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    I love buying and eating organic, fair-trade food when I can, and I especially love it when it doesn't break the bank. I didn't really expect to find organic microwave popcorn at the Dominion, but there you have it.

    The brand I found is called Whole Alternatives, and I had some for the first time tonight. It is yummy! It smelled amazing as it was popping, like the best movie or stadium popcorn. And it tastes delicious, no nasty additives, or sickening quality to it. It's very white in colour, not coated in colouring. And it really didn't cost much more than regular microwave popcorn. Low fat too.

    Anyhoo, just thought I'd share my find. It's some of the best popcorn I've had, and it's actually a very low-cal snack by volume. If you see some near you, snatch it up!
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    I love organic popcorn. I started buying it about a year ago and have never looked back. I don't buy the microwave kind, as I prefer to air pop it.

    It's my favourite snack.

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    I'd love to air pop - for now it's just one of those things on my future wedding registry.
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    Of course, the best-tasting popcorn is oil popped, but a girl's gotta draw the line somewhere!

    Congrats on your engagement, by the way.

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    Ah, no engagement per se - just the registry that forever runs though my head, lol. I like prezzies, but have little disposable income right now, so all my fantasy gadgets go on my wish list.
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    I'm happy to hear that even popcorn comes organic. I appreciate that we have more and more selection of organic products and produce. This is the way it should've always been.

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    ^^Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tati
    I'd love to air pop - for now it's just one of those things on my future wedding registry.
    hey, i got an air popper for 25 dollars. it works really well and for the most part doesn't shoot popcorn anywhere. (there's a few strays sometimes but i can deal w it.)

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