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 Who first discovered popcorn?

Answer The origin of popcorn can be traced back to 16th-century Mexico, when Aztec Indian tribes first used it in ceremonial dances. Since these ancient uses, popcorn has grown in popularity as a commerci... Read More »
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Where was popcorn discovered?

Popcorn (Zea mays everta) originated in the Central America and Mexico region. The first known evidence of popcorn was discovered near Mexico City from ancient pollen dated at 80,000 years old. Exc... Read More »
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Regular Buttered Popcorn Popcorn with Cheese Or Caramel Popcorn Which from this list do u like better?

Regular buttered popcorn. Goodnight Scooter:)
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When was popcorn first discoverd?

The earliest usage of popcorn is attributed to native peoples of Mexico, specifically those of Aztec and Zapotec heritage, in the 4th Century A.D. The evidence of this early popcorn was found in th... Read More »
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When was popcorn first made?

According to the Popcorn Board, popcorn was an important part of Aztec Indian ceremonies in the early 16th century. In 1519, Cortes invaded Mexico and observed the use of "popcorn as decoration for... Read More »
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