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Interested in Foodstagraming? Join our Community!!!

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Have you ever heard of “foodstagraming”? Yeah, you guessed right. It involves taking photos of your food and sharing it on social media. Apparently, it’s a thing! 

In modern times, foodstagraming has become both a hugely famous and heavily talked about hobby which is accessible to anybody with a camera phone that can go on any social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. One attraction to this may be that it is an activity anyone can enjoy with the above criteria in effect. Basically, anyone can upload a food selfie, and enter it into a constantly growing searchable data pool, to collect many much-covered “likes” from family, friends and even strangers via social media sites.

 Okay, let me make it more relatable-Ever been to a restaurant with your friend, you both order your meals, the meal arrives, you are so hungry and can’t wait to start munching your meal but you look over at your friend and it seems that they are on another galaxy as before they even think of eating the meal, they snap a million photos of the food from different angles on the hunt for getting the perfect shot? This happens to me almost all the time. The development of food websites, apps, and blogs has actually reinforced the bond between social media and food. The combination of the two has allowed people to know about various cuisines while at the same time offering a platform for brand advertisements. Moreover, people like to learn about food digitally as opposed to the traditional forms of media.

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So, I decided to create a community (@ foodierepublicans on Instagram) for all the foodies out there where we get to share beautiful and amazing photos of any kind of food and recipes.

A great advantage of this community is that it is not restricted to a particular region or country. Also, the food can range from anything basically from fruits, veggies, drinks, desserts, etc. as long as it is edible. Whether you cooked the food yourself or you ordered it in a restaurant. The most important thing is that “if you can eat it, then you can share it”. If this sounds like something you are intrested in, then join our community today at foodierepublicans on Instagram and trust me when I say it’s going to be a mouth-watering experience. 

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