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What I did,when the popcorn is cooked,I used a low cal Olive oil spray then sprinkled salt on then.
21 Oct 2014 by Jack and Meg
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One year guarantee used regular brilliant no problem
16 days ago by costas
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I can't see why it wouldn't work but I'm not an expert
22 Jun 2014 by D. Stewart
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I would not buy it it only cooks half the popcorn
15 days ago by david murray
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I bought this machine for coffee roasting, I already had a popper (Prima) already but didnt want coffee tasting popcorn all the time. The Fusion proved useless, the thermo-cutout kicked in just as the first crack was just starting. Also the cavity is small (smaller than the one I had already), so allowing for bean expansion holds small amount of beans (the 2l claim is misleading). So now, and for some time have been using my old prima popper that does the job fine. If you have not home roasted in a popper before, a good tip in my experiance, is create an extra expansion area, I just stick an old blender jug on top. Also it's easy to over roast, I tend to stop just at the end of the first crack and cool quickly. Loads of stuff on youtube about it, but as your asking the question, you probabily already know that. Good luck with your roasting experiments.
21 Jan 2014 by Jameso
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I wouldn't. It would get blown out of the popcorn maker before it will stick to anything. It blows quite a few corn kernels out before they even get popped its that powerful. But you could try and see. Hope that helps.
28 Jul 2014 by Sally
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