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This timeless munchie has been filling snack bowls for nearly 10,000 years. “The crop spread quickly out of Mexico as both a snack and a decoration, filling stomachs and adorning ceremonial headdresses,” records the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. “While investigating tombs in Peru, researchers unearthed kernels completely intact and ready for popping.”

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