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Pop corn container that will seperate the unpoped popercorn from the poped popercorn.

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A bucket that separates the unpopped kernels from the rest of your popcorn. 43 Insanely Cheap Things You Need For Your Kitchen

A popper for when you can't choose between microwave popcorn and stovetop popcorn.

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Microwave Popcorn Popper - Enjoy the fresh, healthy taste of stovetop popcorn…

Microwave Popcorn maker made of Glass.  The lid has a mesh basket for butter which will melt directly onto your popcorn while it is popping!  How clever!

Glass Popcorn Maker makes Great air-popped taste… without the wait! Treat yourself to fresh, delicious popcorn—without the fat—with this microwave popcorn popper. Pops with hot air, not oil, for a healthier, low-calorie snack in minutes.

Just add kernels, close the flaps, microwave, and use the tabs to safely remove and enjoy!

PopTop Popcorn Popper

Microwave Popcorn Maker - Just add kernels, close the flaps, microwave, and use the tabs to safely remove and enjoy!

Blow-Your-Mind Microwave Popcorn ~ Says: Glass bowl + ceramic plate + popcorn kernels = perfectly popped popcorn in the microwave. No bag. No butter or oil

Glass bowl + ceramic plate + popcorn kernels = No butter or oil. cup dry popcorn kernels in microwave-safe glass bowl (pyrex). Place microwave-safe plate on top of bowl. Plate should be wide enough to go beyond rim of bowl. Microwave 2 min 45 sec.

4 Herb Salts That Will Change Your Popcorn Game via @PureWow

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EVERYONE SHOULD OWN ONE OF THESE INSTEAD OF THAT BAGGED Stuff. Sur La Table® Microwave Popcorn Poppers | Sur La Table

I love popcorn! With this nifty container you use regular popcorn (with or without oil) and pop it in your microwave. You can even put a pat of butter on the silicone lid that will melt and drip on the popcorn as it pops- Sur la Table

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