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HAPPENINGFISH SparkPoints: (13,420)
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9/27/12 8:57 P

Yeah, if you pop a 100g bag of popcorn, it's still going to be 100g. It's both.

TRIXYMAHOGANY SparkPoints: (9,594)
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9/27/12 5:41 P

Here's one version of that popcorn: www.livestrong.com/thedailyplate/nutrition
-calories/food/orville-redenbachers-go
urment-popping-corn/white-cheddar-micr
owave-popcorn/


Generally, unless you're using the kernels in food or eating them, you always go by the "popped" information. Because popcorn takes up so much space it doesn't take a lot of kernels to make 6 cups of popcorn.

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9/27/12 5:11 P

I have a dilemma! Ok, I have a bag of microwave popcorn. IT has nutritional data on there. But it has it in popped or unpopped. It is so confusing! Can anyone tell me how many calories is a bag of microwave popcorn with white cheddar seasoning? It says there is 3 servings....but then it is 6.5 cups. What do I go by?

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