Savory Popcorn Seasoning

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For many years we have made our own popcorn seasonings because we object to the trans-fats and chemicals in most popcorn seasonings and wanted to get the most nutrition in our diet we deemed possible, even in our snacks.

We even use this seasoning on homemade French fries and homemade potato chips.

What nutrients and ingredients are found in Wilderness Family Naturals' Savory Popcorn Seasoning?

This first popcorn seasoning manufactured by Wilderness Family Naturals is made with Nutritional Yeast, Himalayan Pink Salt, Garlic and Onion. It has a savory cheese flavor and is quite delicious. In addition, just 1/4 teaspoon contains 35% of the RDI for Thiamin (Vitamin B1), 30% of the RDI for Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 25% of the RDI for Niacin (Vitamin B3), Vitamin B6 and Pantothenic Acid and 15% of the RDI of Vitamin B12. Sodium content for this seasoning is only 80 mg!


If you air pop your popcorn, then melt a few tablespoons of Wilderness Family Naturals Popcorn oil and drizzle the oil over the popped corn. While the popcorn is still wet with the oil, sprinkle this seasoning over the popcorn and stir to distribute it well. Then get ready for a delicious treat!

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I really like this seasoning for popcorn. I think the other reviewer just missed the fact that you can use butter to get butter flavor in your popcorn... That's really not what seasoning mixes are for. My only complaint is that it's a little too sweet -- probably from the onion. But otherwise, it's got a great savory quality to it (i.e., umami) and makes for a nice change in pace from just salt and butter on your popcorn.


Not your usual popcorn flavoring

I'm sure it's all in what you're used to, but this does not flavor my popcorn well, in my opinion. It might be usable on other food items, and I'm trying it elsewhere. Popcorn just needs to have, well, a butter flavor or something close to it. This is nowhere close.