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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF POLISHEDKITCHEN
76.2% of polishedkitchen's followers are female and 23.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 231 and the average number of comments is 14.
27.91% of the followers that engaged with polishedkitchen regularly are from United States, followed by Japan at 8.53% and Canada at 6.2%. In summary, the top 5 countries of polishedkitchen's posts engager are coming from United States, Japan, Canada, Italy, Greece.
Polishedkitchen loves posting about Food, Recipes, Cooking, Food & Drink, Travel.
Check polishedkitchen's audience demography. This analytics report shows polishedkitchen'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 POLISHEDKITCHEN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF POLISHEDKITCHEN
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 97.78 %
- Fitness & Yoga 76.67 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 63.79 %
- Travel & Tourism 49.03 %
- Art & Design 43.91 %
- Business & Careers 36.17 %
- Beauty & Fashion 33.70 %
- Technology & Science 31.93 %
- Music 31.58 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF POLISHEDKITCHEN
- United States 27.91 %
- Japan 8.53 %
- Canada 6.2 %
- Italy 5.43 %
- Greece 3.88 %
After a long work day all I want is a big noodle bowl. This vegan Jjajangmyeon with some homemade kimchi is the perfect combo 👌🏻
I love it when your garden dictates what you’re going to cook. Two of my favorite things to grow in the garden are basil and tomatoes and I have way too much. Here is a quick and easy vegan pesto pasta dinner that you can whipped up in 30 minutes. Recipe is in my story highlights. 🌿
I spent the morning recipe testing three rice noodle batter. Now I have a full tray of rice noodle for the weekend...not complaining 😆 Recipe in my story hightlight.
Xôi chiên kẹp thịt băm chay, Fried sticky rice bun stuffed with a mixture of @impossible_foods , mushroom, and jicama. Learn how to make this vegan meat filling in my story highlight. To make the sticky rice buns: 1. Wash 2 cups of sticky rice under cold water 2-3 times then soak rice overnight 2. Steam sticky rice for 20-25 minutes on high heat 3. Place the cooked rice in a gallon Ziploc bag and roll into a log 4. Refrigerate the rice for 2hr before use or overnight 5. Cut rice log into 1/2” patty/bun 6. Pan fry until they’re golden brown, or cooked in the air fryer at 350F for 15 mins
Did you know that Washington State is the lavender capital of North America? The beautiful lavender farms of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State have long been known as the source for premium lavender and lavender products. Unfortunately it was closed this year due to the Corona virus. Thanks to @ethosbakerycafe for adding many delicious dairy free & vegan options to their menu like this raspberry and lavender sorbet. Much needed in this crazy hot 🥵 102 degree weather.
How do you eat your vegetables? I love to load mine in a big noodle bowl. This vegan turmeric noodle bowl (Mi Quang Chay) is made with a variety of mushroom in a deep, chunky vegetable broth. #vietvegan
So happy that my niece enjoys eating non-meat food. I made her a large noodle bowl with @impossible_foods meat alternative loaded with homegrown Asian vegetables. Who wants a bowl? 😁
Made some spring rolls with the leftover @impossible_foods patties from yesterday meal for the family. Recipe for the vegan patties is in the previous post.
I have so much Asian herbs and lettuces in the garden so I decided to make an vegan version of the Hanoi-style vermicelli noodle with grilled “pork” (Bun Cha Hanoi) using @impossible_foods . I love serving this during the summer months because is fresh and full of flavor. Comment below if you have had this dish. Vegan Bún Cha Patties Ingredients 12 oz @impossible_foods burger 2 tbsp minced lemongrass 1 tbsp minced shallot 1 tbsp minced garlic 1 tbsp sugar (caramelize sauce “nuoc mau”) 1 tsp annatto seed oil 1/2 tsp five spice 1/2 tsp black pepper *Note: Do not add any salt because there’s a lot of salt in the Impossible meat. Add all ingredients into a food processor. Blend into a fine paste then combine with the Impossible meat. Shape half of the mixture into patties and the rest into meatballs. Cook in an air-fryer, grill, or pan fried until you they get a nice golden brown color. Should take no more than 3 minutes on each side.
Sunday bake was all about Japanese vegan 🌱 milk bread. I tested out three recipes using the old fermented dough method, Yudane, and Tangzhong (roux method). As a result, the Yudane and Tangzhong method yield the softest and fluffiest bread. The next test is to see which bread will remain soft and springy the longest.
It’s cherry 🍒 season in Washington! Cherry facts: The #Rainiercherry, named after Washington State’s famous volcanic peak, was created in 1972 by cross-breeding the Bing and Van varieties. The cherry was developed by Dr. Harold W. Fogle of Washington State University in Prosser, Washington (#GoCougs). The Bing cherry is named after Seth Lewelling’s Manchurian orchard foreman and friend, Bing. Washington State grows more sweet cherries than any other region in the nation.
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