How to Make the Perfect Popcorn String for Your Christmas Tree
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The art of making popcorn strings as Christmas Tree decorations is widely practiced in the Americas, and more so in North America. Popcorn has been used for decoration since the 16th century. A popcorn string can be a lovely touch to a holiday tree.
Making a Homemade Popcorn String for Your Christmas Tree
We all know that popcorn is a must-have snack in cinemas and at sporting events. It is also a snack that many love to have in the comfort of their own homes, especially when watching a late night movie with family or friends. There are also families who eat popcorn as a breakfast cereal, a practice that dates back to the 1800s.
If you love popcorn, what is it that you like most about it? Is it the taste or smell? For many people, it’s the smell.
Truth be told, popcorn does come with an unusually addictive aroma. Popcorn’s aroma can be attributed to high levels of powerful chemical compounds, usually used by food manufacturers to make their products smell “heavenly.”
Enough of popcorn as a food, we want to use it as an adornment or decoration for our Christmas Trees, which is a tradition that is still widely appreciated in North America. Today’s recipe is more of a guide on how to make the perfect popcorn string for your Christmas Tree. Please check out the instructional video provided too.
Tip- Use popcorn that is at least a day old as fresh popcorn tends to break easily.
Enjoy making your own homemade popcorn string and good luck!