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Dating App Reveals America's Most Hated Foods By State, And They're Oddly Specific

NOVEMBER 13, 2017  —  By Corinne Sanders

Most dating apps aim to pair you with people who like the same things you do. That's where this particular app differs from the rest.

Launched in February, Hater boasts itself as being "the first dating app that matches people on the things they hate." Like with Tinder, uses can swipe to answer whether they're interested in a large variety of topics, but they have four directions instead of two -- down to hate, up to love, left to dislike, and right to like.

Since it came out, Hater's been able to use this data to create maps of what people across the U.S. hate the most, including what we eat. Here are the 50 most hated foods and drinks in each state, and they're surprisingly specific.

1. Utah -- Balsamic vinegar

2. Colorado -- Flamin' Hot Cheetos

3. Texas -- Steak cooked well done

4. California -- Chick-fil-A

5. Arizona -- Kombucha

6. Maryland -- Corner piece of a brownie

7. Idaho -- Dim sum

8. Oklahoma -- Veggie burgers

9. Virginia -- Cottage cheese

10. Florida -- Licorice

11. Ohio -- Pesto

12. Pennsylvania -- Chai lattes

13. North Dakota -- Tapas

14. South Dakota -- Expensive cheese plates

15. North Carolina -- Pizza dabbed with a napkin

16. South Carolina -- Matcha tea

17. New Jersey -- Gas station wine

18. Tennessee -- Foraged food

19. Illinois -- String cheese eaten by biting into it

20. Indiana -- Charcuterie

21. Michigan -- Cold pizza

22. New York -- Ranch on pizza

23. Maine -- Asian fusion

24. New Hampshire -- Expensive cocktails

25. Massachusetts -- Mayonnaise on fries

26. Alaska -- Voss water

27. Georgia -- Tuna salad

28. Mississippi -- Sour cream

29. Hawaii -- Coke

30. Rhode Island -- Capers

31. Missouri -- The last bite of a hot dog

32. Washington -- Keurig K-cups

33. New Mexico -- Chicken nuggets

34. Wisconsin -- Lunchables

35. Connecticut -- Canned food

36. Arkansas -- Cilantro

37. Delaware -- Hawaiian pizza

38. Oregon -- Fast food

39. Iowa -- Quinoa

40. West Virginia -- Tofu

41. Kansas -- Shellfish

42. Kentucky -- Hummus

43. Minnesota -- Beans

44. Montana -- Pumpkin spice anything

45. Nebraska -- Chili peppers

46. Nevada -- La Croix

47. Vermont -- Spray cheese

48. Alabama -- Chipotle

49. Wyoming -- Gluten-free anything

50. Louisiana -- Cookies with raisins

(via Business Insider)

You can check out the full food map here. Do you agree with your state's results? Be sure to sound off in the comments.

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