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daisybeetle 12,939 73,025 October 14, 2015 at 08:50 AM in Kitchenware & Cookware (5) More Staples Deals
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Promoted 10-14-2015 by Randy71 at 12:22 PM View Original Post
Staples.com has Presto PopLite Hot Air Popcorn Popper (04820) for $12.99. Shipping is free for Staples Rewards members (free to join), otherwise free shipping to store is also available. Thanks daisybeetle

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Written by Randy71

This Presto PopLite Hot Air Popcorn Popper has received 4.3 out of 5 stars based on over 6700 reviews on Amazon. - Randy71

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Edited October 14, 2015 at 11:48 AM by wuzzy
Presto PopLite Hot Air Corn Popper [staples.com] (4820) $13
Shipping is free for Staples Rewards members (free to join).
  • Use regular or gourmet popcorn with terrific results virtually no unpopped kernels
  • Up to 18 cups of gourmet popcorn are popped in less than 2 1/2 minutes
  • Butter melter doubles as a handy measuring cup
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#3
These are great - Price is good.
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Amazon reviews look really good ($18 there btw) http://www.amazon.com/Presto-0482...B00006IUWA
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Cool.
Disclaimer: This may make you fat
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Disclaimer: This may make you fat
Popcorn is low calorie, and high in fiber and decently high in protein.

If you add butter and salt, yes it will make you fat
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Grabbed one! Thanks OP

My wife cooks white popcorn on the stove and adds coconut oil and a little salt / healthy butter and its amazing.

Seems much easier to do this in one of these than the stove.
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why get this when you you microwave bag and then throw away bag...no mess
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why get this when you you microwave bag and then throw away bag...no mess

The chemicals in the bagged one are supposedly carcinogenic.
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why get this when you you microwave bag and then throw away bag...no mess
Maybe you should look into the possible problem with the bag lining. I think it will answer your question.
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The chemicals in the bagged one are supposedly carcinogenic.

so eating microwave bagged popcorn will kill you?
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what a terrific deal! Thank you!
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why get this when you you microwave bag and then throw away bag...no mess
Microwave popcorn bags contain chemicals that may cause cancer. Not to mention if you are one of those people who believes the microwave itself isn't good for you...in which case this popper seems to be a less-risky alternative.

http://www.livestrong.com/article...rn/#page=1
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Microwave popcorn bags contain chemicals that may cause cancer. Not to mention if you are one of those people who believes the microwave itself isn't good for you...in which case this popper seems to be a less-risky alternative.

http://www.livestrong.com/article...rn/#page=1

thanks had no idea...ive been eating microwave popcorn for over 5 yrs for convenience...
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I've had this model for a few years now and it still works great.
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