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Can you tell me how much oil and popcorn to use in th 6qt stove top popper?

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Its mostly a personal preference,but get at least a good coating of oil in the bottom,and enough to coat the corn.If you find the taste is to oily then use less(or switch oil,I like butter)I've found that most pans (unless they are on the short side) will do just fine if you put enough popcorn in the bottom to cover the bottom of the pan,one layer deep.

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