Since it can be ground into cornmeal, I plan to store a few bags of popcorn using Mylar/Oxygen absorber/5 gallon buckets. Now I'm reading that foods stored in this way should have less than 10% moisture. Popcorn normally has 13 - 15% moisture. I don't think there's any way to accurately and consistently dry it further - at least not at home when talking about 100s of pounds. So I may just give it a shot and test it in a few years to see how it held. Has anyone stored popcorn in this way? Will it work, or should I just scrap my plans and buy cornmeal instead? Thanks in advance.