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PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2006 4:16 pm 
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Found this site with popcorn recipes:
Pop corn
Alot of them have butter (haven't checked out all yet) but you can just use a dairy-free alternative.
I looked for it because I just bought one of these:

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It's really fun to watch (no, I'm not insane :roll: ) !!

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 Post subject: Re: Popcorn
PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2006 4:26 pm 
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offense74 wrote:
(no, I'm not insane :roll: ) !!
So you say :lol:

JK, actually it's pretty cool. I used to have an air popper which was nice to have. But since I had stopped eating popcorn (butter) I gave it away to charity. :( Ahh, well, it's probably for the best.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2006 6:12 pm 
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SeaSiren wrote:
offense74 wrote:
(no, I'm not insane :roll: ) !!
So you say :lol:

Actually, my shrink told me. He shoud know, he's a professional :?

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Pumping Popcorn -- that's great! I don't think I've ever seen so many popcorn recipes.


We love popcorn topped with All Season Blend from the Uncheese Cookbook. It nutritional yeast with garlic & onion granules & some spices added to it. It's really good stuff & so versatile! However, if you don't add some melted Earth Balance, alot of the yeast sifts to the bottom. We just store the siftings in a small container for the next batch of popcorn.

I posted the recipe here -- you'll have to scroll down.

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I think watching popcorn pop is cool too.

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I got an air popper for x-mas. Popcorn is awesome with nutritional yeast sprinkled on it. In virginia theres an indie movie theater the sells vegan cookies and vegan popcorn with the NY sprinkled.

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To keep nutritional yeast from sinking to the bottom, you can spray the popcorn with tamari or Bragg's amino acids before sprinkling it on.

Pre-vegan, I used to mix butter and honey (about equal amounts), heat it up, then mix in some popped corn and bake it for a while. Earth Balance and agave nectar or maple syrup (or some combo of syrups like rice and maple and barley malt, according to your tastes) would work just as well.


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