I enjoyed it (but….)
I loved the stories, tears, joy, and laughter, but I didn’t like the formulaic questions. By themselves, they unveiled a beautiful story, rich with emotion. And I wanted to hear more of that emotion! The nostalgia! The tears! But the pacing of the podcast made it feel like those emotions were cut short. It felt like Adam was rushing things (or maybe it was the way it was edited…uncut version somewhere?). In short, I like it, but I think the need to ask every question infringed upon the beauty of chef’s answers. I wanna hear more of that emotion! 2 hour episodes or something!
eggprotienisgood via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/04/22
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