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One of my favorite things to eat is popcorn, and I usually eat it at least three times a week. That said, I’m very picky about my popcorn-it has to be freshly popped over a cook top and preferably mushroom (rather than butterfly) type.
Though they have similar flavors, there are differences between the two types. Butterfly popcorn is more common and is typically served at concession stands and in microwave bags. Mushroom popcorn tends to pop at higher temperatures, has a spherical shape and is often used for caramel corn due to its larger surface area. What I like about mushroom popcorn is its density and “chew factor.”
I’ve tried different brands, but Hoosier Hill’s mushroom kernels produce the largest and fluffiest popcorn. Just writing about it is making me hungry-time for a snack break!
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|Notice how spherical this popcorn is?|