One of my favorites
Julia Turshen has such a way of facilitating meaningful conversations, it’s always a joy to listen to what she and her guests have to say. I listen to this on my commute in the morning and I feel like it puts me in a peaceful state of mind before an often chaotic workday. I also appreciate how she interviews people who often don’t get a voice in food media, whether that’s queer people, people or color, or people with disabilities. Like the title of this review stats, it’s one of my favorite podcasts, if not my favorite and I often try to get other people to listen to it.
Vicvic1108 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/10/19
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Excellent podcast with really interesting guests. When we talk about food, it’s about so much more than what’s on the plate and I think this podcast really emphasizes that. Episode with Yasmin Khan was especially great.
nurslex via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/15/19
Depending on the guest the episodes vary in effectiveness and interest. Turshen is not a natural conversationalist so she can be somewhat timid. She peps up when there is a subject that obviously interests her and I sense it’s for her own benefit. She tends to kind of dial it in. A chatty and...Read full review »
ksammykbean via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/09/19
I love listening to this podcast:) It’s equal parts inspiring and motivating. Also Thanks Julia for making a cook book that is accessible and fill with so much love.
EmzKla via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/18/21
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