NoSugarCoat is a show that looks at understanding the entrepreneurial struggle. Hosted by pastry chef and owner of Le15 Patisserie, Pooja Dhingra, she talks to her contemporaries, fellow entrepreneurs, friends, and mentors to understand their journey, find parallels, learnings, failures, self-doubt and the realisation of one’s dreams through passion and perseverance. And of course, we make sure the sugar stays in the kitchen and out of the conversation!
Now, Pooja’s expanding her understanding of the entrepreneurial struggle from just the hospitality industry to those from any industry. She hopes to dive into the journey of her contemporaries to find parallels, learnings, failures, self-doubt and the realisation of one’s dreams through passion and perseverance.
In this special episode of NoSugarCoat, the tables have been turned! Pooja is now in the hot seat, being interviewed by her friend – podcast host and founder of production company Maed in India, Mae Thomas. Mae gives Pooja a taste of her own, sugary...
In the season finale of NoSugarCoat, Pooja is in conversation with one of her closest friends and a woman who wears many hats. While coming from a family with a Bollywood legacy, she has always paved her own path; whether it’s through film...
Aditi Handa and Sneh Jain
On this episode of NoSugarCoat, Pooja talks to India’s power couple of bread. Aditi Handa and Sneh Jain not only found a way to make sourdough a hit in India, but also figured out how to make the whole operation their bread and butter. Their artisan...
Today on NoSugarCoat, Pooja talks to the man that brought greek yogurt to India. It’s Rohan Mirchandani on this episode, as they chat about his move to India from the US to create brands like Epigamia and Hokey Pokey, the challenges of cold chain...
Rajni Bector and Sana Bector Parwanda
On today’s episode of NoSugarCoat, Pooja speaks to the Mrs. Bector, who was recently awarded a Padma Shri. A veteran in the F&B business, Mrs. Rajni Bector paved the way for India women in business, especially in the food industry. Here they are...
On this episode of NoSugarCoat, I'm talking to Varun Duggirala. From a small town in coastal Andhra Pradesh to the glitzy world of Bollywood, he is now the Co-founder and Content Chief of the country's leading creative agency – Glitch. In an...
Pooja is a very good host!She asks correct questions to get the person talking.However the conversations recorded from the people on the phone are not very clear.
Very Average, just like Macarons
Heard the LBB founder episode. Absolutely mediocre. Most questions and answers sounded rehearsed. No ‘insight’, mostly gyan to kindof tell the listeners look how ‘difficult’ it is to run startups. The host already knows what questions to ask, so regardless of what the guest is saying, she lacks the ability to go deeper and carve a solid insight.
Loved listening to all the episodes, the length is just right and the host clearly is very clued in to the world of cooking makes it super fun :) can’t wait for another season! would be nice though if something from smaller cities could also be included?