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Louisa and Noah present an entertaining show. The highlight of each episode is when they read some of the ridiculous comments people have posted to online recipes. In addition to that, I've gained insights into how others cook and feel about food. Noah is a linguist and often explores the connections of food words in different languages. Overall, this is not an easy podcast to summarize. It goes in many directions, but it all revolves around food and is always a fun time.
Nothing inspires more controversy and discourse than food, and the Internet is full of food depravity. I can’t tell you how many times I have wanted to argue back about some recipe comments. Funny, engaging, and worth even relistening to while you wait for the next episode
The hosts are funny and engaging, and the recipe comments picked are just absurd
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No Substitutions, Please launched a year ago and published 69 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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