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What kind of oil do you use with the Toastess Cinema popper? Peanut oil or vegatable oil?

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    Vegatable oil
    1 tbsp veggie oil for 1/3c. corn
    2 tbsp oil for 2/3c corn
    3 tbsp oil for 1 cup corn

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    Yes.

    If feeding others, beware of peanut allergies.

    The attraction of peanut oil is it's higher smoke point, but canola or olive oil both contain far less saturated fat with canola holding a clear advantage.
    Also canola is is probably the most 'tasteless' oil of them all. For some that might be an advantage,but others prefer particular oils for their taste.
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    Kernels jump up and out of maker while maker is working. At least 50% of kernels are wasted. Thanks for your help.


    This won't totally solve the problem, but do the following:
    1. turn on the machine and allow to run for about a minute to allow the machine to get hot.
    2. add 1/2 again as much kernals to the popper
    3. tilt the machine back slightly while popping begins
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    Half the Kernals spit out uncooked


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    What kind of oil (vegtable or corn oil )


    Hi!

    Please use blended vegetable oil, pure corn oil, sunflower oil,
    soybean oil or grapeseed (canola oil) because these oils have a high
    smoke point. Peanut oil is not recommended because it greatly
    impacts the flavor.

    • Oils should never be mixed when deep frying.
    • High heat, water, and burnt food particles break down the oil’s smoke
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    • Replace oil if you notice:
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    - Strong oil discoloration
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    - Excessive foaming around the frying food

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    Specific Oil to use?????


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    Need instructions for Toastess cinema popper TCP-6L


    1 tbsp veggie oil for 1/3c. corn
    2 tbsp oil for 2/3c corn
    3 tbsp oil for 1 cup corn

    i use 2/3 c as the max because it completely fills the bowl if you use 1 cup be sure to do it in batches or the machine will over flow.
    happy popping

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