• Store the kernels in an airtight container in a cool, dry spot -- not in the refrigerator. The kernels have moisture inside (that's what makes them pop when heated) and refrigerators will dry them out.
• Salt the popcorn after -- not before -- the kernels have popped, or it will make them tough.
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