Microwave Popcorn Cobs

These kernels stay close to their cob until it's time to pop in one of the bags (included).

$16.00

Tall Corn Tale

Hypothesis: Popcorn kernels learn popcorn protocol from the cob. It is, after all, connected to the stalk, and therefore the roots, surely—surely!—have a direct line to the ancient maize wisdom of the seeds. Ergo: Kernels that have spent the most time on the cob being taught the traditions of their Central American ancestors will pop and taste the best. Conclusion: These kernels don't leave the cob until they're popped, making them the most well-behaved and deliciously corny-tasting popcorn kernels in existence. Butter or salt the cob, place it in one of the included paper bags, fold it closed, place in the microwave, and pop like any other popcorn. 10 cobs included. Grown in Indiana.

Made in the USA
Measurements
Set of 10 cobs and 10 popping bags
Ingredients
Notes
To pop, butter and salt your corn cob (optional), place inside included paper bag, fold over end of bag 3 times, and microwave on high for 1-2 minutes.
Item ID
47899

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Very fresh tasty popcorn

5

My husband loved this and he thought it was very unique but also brought in the nostalgia of making popcorn from corn as a child. This popcorn is good on its own, even though it's unsalted and unbuttered it doesn't need it. Since it's super fresh it must be consumed right after popping because it goes stale fast and shrinks super tiny.

Richland Hills, TX

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Props!

5

Seems legit lol. Love the hypothesis had me giggling

KY

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Microwave Popcorn Cobs

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