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    Default What is the best popcorn without hulls?

    My dh and I were thinking about this as we were eating popcorn and getting a mouthful of hulls stuck on our teeth.
    Do you know the feeling?

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    Look into Jenny's Popcorn. It's owned by the company Poppees.

    www.jennyspopcorn.com

    It's good stuff! Lots of flavors, too!

    It's hull-less. My grandmother loves it.

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    Orville Redenbachers is pretty ok as far as husks go. THE WORST is Popsecret.

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    How is hull-less popcorn even possible? You need the hulls in order to contain the steam to produce the 'pop'.
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    Thanks for the prompt replies.
    We will check out, Jenny popcorn.
    It must be good if your grandmother likes it,
    aquamarinebug : )

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    Don't know...but it is. .

    Call 'em, Hoot. Get the 411.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mary View Post
    Thanks for the prompt replies.
    We will check out, Jenny popcorn.
    It must be good if your grandmother likes it,
    aquamarinebug : )
    Oh yes. . Not going to lie, I love them too! They have these caramel dittos...you could practically pour milk over them and eat these puffs like cereal.

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    Oh! my! Jenny's popcorn is already popped and cost more than we want to spend on popcorn.
    Hull less popcorn is possible and would invite you,Hootman to google for a interesting search.

    Maybe, I should have asked, how to you make good popcorn on your stove?

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    As you wish...
    All popcorn has hulls, because popcorn must have a hull in order to pop. There are varieties of popcorn that have less noticeable hulls in the final popped popcorn, but there are no varieties that are completely hull-less. the smaller the unpopped kernel, the less hulls there will be after it is popped, and the ones that do remain will be very small, thin and delicate.
    http://www.amishmart.com/hulless-popcorn.html
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    That's it...I'm calling Jenny's.

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    So your Amish link says no... Jennys website says yes...last time I checked, Amish didn't use the internet.

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    the hull-less popcorn i am familiar with is something made from puffed corn starch, not popped kernels.

    i think Utz makes it, called Puffin Corn...?



    i also agree that Orville's seems to be really good about not leaving a ton of hulls in your teeth

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    Pop Secret Homestyle (lightly buttered & salted). The best!

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    Thanks for all of your comments!

    By the way, how do you fix your popcorn?

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    I still use this.

    jiffy-pop.jpg
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    I had a very inexpensive hot air popcorn popper and used to by bulk popcorn at a produce store that was great.
    It was very inexpensive to use. It did seem to lose the hull while the popcorn was landing in a bowl. I need to replace my old popper and hope the new one works as well.

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    Thanks, Sandy1950
    I remember those hot air popcorn poppers!
    That just might be the answer to my question
    about hulls!

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