Have you ever tried amaranth? It is a highly nutritious grain, similar to quinoa, but much smaller. But even more important is that it makes the world's tiniest popcorn! So... of course we had to conduct a crucial kitchen science experiment to contrast this...with this... Making popcorn on the stove (we are bizarre people and do not own a microwave) is a fun treat for kids and if you've never tried it, it's much easier than you think. Pour some oil in a pot, fill with about ½ c popcorn, turn the heat on medium and just wait... no need to shake or stir. We use coconut oil and it never burns (in the past I've had burning issues with canola oil). Amaranth is popped differently: heat a dry pot and after pot is hot add 1TBSP of amaranth at time, it takes only a few moments to start popping. It can burn quickly, so as soon as it is popped, dump it in a bowl and pop another TBSP. It's quite nutty tasting. Enjoy!