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Food journalist Mark Schatzker reveals how Parmesan cheese is really made and the difference between the grated Parmesan cheese that's sold in supermarkets and authentic Parmigiana Reggiano from Italy.
Dr. Oz and core expert Mark Schatzker examine how much cellulose is in grated Parmesan cheese, whether cellulose is safe or not, and why it’s used in the first place. Then, find out how to ensure you’re buying 100 percent Parmesan cheese.
Core expert Mark Schatzker visits Beecher’s Handmade Cheese in New York City to see how real cheese is produced. Then, he visits journalist Michael Moss to find out what’s in processed cheese product, which only has 51 percent real cheese.
Journalist Mark Schatzker explains how to identify real cheese (vs. cheese product) and what to look for on the ingredient label. Then, Dr. Oz shares four real cheeses you can buy on your next grocery trip.
Actress Debi Mazar, who grew up in New York City, and husband Gabriele Corcos, who’s originally from Florence, Italy, open up about how they first met.
Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos introduce the prickly pear, a type of cactus fruit, and demonstrate how to make a prickly-pear vinaigrette salad dressing.
Gabriele Corcos and Debi Mazar show you how to add healthy flavor to your meals and prepare fresh fish. Plus, watch Dr. Oz catch a flying fish at Seattle’s Pike Place Market!
Gabriele Corcos explains how to avoid overcooking fish and Debi Mazar dishes on why she loves Napa Valley wine country. Then, Dr. Oz reveals what’s in red wine that makes it healthy.
Do you sit all day? Fitness trainer Donovan Green demonstrates how to squeeze in a workout and burn calories. Follow along and try the seated squat lunge, seated sit-up, and seated elbow jab.
Actress Debi Mazar and her chef husband Gabriele Corcos reveal why they don't binge-watch together, their favorite drink, and more!
Cutting carbs is key to losing weight, but are you cutting the right ones? Chris Powell is here with a simple plan that doesn’t...