Let me introduce you to Ghee if you have not met her. ( It is not the cat. The cat is Maggie. She is just wishing you a beautiful day. ) Ghee is clarified butter. She is great for cooking since she has a high heat threshold, 485 degrees. Compare that to 180 degrees for olive oil. It is great to use for all types of cooking including baking. It is casein and lactose free for those that have a sensitivity. It does not need to be refrigerated although I do. I don’t need to be refrigerated. I refrigerate the ghee.
Every time I saute vegetables I get outstanding results. Guests always comment on what ever food I cooked with Ghee. It just gives them a yummy warm flavor.
It also has an alkalyzing affect on your body. I will be going into alkaline vs. acidic environment soon. We all have very acidic conditions and it is a breeding ground for all sorts of nonsense.
When I eat movie theatre popcorn, I dont know about you, but I leave feeling like I have been injected with tar or something. I realize I eat a ton of it but the whole deal is terrifying. Bad salt, bad oil, bad, bad. The same goes for microwave popcorn. It takes me a good 24 hours to recover. It tastes great though, doesn’t it? Anymore, that is not enough. My food HAS to have some redeeming quality. I’m sure there is some dog food that tastes pretty good. That doesn’t mean I am going to eat it. I am extremely tempted by the cookie and snack bar at Petco. Those things have to taste good, right? Maybe not…..
This popcorn will become your favorite popcorn and you will want to watch movies JUST so you can make it! Coconut oil makes it wonderful by itself and sometimes we do not butter it with ghee and it is delicious. The fats that we use here are completely beneficial for your precious body.
Use a heavy pot with lid on stove.
Heat on high 1-3 Tablespoons of Organic Unrefined Coconut Oil
Measure out 1/2 cup of preferably organic popcorn (many groceries sell it in bulk now)
Cook the popcorn the usual way on the stove on high.
Heat several tablespoons of ghee to top the popcorn. Salt with Celtic sea salt or another of your favorite sea salt or seasoning.
Enjoy the movie! If its good, let me know, I’ll watch.