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Little mad that I haven't thought about this before. I've tried a lot of things, but there's a pro Chef apparently who swears by powdered chicken bouillon on popcorn. I guess that's the big thing on the internet circles these days. I  got to admit, sounds pretty good.

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brewers yeast and tamari.

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I know someone who uses Frank's Red Hot on popcorn.

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in theory, one could use worchestershire sause.

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Just now, BeenHereBefore said:

They make the powder Franks for that as well.

Did not know that thanks.

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Popcorn is like white paper, unload your spice cabinet,

idiots.

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people put kraft dinner cheese powder on popcorn and swear by it.  just straight powder out of the package.  ive never tried it.

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I remember putting that on your popcorn thighs one night.

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42 minutes ago, JustinCharge said:

people put kraft dinner cheese powder on popcorn and swear by it.  just straight powder out of the package.  ive never tried it.

I've been doing that since the 70's

Butter, salt & pepper

 

Then I use the macaroni for another pasta dish.

 

But Man, Kraft "Mac & Cheese" sucks nowadays, they've changed it

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3 hours ago, taco breath said:

in theory, one could use worchestershire sause.

I dunno, I'm not buying it until I see it in the real world.  🤨

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Poosay drippings with a little smoked chipotle powder.  Yumma.

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Steak and chicken prepared with said bouillon is a thing too.

I take chicken breast with other veggies and create a stir fry with ramen noodles and the season packets.  Kids love it.

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