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Macys.com has Bella Hot Air Popcorn Maker (red, teal or pink) for $9.99. Select in-store pickup where available, or shipping is free on $25 or more. Thanks daisybeetle

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This is a great addition to the basement
Just FYI, most air popper popcorn taste like rubber . Nothing better than the traditional way ,not even microwave popcorn
These air poppers make delicious popcorn. I have a spray bottle of vegetable oil and spray a few sprays, throw some salt on it, and it is delicious. Substantially better and cheaper than bagged microwave popcorn and uses way less oil than making it in a pot with oil while basically keeping the taste. I had a similar one that ended up breaking. I just bought a silicon one for the microwave on amazon for 8 bucks. They even sent me a 10 dollar gift certificate for reviewing the product, which must be against amazon seller restrictions, but I ended up making a profit for buying it. It was this one.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

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This is a great addition to the basement
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Can these be used to make kettle corn or only normal popcorn? (The difference being adding sugar + oil during popping)
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Can these be used to make kettle corn or only normal popcorn? (The difference being adding sugar + oil during popping)
Avoid sugar if you can.
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Can these be used to make kettle corn or only normal popcorn? (The difference being adding sugar + oil during popping)

No this is a hot air popper, does not use any oil in the popping process.
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Thanks for posting! This is going to help me out a lot!
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Just FYI, most air popper popcorn taste like rubber . Nothing better than the traditional way ,not even microwave popcorn
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Do the ones that use oil taste better?
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Wow...shipping is insane.

Also - there a difference between the red and blue/pink ones? Shapes look different.
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Do the ones that use oil taste better?
Air popped is the worst. That being said, i love the oilless micro wave silicone ones, but you cant not flavor till its popped, its a 100% dry process.
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These air poppers make delicious popcorn. I have a spray bottle of vegetable oil and spray a few sprays, throw some salt on it, and it is delicious. Substantially better and cheaper than bagged microwave popcorn and uses way less oil than making it in a pot with oil while basically keeping the taste. I had a similar one that ended up breaking. I just bought a silicon one for the microwave on amazon for 8 bucks. They even sent me a 10 dollar gift certificate for reviewing the product, which must be against amazon seller restrictions, but I ended up making a profit for buying it. It was this one.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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In for one, going to see if I can use it to roast coffee. I've heard of others doing so successfully. For $10, why not?
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Oh I will use this to roast coffee. Right now I'm pan roasting which takes me about 1 hour per pound so this will grately reduce the time and efforts! Thanks OP
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In for one, going to see if I can use it to roast coffee. I've heard of others doing so successfully. For $10, why not?
I'm doing the same. I just wrote that I roast by hand right now. Hmm...keep me posted!
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