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Published on Nov 21, 2013

Thanksgiving is a holiday packed with cherished family traditions. But there's always room to experiment, right? Our latest video features five tips for a better Thanksgiving through chemistry. Check out the video to see the secret of turkey brining explained, the best way to make seitan — a.k.a. mock duck or "wheat meat" — or to find out whether cranberries are packed with more antioxidants in their raw form or as a canned sauce.

Video by Sean Parsons and Elaine Seward
Written by Christine Suh
Co-Directed and narrated by Adam Dylewski
Scientific consultant: Diane Bunce
Featuring Keri Moss
Harold McGee sound bite courtesy of ACS Webinars: http://acswebinars.org/mcgee
Produced by the American Chemical Society

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