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# I have two of your popcorn makers and lost instructions on the amounts of ingrediients. I need to know how much corn, oil and salt to put in aluminum popper thank yhou

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The manual says to put 1 to 3 tablespoons of oil in the popper, and when hot, add 1/2 cup popcorn. Salt it after dumping the popped corn into a bowl.

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