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Good

AdvantagesExcellent taste, easy to cook, large serving.

DisadvantagesExpensive, lots of packaging to throw away.

..., and keeping costs down, I make my own and just have it salted. When I'm being naughty and want buttery popcorn, I buy Butterkist Butter Popcorn for the microwave. This stuff is gorgeous. It's expensive, bad for you, not good for the environment (packaging), but it does taste soooo good. Call it a guilty pleasure if you will. Each piece of popcorn is perfect, and is salty and buttery tasting. The pieces...

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Excellent

“Two Minute Popcorn”

published 28/06/2005

AdvantagesTasty, reasonably priced, quick to make, available in most supermarkets

DisadvantagesFairly high in fat, those little bits that get stuck in your teeth

...I hardly ever eat popcorn, but on a recent visit to a relative's house she had made some popcorn for her 4 year old son and I couldn't resist trying some... that then spurred me to look out for it on my next shopping trip, and when I spotted Popz Microwave Popcorn at 2 boxes for £1 in Waitrose it had to go in my trolley! Popz is probably the original microwave popcorn - indeed it seems to have...

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Good

Advantagesvalue, tastes ok, simple and quick popcorn

Disadvantageseasy to burn, a little bland, USP not on packet

...Butterkist is perhaps the best known popcorn brand, certainly in the UK. For me, when I go to the cinema, I can?t sit through a movie without my large tub of popcorn and this microwaveable Butterkist product lets me do that at home in minutes. The Butterkist salted microwaveable product comes in 3x100g microwave packets. I?m sure you?ll be aware that popcorn isn?t particularly nutritional...

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