn the popcorn.            - You get a lot of unpopped kernels.            - If you pour your popcorn into a bowl, that means more dirty dishes. Old Fashioned Popcorn Popper Pros - You can pop loads of popcorn.           - They have that classic movie theater popcorn taste.           - It's perfect for a home movie theater.           - The cheapest popcorn supplies are only compatible with this popper. Cons - They take up a lot of space.   - The popcorn is very unhealthy, so you shouldn't eat it daily.           - It requires a lot of maintenance, and you have to know how to use it. Cover Photo From:

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