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The Shape

The Shape

When popped, corn kernels turn into two different shapes: the butterfly/snowflake shape and the mushroom shape. The snowflake-shaped kernels are used to make regular popcorn. They usually pop larger and have a fluffier texture than other kernel shapes.

Kettle popcorn turns mushroom-shaped when popped because the sugar you add during the cooking process can form a sweet outer shell.

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