THE PROPER WAY TO STORE AND/OR “FLUFF” YOUR POPCORN
GOOD TROUBLE GOURMET Pocporn and our Soul Skinz® Keto-friendly pork rinds are hand-batched using only the finest ingredients. Real food ingredients and refined coconut oil makes a more tender kernel which some may interpret as “soft” or slightly “stale” when in fact it’s just the gentle nature of the oil.
For those who would still prefer a crispier bite, read below for a few maker’s hacks that’s sure to refresh your GTG product when needed to deliver the taste and texture you desire.
A Good Trouble Gourmet shout out to supporter Jennifer Ceville of Oklahoma City, OK, for the suggestion to create this page. Feedback like yours helps to make us better!
Things to consider before you consume.
- This product relies on real food, all-natural ingredients and is unpreserved.
- Please keep stored in a dry, cool place.
- We encourage you to consume your product within 2 weeks of receiving it to ensure maximum taste and freshness.
- If you do not plan to consume your popcorn product sooner, consider storing in a cold refrigerator short term or in the freezer to store longer. Because popped popcorn no longer has a water chamber, it will not freeze.
You’ve opened the bag. Here’s what you should know.
- To retain freshness, remove from bag the desired amount you plan to consume.
- Push air out of pouch before resealing.
- For crispier texture, place desired amount in air fryer on 200-250 ºF for 1 minute. If more time is needed, please heat in 30 second intervals until desired temperature is reached.
- If you do not own an air fryer, preheat oven to 300 ºF and allow to cool for 2 minutes before inserting popcorn on a pan lined with a baking sheet.
- Allow the product to cool slightly before consuming.
Now that you’ve gotten into all kinds of GOOD TROUBLE, what’s next?
- Always store in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight.
- For maximum freshness, reseal zipper on pouch and then place in an airtight storage container.
- You may also wish to place popcorn in the refrigerator for short-term storage OR in the freezer to store longer.
- Because popped popcorn has no water, IT WON’T FREEZE!