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Learn how to make easy cheap homemade microwave popcorn
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Alright, today I am going to teach you how to make microwave popcorn with regular popcorn. It is really easy and it saved a lot of money because it is cheap and you know what is in it. As a matter of fact all you do is take a regular size of large paper bag. You add two tablespoons of popcorn. You fold the bag about one-half and one inch and being folded again and take a regular staple, stapler no; you will not blow up your microwave trust me. One staple here and one staple there. Put your bag down a little do not let this touch the sides of the microwave. Put it in the microwave, just like you would do in the other microwave popcorn, close it and put it for two minutes.
I do not know if you can hear it popping but see it is popping just like any other microwave popcorn. Microwave varied, you want to make sure that you stand by a microwave while this is going on. When it comes, when it is three seconds between a pop you know it is time you just cut it off and you know take it out. You take it out like in the other bag of popcorn. I am right this is 87calories. You open it up and from here, you know the passing butter on it, and melted butter, salt, and you can do it everything you want but in this stage its 87calories and good to go some nice little snack. Peace.