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Dr. Oz shares videos of cooking spray explosions caught on tape – leaving some with third-degree burns, disfigurement, and even blindness. Food investigator’s Ali Rosen and chef Danny Boome weigh in on the cooking spray concern.
Dr. Oz takes a deeper look into cooking spray safety, and chef Danny Boome breaks down the ingredients in cooking spray products. Then, chef Boome shows us the most simple and safe way to use cooking spray.
Chef Danny Boome points out that the FDA labeling laws allow for less than five calories or 0.5 grams of fat per serving to be labeled as zero calorie – which is only equivalent to a third of a second of spraying.
Dr. Oz investigates the cooking confusion causing dish disasters across all of America. Cooking sprays, butters and oils: which should you use for what? Then, chef Jordan Andino gives his answers, and shares what to use when it comes to cooking eggs.
Chef Jordan Andino demonstrates how to make flavorful vegetables – without burning them – and demonstrates the best way to evenly coat your baking pans. Learn the formula for what to use when to perfect your cooking.
Dr. Oz investigates your favorite sauces for the Super Bowl – barbecue sauce, ketchup, and hot sauce. Ali Rosen and former football player Eddie Jackson break down what to know and watch out for when buying barbecue sauce.
Go-to tester Rhenotha and two of Dr. Oz’s Bite Club members taste-test all the sauces, and chef Eddie Jackson shows us how to make Alabama white sauce. Plus, Dr. Oz explains the scientific reasoning behind why so many of us love ketchup.
Did you know America consumes 10 billion ounces of ketchup each year? Ali Rosen uncovers healthier versions of ketchup that have recently hit the market. Then, chef Eddie Jackson walks us through different types of hot sauce.
They may be fast and convenient, but are you making dangerous mistakes when using cooking sprays? We show you how to use them safely so they don’t explode. Plus, "Today Show's" Carson Daly takes on Dr. Oz’s challenge to do intermittent fasting.
We investigate the deadly virus that’s killed at least 17 and sickened hundreds of others in China.