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Dr. Oz investigates your go-to kitchen tool – the microwave – and demonstrates how your microwave can become a hot mess. Are you cleaning your microwave enough? Find out the germ score of an audience member’s filthy microwave.
‘America’s Test Kitchen’ chef Julia Collin Davison shares why a microwave makes for a perfect habitat for bacteria to grow, and reveals the simple solution she uses to clean her microwave. Plus, Davison weighs in on common microwave myths.
Chef Julia Collin Davison explains why microwaving your foods actually preserves the nutrient value, and shares a microwave hack for steaming your vegetables. Plus, she reveals a new rule for boosting the nutrients of your tea.
Investigative correspondent Mara Schiavocampo shares shocking statistics about the shrimp industry, and she points out the concerns of imported farmed shrimp. Plus, author Paul Greenberg weighs in on the potential danger in our seafood.
Paul Greenberg exposes a huge problem in all of our seafood – plastics – and demonstrates one way plastic can enter our seafood. Plus, food investigator Mark Schatzker tells us how to choose the best shrimp.
Presented by Silver Palate. Did you know tomato sauce is a better source of lycopene than fresh tomatoes? Dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick explains how, and reveals pasta sauce pitfalls. Learn how to pick a healthy sauce without sacrificing taste.
Presented by Silver Palate. Dr. Oz asks a few Italian moms and grandmas to cook with store-bought pasta sauce, rather than their homemade sauce. Find out their honest feedback, and what recipes they made with the store-bought sauce.
Presented by Silver Palate. Registered dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick gives her stamp of approval on the Italian homecook’s recipes, and father-and-son – president Peter Harris and founder Bob Harris – tells us why they created the pasta sauce.
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