How do dairy farmers get exactly the right amount of fat in every pint of milk? What's more fattening: sandwiches, wraps or bagels? He also learns where the term 'proof' originally came from: the answer is explosive, and nearly blows him away! And where do multivitamins come from? The team ask: Why are cashew nuts never on the supermarket shelf in their shells? Matt discovers that lard can be healthier than butter. Episodes. First shown: Tue 7 Jan 2020 | 47 mins. Can curry help you lose weight? And should we never eat mussels when there's an 'r' in the month? He has also appeared on ITV’s Save Money: Good Food, Market Kitchen and The Great British Menu. Food Unwrapped travels the world to explore the industry secrets behind our favourite food. The team reveal the secrets of China's food, exploring ancient farming techniques, modern commercial production on an epic scale, and everything from noodles to fortune cookies, soy sauce and garlic. Favourite investigations. Why is there jelly in our pork pies and how does it get there? Are traditional rolled oats better for us than quick-cook porridge? Plus: pork scratchings. Which fish are fully sustainable? And why do we prefer tea in a mug to a disposable cup? Can absinthe lead to hallucinations and madness? When did oysters go from Victorian bar snack to luxury food? How can you keep your turkey breast juicy? Why can't you eat kidney beans raw? Kate checks out a decadent dish from Christmas past: the multi-bird roast. Plus: muesli. Kate uncovers the secrets of saffron, and Matt finds out why you can't eat kidney beans raw. Jimmy Doherty finds out how corks are made for wine bottles. Plus: oysters. The team investigate why some supermarket food prices have soared in 2017, and reveal how technology can help save money, from dynamic pricing to robot fruit pickers and cutting-edge packaging. And why is English mustard hot while the Dijon variety is relatively cool? Why are Bloody Marys so popular on planes and why does airline food taste so different at ground level? Kate investigates trendy drink kombucha and meets people who are turning it into clothes! And why do anchovies taste salty? Home. Jimmy Doherty asks how much orange is in orange squash. Jimmy wants to know why so much of the bacon in supermarkets comes from Denmark. Watch highlights on Food Network. Matt lifts the lid on skimmed milk. Jimmy witnesses remarkable cockle gathering methods. Jimmy learns about avocado-rustling and discovers the secrets of guacamole. Join host Marc Summers as he explores treats for the most romantic day of the year. Plus, investigating the illegal trafficking of eels, and ginger beer. Plus: the trouble with draught Prosecco. Kate Quilton looks into Britain's plastic crisis while Jimmy Doherty and Matt Tebbutt visit South Africa on a piquanté pepper hunt. People also watched. A huge range of diet products and plans are available, from fasting to detoxing and cutting out certain foods. Could a threat to British juniper berries spell the end of the gin resurgence? How are crisp flavours made? View production, box office, & company info. Is MSG as unhealthy as some headlines claim? Unwrapped. And which foods and drinks are particularly helpful during endurance training? How much sugar is in cherry tomatoes, and are supermarkets labelling them correctly? Snackmasters. Kate investigates the worrying rise in peanut allergies. And how do prebiotics work? Dr Helen Lawal investigates the rise in teenagers having fried chicken for lunch. Can alcohol-free beer taste of beer? Is there a lethal poison lurking in apple cores? Plus: why can't you eat supermarket burgers pink? Some favourite superfood stories sorting fact from fiction - from prunes, microgreens and horchata, to caffeine and weight loss. Food Unwrapped. Kate wants to know how supermarkets can sell wagyu beef, cheaply. How do they make wafer-thin after-dinner mints? And, when it comes to pasta, is fresh best? Can you make risotto from long grain rice? Jimmy, Kate, Matt and Dr Helen share surprising food and drink health tips. A celebration of the foods we turn to when we crave comfort, from pizza to pork pies, and from custard to Cornish pasties. Jimmy visits Iceland to find out. The team present some favourite investigations. Matt discovers what gives clotted cream its yellow colour, Jimmy learns where the flavour comes from in his Earl Grey tea, and Kate finds out if we can now eat oysters all year round, Jimmy Doherty investigates whether protein supplements really build a buff body; Matt finds out which foods generate the most wind; and Kate Quilton lifts the lid on peanut butter. Kate wants to know what colour of limes are the juiciest. And where do the bubbles in beer come from? I would strongly suggest that using this type of processed fruit be kept to a total minimum or IMO ...NOT AT ALL there are plenty of other options for baking and decorating fruit cakes....If you only know the complete truth about the process, you would understand my perspective. Jimmy learns about the battle against the hidden nuisance that leads to corked wine. The answer lies not in our soil, but in an aircraft hangar. Why is halloumi cheese a subject of great debate? A celebration of the mighty store cupboard, from peanut butter's amazing shelf life, to the mysteries of Marmite, and some extraordinary anchovy fishing off the coast of Italy. Jimmy learns the truth about crash diets. More4. And Matt visits a Scottish distillery. What's the difference between white and dark rum? Kate learns the consequences of tipping cooking oil down the drain. And why does tonic water glow in UV light? Kate and Matt investigate the wax on our lemons in Spain and Thailand, and Matt gets the real story behind formed ham here in the UK. Plus: chilli, and cheese. What part of a pig makes sweets chewy? Can hot chillies injure you? Does what our meat eats make a difference? Next on TV. What gives sourdough bread its twang? Food Secrets. And Matt looks at mass-produced boiled eggs. Jimmy finds out what whitebait actually is and why it's not available in most supermarkets. Jellied eel sales are booming, but where do the eels come from? How can you get buff for the beach? Watch Food Unwrapped S03E05 - Watchtvsen on Dailymotion. Jimmy, Kate and Matt present some of their favourite investigations. Jimmy joins the fight to protect bell peppers. And can we be sure that all the saffron on our shop shelves is the real thing? Jimmy Doherty and the team uncover the truth about diet foods. Jimmy investigates a potentially devastating by-product of Greek yoghurt production, Matt Tebbutt finds out how dangerous kidney beans can be if they're eaten raw or insufficiently cooked. Does expensive salt taste different to cheap salt? Food Unwrapped Category: Education/Science/Factual Episode 1 of 5 | Season 8 More4. As well as hosting Food Unwrapped, 35-year-old Kate presents Channel 4’s Superfoods: The Real Story. I’ll be sharing the link to watch it back afterwards if you miss it. How do the bubbles get into chocolate bars? Some favourite investigations as Jimmy Doherty looks at how our national dish could become squid and chips, Kate Quilton reports on kangaroo meat, and Matt Tebbutt looks at pesto, The team investigate how supermarkets get the iced writing so perfect on birthday cakes, the popularity of the soy bean, and the growing trend for hemp-based food products. A new very pointless, unfunny YouTube video venture where I "unbox" everybody's favorite thing, food! Venture inside the Disney Bakery, where they cook up more than 2,000 cookies for Disneyland guests every day. Matt investigates. Matt runs across a custard pond. Mon 21 Dec 3:10am-3:40am (30 minutes) Starts in 23 hour(s) 21 minutes. Kate Quilton asks why Spanish melons are so juicy, and Matt Edwards finds out how rock is made. Should we be stuffing the turkey with chocolate, nuts and mushrooms? How can supermarkets sell lobster for a fiver? Use the HTML below. How are the calories counted in diet bread? 1 Series, 6 Episodes. Or just get a good night's sleep? And why can't you put papaya in jelly? What exactly is scampi? New presenter Kiran Jethwa joins the team as they investigate all things sweet. Food Unwrapped Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbutt travel the world to lift the lid on what's really in the food we eat. Matt learns about scallop procreation. And is it true that your DNA determines whether you love or hate Marmite? What makes it the most expensive spice in the world? And could squid and chips replace fish and chips as our national dish? What exactly is processed meat, and is a fresh British banger healthier than a frankfurter? How do those chunks in American ice cream stay crispy? Jimmy, Kate and Matt present some favourite investigations. Take a look at the film and television career of Alexander Skarsgård. Plus: should we be raising children as vegan? Is there a wasp in your fig? Jamie: Keep Cooking at Christmas. The team explore food myths from a neutral point of view, culminating in a summary based on scientific research. Plus, the inside scoop on fish fingers and ice cream. And what gives sour beer its tang? What's the difference between white and dark rum? Are baby carrots really babies? Plus: is pricey aged steak worth the wait? Jimmy Doherty explores how blood is becoming trendy in gastronomy, including blood meringues. This FAQ is empty. Why is rose oil considered liquid gold in Bulgaria? Discover the magic of Disney cuisine today on Unwrapped. The team explore food myths from a neutral point of view, culminating in a summary based on scientific research. Jimmy, Kate and Matt uncover remarkable secrets about the nation's favourite springtime produce. Can you still have treats when you're on a diet? And rice cakes are made from brown rice. Why is almond butter more expensive than other nutty spreads? Jimmy finds out how shredded wheat's made. How do you stop carp tasting of mud? Join host Marc Summers as he explores the test kitchens and the secrets behind lunch box treats, soda pop, movie candy, and more. Matt Tebbutt visits China, the world's biggest oyster producer. And since the sugar tax came in, manufacturers have been adding less sugar to some products. Health hacks, including a look at ginger, spinach and your 'five-a-day' fruit and veg. Jimmy meets a man whose taste buds are insured for a million pounds, in of one of the UK's biggest tea producers. Why aren't pork scratchings made from British pigs? Jimmy gives supermarket fish a sniff to discover how fresh the stock really is. Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbut uncover the secrets behind our festive food. Is coconut oil really healthier than other oils? What exactly is whitebait? Kate finds out why eucalyptus is so good at clearing our airwaves. And Matt heads to Switzerland to ask why there are holes in Swiss cheese. Are konjac noodles a dieter's dream? A celebration of all things sweet and wonderful, from Parisian macarons and salted caramel, to the secrets of fizzy sweets and the reason some honey is runny and some isn't. Jimmy traces the roots of baked beans. Matt investigates salted caramel. And should we buy supermarkets' standard products or value ones? Join host Marc Summers as he explores the test kitchens and the secrets behind America's favorite snacks on Unwrapped. (2012– ). Food Unwrapped. Favourite brekkie-based investigations. And how can New Zealand lamb be sold as 'fresh' here? Bergamot provides flavour in Jimmy's Earl Grey tea, but what exactly is it? Could squid and chips replace fish and chips as our national dish? Kate finds out how to get children to eat their greens. And Briony May Williams discovers the surprising secret to how mushy peas get mushed. What puts the chew into chewing gum? Matt gets the inside story on oven bags. Why's clotted cream yellow? Why do we have to pay for pistachios that we can't crack open and eat? Skyr: it looks like yoghurt and it's creamy like yoghurt, but it's fat-free. Why is that liquid in packets of mozzarella? Kate checks out Cornish pasties and explores swede and turnip confusion. In Italy, Jimmy investigates why Parmesan costs so much. Matt visits an extraordinary underwater basil farm as he investigates pesto. And Matt Tebbutt learns about the amazing ingredient in every bottle of gin. Favourite investigations. Why shouldn't we eat raw bean sprouts? Jimmy finds out why pine nuts are so expensive. Was this review helpful to you? Kate, Jimmy and Matt revisit some of their favourite investigations. Plus: the new high-tech method for keeping fresh herbs alive for longer. Can eating too many poppy seeds make you fail a drugs test? Why do onions make you cry? Kate travels to the Amazon rainforest to discover what gives Red Leicester cheese its colour. Food Secrets. Matt makes a surprising discovery about haggis. What makes pink champagne pink? Matt visits an amazing mobile leek factory. How can something so small taste so beefy? A celebratory look back at some favourite snack-centred stories, from funny-shaped crisps to pork scratchings, rice cakes and nuts, and the perils of double-dipping tortilla chips, A celebration of the world of takeaways and fast food, from the pizzas at Papa John's, to the health risks of rare burgers, the fries at KFC, and the secret of instant noodles. With Kate Quilton, Matt Tebbutt, Jimmy Doherty, Helen Lawal. Plus: chocolate that could be good for you; and the secret ingredient in redbush tea that could help us burn fat. Kate Quilton challenges Matt Tebbutt to make crumpets. Why is farmed salmon pink? How do green soy beans become creamy white tofu? Kate asks why Iberico ham is so expensive. Sat 19 Dec 3:10am-3:40am (30 minutes) Starts in 24 minutes. Plus: the secrets behind the annual race to get seasonal asparagus into supermarkets. Do greens give you a golden glow? Today on Unwrapped, we fill up on some sensational stuffed foods. Plus: sushi. Jimmy checks out craft beer; could it really make a good sports recovery drink? Chocolate FondueTukTuk Zurich. Jimmy investigates dates. Why does marmalade taste bitter when it's made of sugar and oranges? Helen investigates the health risks of a bacon butty. And why does sliced ham sometimes have a weird rainbow pattern on it? Matt Tebbutt runs across a pond of custard. Food Unwrapped travels the world to explore the industry secrets behind our favourite food In America, Kate discovers that wine's getting stronger. And Matt reveals how glacé cherries are made. Can coffee help you sober up? Why is there calcium in bread? Kate checks out veg and fruit-based alternatives to carbs and meat. Why are there closed pistachio nuts in our packs? Why are some vanilla ice creams more expensive than others? How do energy drinks give you a boost? Food Unwrapped Category: Education/Science/Factual. Matt finds out what makes chocolate white. Kate visits a remote potato paradise in Chile as she investigates coloured crisps. Kate wants to know where liquorice comes from. Kate joins the world's biggest food fight at a Spanish tomato festival. How do you milk a camel? Jimmy joins the battle between the bell pepper and the Mediterranean fruit fly. Season 20, Episode 4 Honey. What gives some whisky its smoky flavour? Have Dutch scientists created a meat substitute that tastes of meat? One in five of us lack vitamin D; can mushrooms help? Kate reveals the secrets of saffron fraud. Episodes. Is there silver in cake decorations? How can there be so many tomatoes in a tomato ketchup bottle? Matt meets Cleo Rocos to find out. Jimmy Doherty asks what offers better value: growing your own fruit and veg or buying from the supermarket? Kate Quilton uncovers the secrets of saffron in Morocco. Kate finds out how cheap red wine is made, Jimmy investigates gluten, and Matt wants to know which part of the pig makes chewy sweets chewy. Jimmy discovers why caviar is so expensive. TV tonight: will you be watching The Apprentice live final? How much is known about the ducks we consume? Jimmy Doherty asks: what exactly is in a Doner kebab? Why is maple syrup so expensive? And can Matt turn the public on to goat meat? Kate explores the surprising secrets of the vegan cheese melt, in this special vegan episode. What's that white powdery stuff that sometimes forms on chocolate? In this special episode Jimmy Doherty, Matt Tebbutt and Kate Quilton test some of the food techniques they've discovered during the series, to answer viewers' questions. Why doesn't halloumi melt? Watch Queue Queue Plus the secret ingredient in the Israeli desert that keeps icing sugar so light and powdery. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on demand, on catch up and download. Kate discovers why some varieties of caviar are so much cheaper than others. Can eating more fat make us thin? Miptv: BBC's 'Great British Bake Off' Format Sells to Kenya, Jimmy Doherty poised to sign new deal with Channel 4. Food Unwrapped: S08 Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbut present the food and science series that travels the world to lift the lid on what's really i... youtube.com Food Unwrapped S0 … Meanwhile, Kate learns the secrets of pepper, and Jimmy finds out about different types of yeast. Are crisp flavours real, or artificially created in a lab? Kate discovers a potentially life-saving property of shrimp shells. Plus: Matt investigates concerns about naturally-occurring arsenic in baby rice products. Is the fish we're buying really what we think it is? What gives fizzy sweets their fizz, and can you harness their explosive power in a rocket? Channel 4 Mon 04 Jan, 8pm Food Unwrapped's Healthy New Year. Kate meets mozzarella makers in Italy. And why do chicks have their beaks trimmed? Is a parasite hiding in your sushi? Is there anything in yuletide spices that gives you Christmas cheer? Do your own research & choose wisely. The food enthusiasts discover how much cream is in ice cream, and find out how to smoke cheese, sausages and crisps with liquid smoke, Kate travels from Essex to Holland to try and find out how sandwich manufacturers stop our packet tomato sarnies from going soggy, Kate Quilton heads to Spain to find out how pure squeezed, not-from-concentrate orange juice is really made, and how fresh it is, The team head to Thailand to find out what seafood goes into seafood sticks, and discover how some British wine is really made... in Spain, The fourth episode of Food Unwrapped explores the difference between green and black olives, and why not everything that goes into beer processing is listed in the ingredients, Kate investigates how prawns are intensively farmed and Matt discovers why there are often so few wild mushrooms in our wild mushroom soups. Find out when Food Unwrapped's Festive Feast is on TV. Some favourite Food Unwrapped investigations. | Food Unwrapped Matt checks out buffalo mozzarella in Italy. What in nature provides the natural bright blue dye in our sweets? Matt investigates the difference between bubble gum and chewing gum, and discovers an unusual use for used gum. And how much truffle is in truffle oil? Does a happy chicken lay a tastier egg? Episodes. Is cheese always off-limits if you want to lose weight? Jimmy Doherty finds out why Iceland supplies most of our cod. How much orange is in orange squash? Jimmy Doherty finds out. Kate visits France to find out if a glass of red wine a day keeps the doctor away. More4. Unwrapped. The glacé cherry production process takes Matt's breath away, but not in a good way! Matt undertakes his strangest science experiment yet: running across a pond of custard, which bizarrely helps solve the age-old mystery of how to get ketchup out of the bottle smoothly! Kate investigates how asparagus can be grown all year round in one of the driest places on earth - the Ica Valley, Peru. And why's mascarpone more expensive that other soft cheeses? Are crisp flavours made of real cheese and onion or cooked up in a lab? And why do mints make your mouth cold? Jimmy examines how plastic packaging is polluting the food chain with potentially global implications. How safe is bacon? And okra. This video is unavailable. Plus: can changing the shape of food help our children eat their vegetables? Join host, Marc Summers for this healthy episode of Au Natural. Plus: elderflower cordial. And why is soft shell crab such a delicacy? Can M&S really trace all their beef burgers back to the cow? Tune in to Channel 4 at 8.30pm on Monday 26th October to watch this Food Unwrapped special and discover the shocking truth about eating out with allergies. Plus: the surprising difference between runny and set honey. How wild is wild boar? 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