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What are some facts about Popcorns?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 24 Feb '11 10:05 am
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They are generally made of dry corn,
they taste good with salt,
they are awesome companian with almost every occassion may it be watching match or movie or even long drive.
they make popping sound while preparing
Answered by madhavi, 24 Feb '11 10:08 am

 
  
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"pop corn khao mast ho jao" watch this hindi film and you will know every thing about popcorn.
Answered by provu rai, 23 Mar '11 10:24 am

 
  
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Zea mays everta is what popcorn is scientifically known as. Popcorn is the only form of corn that bursts out, thanks to the moisture present in the kernels. The moisture present in the kernel is somewhere between 13-15 percent.
Due to the increasing popularity of popcorns, 19th of January has been marked as the National Popcorn Day, while 7th of April is marked as Caramel Popcorn Day in the USA. October is celebrated as the National Popcorn Popping month.
Popcorns are generally available in two types, the mushroom and the snowflake. It is the snowflakes that are famous commercially since they gets fluffier and even look better after popping out. Mushroom popcorns are used by candy makers.
Some of the oldest popcorns are believed to be located in Bat cave which is in New Mexico region somewhere in 1948. However, something known as kettle popcorns has an ancient history of recognition. Kettle popcorns were first seen in 1700s, made by the settlers in large cast iron kettles, from whi ...more
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Answered by radha kashyap, 24 Feb '11 10:12 am

 
  
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I like it !
Answered by vilas manohar deshpande, 24 Feb '11 07:03 pm

 
  
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