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Yellow Popcorn

Yellow kernels are the most popular popcorn seeds to be found in the market. These are widely used by many commercial establishments such as theaters. Commercial popcorn manufacturers also use this for their products. It is favored due to the large flakes, high yield and low cost.

Snappy Yellow Popcorn (Above) is a go to for a classic large yellow popcorn kernel variety. Produced by one of the leading popcorn manufacturers, it gives you kernels that pop well with very little old maids. It is low in fat and high in fiber making it a great snack. It pops well on the stove and will also work well with an air popper.

Another choice for large yellow kernels is Eden Organic Yellow Popcorn. It is a good option for those who are concerned about commercially manufactured foods. This all organic popcorn is naturally grown in US farms and is organically certified. You get big fluffy flakes with a mild corn taste without having to worry about chemicals.

For small yellow kernels, Wabash Valley Farms Popcorn is a good pick. It has small kernels with a tender hull that shatters when cooked. Although these are smaller in size, it packs a whole lot of flavor in.

More On Yellow Popcorn

Yellow popcorn kernels can pop anywhere from 40 to 60 times its size. Most popcorn from this type of seed pop into butterfly shaped flakes with a slightly yellow color. These carry the familiar corn taste, but are not as sweet as the blue or red varieties.

Flavor for this type of flake is often enhanced through the use of salt, butter and other seasonings. When air popped and eaten plain, popcorn from yellow kernels offers a nutritious snack.

Variety wise, yellow popcorn seeds are not as diverse as reds or blues. Most seeds are classified as either large yellow or small yellow kernels, both of which are pearl shaped with pointed ends. Small yellow kernels are also known as Ladyfinger or Tom Thumb, which is a mini hulless type.
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