Cooking your popcorn on the stove in oil is better than using microwave bags, but still allows for some issues, because the burning oil can create chemical compounds that potentially can cause oxidative damage to cells.
The best option for popping popcorn is using an electric air popper, which requires no oil.
It’s estimated that 90 percent of corn grown in the United States is from genetically modified seed
Fortunately, there are plenty of non-GMO popcorn options available. Any certified organic popcorn will be non-GMO.
Check out Chef Joel’s videos with step-by-step recipes for healthy, kidney-friendly foods.
The categories are international dishes with a flair, chicken entrees, and low phosphorus snacks.
Kick up your Valentine’s Day with salted chocolate popcorn made with just 3 ingredients.
Compared to most snack foods, popcorn is low in calories. Besides, what’s not to love? Chocolate and popcorn. Bliss in a bowl.
We recently developed videos with recipes for the American Kidney Fund, the leading U.S. non-profit organization working on behalf of the 30 million Americans with kidney disease. One of the recipes for the snack video was sriracha popcorn. Read more for the recipe and links to Chef Joel’s videos.