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I want one! Glass Microwave Corn Popper. You can add butter to the lid so it melts over the popcorn. No oil, no salt.

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1/4 cup popcorn. Bag. Microwave on High for 3 minutes 30 seconds and listen for the Pops to slow down to about 3 or 4 seconds apart. Put the popcorn in a bowl and spray with oil or butter and salt if desired. Enjoy not having all the chemical weirdness of the commercial Microwave Popcorns.

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