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This is the seventy-third episode of The Empty Bowl, in which our milk turns green, pink, and...bean flavored?
This is the seventy-second episode of The Empty Bowl, in which Superman misses an opportunity, Cheerios misses the point, and we ponder a world where there's only one cereal company.
This is the seventy-first episode of The Empty Bowl, in which Malt-O-Meal gets creative, H-E-B gets chocolatey, and Pop-Tarts get...less dry? Or at least, we think they do?
I have a lot of trouble relaxing and, related, falling asleep, but even when I'm really really anxious these two never fail to help me relax
My go to podcast at night time when I need to take my new parent brain away from the gazillion fears about the future in this burning trash can that is our current reality. I don’t eat a lot of cereal but this pod makes me want a bowl every time I listen. It’s relaxing, peaceful, slightly whimsical, and a treat for the ears, great with or without milk
I wanna start this off by saying I am not a cereal person. However that doesn’t detract at all from my enjoyment of this podcast, it is very relaxing to listen to while trying to decompress or sleep but I also enjoy listening to it fully awake. I have learned so much about cereal and even tho I personally am not a fan it’s fun to hear Justin and Dan’s enthusiasm about the topic. If you are looking for a meditative/relaxing podcast I would highly recommend it. Plus no super loud ads that jolt you... more
When I tapped on this podcast I was sure that they couldn’t just be talking about cereal constantly. How could someone have so much to say about my bedtime snack! In the first episode I was sure that they were going to break away from their calm tones and start arguing about cereal flavors. But this podcast is perfect for calming, ready to get to sleep listening. Good for someone who needs something calm or for someone who loves cereal. I almost feel bad that I only ever have plain cheerios and ... more
The calming version of sawbones.
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The Empty Bowl launched 4 years ago and published 73 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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