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Dr. Oz investigates the store-bought cans and tubs of your favorite fluffy toppings. Plus – with all the new non-dairy options – which type should be on your holiday table? Foodgod and chef Richard Blais deconstruct what’s in a can of whipped cream.
Chef Richard Blais explains why whipped cream in a can has so many ingredients, and he points out that you can make homemade whipped cream with less than three. Plus, Foodgod gives his review on non-dairy whipped cream.
Chef Richard Blais reveals that most store-bought whipped toppings in a tub contain less than 2 percent of dairy, and shares why added ingredients aid in the texture and shelf-life. See the results of Foodgod’s coffee and fluffy topping experiment.
“America’s Test Kitchen” chef Julia Collin Davison gives us the lowdown on how to make the perfect homemade pie crust, and she reveals the key to a flaky crust. Plus, what to consider before buying a frozen pie shell or pie sheet.
Chef Julia Collin Davison points out that graham cracker pie crust is one of the easiest crusts to make at home, but she shares what to look for when buying a frozen version. Find out which of the store-bought pie crusts three grandma’s prefer.
Why do we pair cranberries with turkey? How did cranberry in a can come into existence? Chef Danny Boome takes us through the history of cranberry sauce, and explains why we have the Thanksgiving favorite today.
Did you know over 200 cranberries go into one can of cranberry sauce? Chef Danny Boome explains how jellied cranberry sauce is made. Learn how to make chef Boome’s low-sugar and super fresh cranberry salsa-inspired sauce.
Does cooking for Thanksgiving stress you out? The hosts of ‘The Dish’ – Daphne Oz and Jamika Pessoa – share a plan of attack for your holiday side dishes. First, Daphne shows us how to make her healthy and savory mushroom kale stuffing.
Jamika Pessoa dishes the details on her stovetop solution for perfectly caramelized brussel sprouts, and she shares the special ingredients she adds to make her dish unique. Plus, Dr. Oz and Daphne reveal an Oz family holiday salad recipe.
Just in time for the holidays, Dr. Oz examines store-bought cans and tubs of your favorite dessert topping. What’s in them and how do the new whipped non-dairy options compare? Plus, 'The Dish' crew shows you the hacks to foolproof your Thanksgiving.
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