2LB Ladyfinger Popcorn

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This old open pollenated variety of popcorn is similar to Tom Thumb. It is one of the first varieties that Brian grew as a small boy! If you like small, hulless, tender popcorn, you definitely will want to try this type!

 

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  • 3
    Ladyfinger popcorn

    Posted by Sidney Replogle on Oct 20th 2020

    I like small popcorn but this was a little hard to chew, too crunchy, and not particularly hulless. So I went back to their Baby White popcorn which pops better in my air popper, is more tender, less hulls, and is all around excellent.

  • 5
    Best

    Posted by Cheryl Brunk on Sep 27th 2020

    I love the Ladyfinger because it's great. But, also because their hulless is the only popcorn my GI surgeon allows me to enjoy. If you have medical restrictions for eating this wonderful snack, I won my doctors over using the huless! Cheryl

  • 5
    Best of the best

    Posted by Lisa Powers on Aug 14th 2020

    Ok so I am a popcorn fanatic. I do not like hulls. This Ladyfinger is tender, tasty and no hulls. I have not had one person not beg for more. Try popping on ghee. Yummmm

  • 3
    Not for my Poplite air popper

    Posted by Joe Pacal on Aug 14th 2018

    These small kernels blow out of my Presto Poplite air popper immediately, unpopped. The medium white popcorn and purple popcorn work fine.

  • 5
    Lady Finger is a great Hulless popcorn

    Posted by YVETTE stuard on Jun 19th 2018

    I’ve been buying tender white for years so this was the first time I tried lady finger; it’s now my favorite. Tiny popcorn with a giant taste. Love it! Won’t buy popcorn from anyone else!

  • 5
    Ladyfinger

    Posted by Ruth on Jun 16th 2018

    My grandpa used to make Tom Thumb popcorn in a wire basket over the fireplace most every Saturday night back in the 1950s. This is as close to that perfect popcorn that I have found. Of course, he used bacon grease instead of vegetable oil.

  • 1
    Ladyfinger popcorn

    Posted by Laura Jelinek on May 28th 2018

    The popcorn was too tiny, like the leftover pieces at the bottom of the bowl.

  • 5
    Yummy Yummy

    Posted by Mary L Nelson on Feb 21st 2018

    I love the 2lb package popcorn better than the microwave. The microwave has a taste I don't like. I put the bag popcorn in my air popper & it works great & I can put my own salt & butter on it. How should I store this popcorn? I was thinking of a glass jar that has a tight seal.

  • 5
    Wow!

    Posted by Missy on Feb 19th 2018

    Tender, no hulls, delicious! Hardly needs butter!