24 episodes

Two Asian-American girls navigating their way through post-grad life in the Bay Area, with a little help from our friends. Tune in during your lousy commute to laugh and chat with your hosts Crystal and Jeesoo as we ramble about tech, culture, family, and everything in between. If you can relate, feel free to visit us at eatyourcrust.com or reach out to us @eatyourcrustpod on insta, twitter, facebook, or email us at eatyourcrustpod@gmail.com!

Eat Your Crust Crystal Jiao, Jeesoo Kim

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 43 Ratings

Two Asian-American girls navigating their way through post-grad life in the Bay Area, with a little help from our friends. Tune in during your lousy commute to laugh and chat with your hosts Crystal and Jeesoo as we ramble about tech, culture, family, and everything in between. If you can relate, feel free to visit us at eatyourcrust.com or reach out to us @eatyourcrustpod on insta, twitter, facebook, or email us at eatyourcrustpod@gmail.com!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

somerandomguy887 ,

0/5 bread discussion, 10/5 everything else

When I first heard about this podcast and saw its logo, I was excited to fill the loaf-shaped hole in my heart with some much needed bread discussion. Instead of discourse on the rye vs whole wheat debate, I found some great discussions on a lot of issues that affect new grads. While the podcast content was initially disappointing, I found that the hosts have good chemistry and do a great job of making the podcast feel like a natural conversation. Ever since the release of this podcast, my commute has been a little less trash. Keep it up!

SugmaSugandySug$$$ ,

Its the feeling you get when you see Russell Westbrook brick a 3

The feeling of relatability watching an NBA star missing all his 3s is the feeling conveyed in this podcast. Every topic is applicable to everyday life and provides a fresh perspective to common day issues. Its really the Peach New Amsterdam of podcasts; quality conversation that hits the spot every time. Like the crust in bread, it adds insight onto the areas of life usually skipped. It juxtaposes humor with seriousness in order to create a tone of lightness throughout that reminds me of Chance the Rapper musical works. All in all, its p lit and will keep listening.

latidatada ,

highly recommend to my fellow asian americans

a friend recommended me this podcast during my longer work commutes - dont usually leave reviews but I find myself laughing along and feeling pretty engaged to their convos so I think this deserves a 5 stars. You can tell jeesoo and crystal have really good chemistry!

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