1/2 cup popcorn kernels
Directions (air popped):
1. Pop the kernels in your air-popper, following directions for use.
2. Melt coconut oil & drizzle it on the popped corn.
3. Sprinkle with turmeric & salt. Enjoy!
I use a to make popcorn. I am not normally an advocate of the microwave, but when it comes to making popcorn I am. I can make oil-free popcorn easily using this popper.
Important note: I only recommend air popped or a microwave popper so that your popcorn can be prepared without oil. Oils add calories and extra fats of a type that works against the liver.
1. Add kernels to popper (and any other desired ingredients)
2. Cover with lid
3. Put in microwave and press the ‘popcorn’ button (about 2 and 1/2 minutes)
4. Eat directly from the bowl or transfer to another heat safe bowl.
NOTES: Oil-free popcorn is ideal because oils can cause adverse reactions for those with IBS. In fact, it’s not recommended that you eat popcorn while experiencing painful IBS symptoms, but once you get your symptoms under control, popcorn makes a good snack. Most can have up to 7 cups popped.
Since popcorn is a grain it should be avoided while on all healing diets. Yet, popcorn is a great REAL FOOD snack when prepared at home using fresh, NON-GMO, and organic ingredients. It was the most difficult grain for me to "give up" while healing, but it was definitely worth the wait.