Gastropod

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While not on heavy rotation in my podcatcher, GastroPod is probably the best executed of the podcasts that follow in the footsteps of StuffYouShouldKnow. Hosts Graber and Twilley have a nice chemistry and dig up fun facts about everyone's favorite topic, food. Some episodes tend to feel more like a set of facts than a story about the subject which can get a bit boring (like a dull science lecture instead of a fun experiment. When everything is going right (see the recent "Pizza Pizza!) this is a fabulous entree into the weird world of food and the people who make their living in it.
Food for your brain on food. Does that make sense? Some people might think it's slow or cheesy, but the real conversations and intriguing stories thrill if you're interested at all in the the food that goes in your body. It's well produced, with quality recordings. Ads drag on sometimes.
Very fun and interesting! If you like food, history, and science, wow is this podcast for you. Very well researched and produced, different episodes will approach some kind of food or food-topic. Episodes are fun and have some humor sprinkled in, along with interviews with people who really know their science, history, and food!
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Podcast Details

Started
Sep 6th, 2014
Latest Episode
Feb 25th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
127
Avg. Episode Length
42 minutes
Explicit
No

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