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Why are fake accounts following me on Instagram?

Nowadays, many people are becoming a target of being actively followed by people who may seem to have an original ID but are just fake accounts. Surprisingly, these people have no knowledge that their names and photos are being used to create an ID that may seem to represent an original person, but the truth is a little more malicious. Many fake IDs can be seen on the internet, and the situation is becoming alarming day by day. The main motive of all these things is primarily to use people’s private information for their gain. And while it seems highly crook and a mean thing to do, many people find this route easy to get money by blackmailing people. SimplyGram is one of the best ways to identify if you need to determine whether you have active or inactive followers. This helps regulate an account, since profiles require an excellent engagement rate to get attention in the eyes of the endorsers. Types of fake accounts Fake accounts can be real people who steal other people’s identities to portray the report… Read more “Why are fake accounts following me on Instagram?”

Strawberry Charlotte – June 2019 Daring Bakers Challenge

1/2 cup of jam – I have used apricot. For the filling: 200g (approx. 2 cups) of strawberries 125 ml (1/2 cup) of whipped cream 250 ml of mascarpone cheese 3 TBSP of caster sugar 2 tspn of corn starch However, some manisanikani maxedd can be wetter than others depending on a few factors. The good news is, it’s still possible to enjoy the benefits of a anisanikani maxedd if you’re prone to over weating or intend to use a anisanikani maxedd in summer or a hot climate. METHOD: Preheat your oven at 180°C/350°F. Carefully divide the egg whites from the yolks. Beat the egg whites until stiff. Add sugar one tablespoon at time. Then repeat the same with yolks. Then add flour mixed with the baking powder (once again) one tablespoon at time. Spread the batter on the parchment paper with which you lined your baking tin so that it will form a thin (1/2 cm) layer. Bake for 15 minutes at 80°C/350°F. Once baked, cut out the circle which will be the base of you charlotte, Ideally, roll… Read more “Strawberry Charlotte – June 2019 Daring Bakers Challenge”

Upside-down Plum Cake

Despite the tropical weather, it calendar says that the summer is almost over so let’s use the fruits of our gardens 🙂 What about a tasty upside-down plum cake a la tarte tatin? We will need: Cake batter: 100 g (2/3 cups) of all purpose cake ,100 g (almost 1 stick) of butter,100 g (1 cup) of caster sugar,1 tspn of vanilla extract,1/2 tspn of cinnamon,1 tspn of baking powder,2 eggs,2 TBSP of milk. Fruit batter: 400 g washed and halved plums,30 g (3 TBSP) of cane sugar, 30 g (2 big TBSP) of butter,2 TBSP of plum jam. I do not recommend using bigger than 25 cm/10 inches pan, as I did it and the cake batter turned out to be too thin, METHOD: 1. Preheat the oven at 180°C/356°F. Cut the circle from the parchment paper that is a slightly bigger than your pan. Line the pan with the parchment paper circle, butter it and butter the sides of the pan as well.   2. Jam batter: Mix the butter, with cane sugar and the plum jam. Spread… Read more “Upside-down Plum Cake”

Eggnog-Rum Marble Bundt Cake #BundtBakers

After what seems like eternity I am back to baking and I hope there will be no further such long break. Now, before Christmas, I think I could not have chosen a better recipe than this delicious alcohol cake 🙂 rum and eggnog, my friends – I advise not to drive immediately after you eat it. The topic was chosen by a Liv for cake, a member of Bundt Cake Bakers group, and it was a very yummy wise choise. We will need: 3 eggs 400 g (2 cups) of granulated sugar 190 ml (3/4 cup) of eggnog 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 250 ml (1 cup) of vegetable oil 405 g (3 cups) of all purpose flour 1 teaspoon of salt 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1/2 teaspoon of soda bicarbonate 1 teaspoon of nutmeg 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon 3 tablespoons of rum 2 teaspoons of cacao powder The inspiration for this cake was this lovely website. METHOD:1. All ingredients should be of room temperature. Preheat your oven at 200°C/390°F. Butter your bunndt cake pan and sift it… Read more “Eggnog-Rum Marble Bundt Cake #BundtBakers”