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Food Through the Lens of Science and History
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4.8 stars from 2,559 ratings
Food with a side order of science
Love the podcast and continue to learn with every episode. I’ve been listening for about three years and binged the seasons I missed. Thanks for keeping me company as I make my chocolate late into the night. If you want a witty, intelligent discussion on food with a side of science this is your...Read full review »
Ggtiv via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/10/19
Always look forward to Gastropod!
I love this podcast. I have been listening to it for years (since it started), and I look forward to new episodes and have never been disappointed. I listen to a lot of podcasts, and a lot of food podcasts, and I appreciate how Cynthia and Nicola treat each new subject with gusto and...Read full review »
languidjen via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/04/19
Info great; voices not do great.
The podcast content is fascinating but it is hard to listen to as the speakers talk very fast sometimes jamming their words together and the women's voice is unfortunately grating to listen to for me.
imrmir via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/27/19
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