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From farm to table, Dr. Oz and a team of experts investigate your biggest chicken concerns to give you the truth about your beloved white meat. Rob McDaniel, a poultry farmer at Primal Pastures, breaks down quality issues in the chicken industry.
James Peisker, a butcher at Porter Road, explains the “woody breast” syndrome that affects up to 10 percent of chicken that you buy at the grocery store. He walks us through the steps to take when buying chicken. Learn the best options.
Dr. Oz brings up his own chicken question, and demonstrates why washing raw chicken could do more harm than good. Chef Roblé Ali weighs in on the debate, and agrees with Dr. Oz that there’s no need to wash raw chicken before cooking it.
Is fresh chicken from the butcher better than grocery store chicken? James Peisker explains why buying your chicken from a farmer or a butcher will get you a higher quality product, and chef Roblé shows us two of the best ways to defrost chicken.
Chef Roblé shares a simple recipe for crispy, juicy chicken that doesn’t require butter or frying, and tells us his advice for optimal cooking. Learn when to pull your chicken out of the oven and how to make it even crispier without drying it out.
Dr. Oz investigates how much protein is too much protein, and breaks down the food logs of two avid high-protein dieters – Sha and Jamie. Nutritionist Dr. Kellyann Petrucci reveals the brand new protein facts, and walks us through the findings.
Dr. Kellyann Petrucci explains why it’s important to look at the source of your protein, and uncovers what low-quality proteins to be aware of. Then, Dr. Petrucci breaks down the protein prescription that will get you everything you need.
Dr. Oz investigates the latest hummus to hit the shelves – dessert hummus – and conducts a taste test to see how people feel about this sweet and savory combo. Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov shares his opinion on the trendy, new dip.
Two of Dr. Oz’s Bite Club members share their healthy twists on dessert hummus, and Dr. Oz gives the hummus-infused frosting and ice cream his stamp of approval.