product endorsement #3 – whirley pop

26 Jun

whirley pop.

do you remember this?  i actually don’t.  but apparently it’s old school cool and marvelously classic.  i’ve loved having it and we now make more popcorn in the house than anything, i swear. low fat, low carb, whole grain, and if you buy it in bulk you save tons and it’s a snack with variety that everyone will love!

the whirley pop itself is so easy to use. you can make your popcorn with any good quality high heat oil and it doesn’t take more than 5 minutes to pop a large bowl to share.  fun for kids, too — just make sure they are always supervised!

my roomie and i love to drizzle a little coconut oil over ours and then smother it with tons of nutritional yeast.  it makes for an almost cheesy flavour.  it’s SO GOOD!  i know you’ll love it too – so try it! and go get a whirley pop!  20 bucks is a good investment for a 25-year warranty, right?!

one more thing i want to add — sort of a shameless plug here — please consider always and only buying organic NON-GMO corn.  if you aren’t sure why, please read one of my rants about GMOs… and do your own research, then decide for yourself.

thank you always, for reading 🙂

5 Responses to “product endorsement #3 – whirley pop”

  1. anthony0358 June 26, 2012 at 11:58 am #

    oh I totally remember my mom using this many years ago


  2. msgallardo June 27, 2012 at 2:25 pm #

    I’ve wanted one of these for a while. Not sure what I’m waiting for. We make popcorn regularly. I think it’s time to get one….thanks for the reminder.


    • cooking with audrey June 28, 2012 at 9:03 am #

      glad i could be here 😉 bed bath and beyond has them for 20 bucks, plus you can use that 20% coupon if you have one!


  3. Food Stories July 6, 2012 at 11:20 pm #

    I haven’t seen one of these in ages 🙂



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