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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF GEORGEATS
74.2% of georgeats's followers are female and 25.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.30%. The average number of likes per post is 3652 and the average number of comments is 140.
19.83% of the followers that engaged with georgeats regularly are from Australia, followed by United States at 14.66% and Italy at 4.31%. In summary, the top 5 countries of georgeats's posts engager are coming from Australia, United States, Italy, Canada, Thailand.
Georgeats loves posting about Food, Recipes, Vegan, Cooking, Food & Drink.
Check georgeats's audience demography. This analytics report shows georgeats's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR GEORGEATS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF GEORGEATS
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 86.45 %
- Fitness & Yoga 72.32 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 58.24 %
- Art & Design 58.17 %
- Travel & Tourism 45.03 %
- Entertainment 39.97 %
- Home & Garden 39.30 %
- Beauty & Fashion 39.30 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 36.66 %
- Children & Family 35.14 %
- Photography 32.78 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF GEORGEATS
- Australia 19.83 %
- United States 14.66 %
- Italy 4.31 %
- Canada 3.45 %
- Thailand 3.45 %
I made the eggplant involtini from my cookbook (which is now out in the US and Canada!) with tofu instead of ricotta to make it elimination diet friendly. Undoubtedly one of my new favourite ways to feed people tofu without them knowing it. I’ve linked all the places that the book is available in my bio if you’d like to trick people you love too xoxo
Something minor and inconsequential like the fact that my crab pasta is tortellini as opposed to ravioli won’t stop me from calling it crabb-ioli. The recipe for the gluten free beetroot pasta dough is linked & it’s filled with the lactose friendly spinach and ricotta from the ravioli recipe in the archives.
It’s time for my annual regram of this flourless chocolate, meringue and peanut butter cake. This year it’s for a more legitimate reason than the usual ‘spent all day googling young David Attenborough and got no work done.’ It’s because my cookbook, FODMAP Friendly is being published the US and Canada today/tomorrow! A completely vegetarian edition that happens to feature the recipe for this monster cake, it’s available at a variety of bookstores across the US and Canada. I’ve linked all the details in my bio. If you click through, you can click on to Young DA pics afterwards xoxo
There’s a new recipe up tonight for this gluten free beetroot pasta dough. In it’s raw form the pasta is so vibrant that you’d be forgiven for thinking I’d let loose on the saturation tool (I didn’t! I promise!) Recipe is linked in my bio.
It was my birthday this week and I spent it in hard lockdown eating naught but pre-digested formula as food. Needless to say, my birthday wish is for someone to eat nice things on my behalf. So! I’ve put the recipe up for this homemade gluten free ravioli. It’s filled with lactose friendly spinach ricotta filling and topped with a brown butter crispy sage sauce. Recipe is linked in my bio
Taking a couple of pieces for yourself is part of the artistic process, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. I made the gluten free brownies in a cake tin because we’re onto week 4? 5? of hard lockdown and what else would I be doing (recipe link in bio)
I’d hate to break a multi-year tradition so I’m sharing my first soup recipe for the winter on the second last day of winter. It’s a simple, creamy pumpkin soup that’s vegan and FODMAP friendly. I topped this bowl with lemon spiked creme fraichè, Aleppo chilli oil + flakes and some walnut dukkah, & served it with gluten free sourdough toast. A lovely wintery dish that you have approximately one day to make and enjoy. Recipe is in my bio!
Things I did not anticipate from 2020: 1) 2020 and 2) that I would become a fervent mug cake advocate. I’ve updated the original gluten free, vegan chocolate mug cake with options for using different sugars, among other things. Recipe is linked!
My ‘whale shark mouth’ hand modelling returns, this time presenting you with these vegan, FODMAP friendly, gluten/grain and nut free sausages! The recipe is linked in my bio, and you’ll find links to the gluten free white bread sourdough and homemade FODMAP tomato sauce/ketchup there, too. Because there is never enough bread or tomato sauce.
The only problem with developing a vegan version of the gluten free hedgehog slice is that I’ve already used up my joke about being a hog for hedgehog. Luckily for me I think recycling is of critical importance. Recipe for this vegan, gluten free and FODMAP friendly hedgehog is linked in my bio.
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