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Evan has done such a beautiful job of inclusion I adore this podcast normally, but in today’s episode the term TERF was used so I looked it up. This term only speaks about cisgender women not being inclusive and nothing about cisgendered men not being inclusive. In fact I could not find a term for the issue. If we want to create peace wouldn’t it be good to exclude such content that creates more hate a gender that has had to fight against the patriarchy since the beginning of time. Further more ... more
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As a Haitian, very disturbed to hear the Haitian expert being brought on to educate the audience about Haitian cuisine mention cilantro as something Haitians use in their cooking and in soup joumou. Haitians do NOT use cilantro any more than French bistros use scotch bonnet peppers. You can do better. This is generally a good podcast with good information. Soup joumou does not include cilantro. Parsley yes, cilantro no no no.
Been listening to the pod for several years now, ever since seeing Evan on the chef show! Loved the most recent episode about tech and food!
This podcast makes me happy every time and spreads so much love about food! Thank you.
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Good Food launched 18 years ago and published 288 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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