Popcorn and Tins at Doc Popcorn (35% Off). Two Options Available.

Doc Popcorn - Bladwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Los Angeles

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In a Nutshell

Bags, tins, and gift packages of fresh-popped kernels come in flavors such as kettle corn, white cheddar, and caramel kettle

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $13 for $20 worth of popcorn and tins: minimum one small tin purchase
  • $26 for $40 worth of popcorn and tins: minimum one large tin purchase

Tin owners will also receive a lifetime of discounted refills.

Popcorn: Edible Explosives

There are many varieties of corn, but only one has a husk capable of creating a delicious pop. Groupon made a study of the starchy snack to tell you how it happens.

Popcorn may end up as a deliciously benign treat, but it only gets that way as a result of a catastrophic process—one that mimics the rupture of an exploding water boiler or gas tank. Each kernel’s hull contains starch and a little bit of water, the latter of which expands as it’s heated. Once the internal temperature reaches around 450 degrees, the water becomes steam, creating intense pressure. This pressure builds and builds until—POP!—the kernel explodes with enough force to turn itself inside out, expanding to 40–50 times its original size. The starch solidifies into the familiar fluffy shape, and—aside from getting topped with butter or strung together to feed a Christmas tree’s squirrels—the corn’s transformation is complete. Not all kernels have sufficient moisture content to burst, however, which is why almost any bag, carton, or tub of popcorn includes at least a handful of unpopped kernels at the bottom.

Popcorn has been erupting for centuries, if not millennia, and methods of popping have evolved over the years. Early popcorn enthusiasts brought corn to the desired temperature by mixing kernels with sand that had been heated in a fire. Cooking approaches evolved with technology, but it wasn’t until the late 19th century that portable poppers made it possible for vendors to travel with crowds, stoking demand for a crunchy snack.

Customer Reviews

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Rosio · July 3, 2017
I love popcorn and Doc Popcorn is great!
Debra D. · February 26, 2017
I was pleasantly surprised!!! I will return again !
Letticia G. · January 10, 2017

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