What food do you love and what food do you hate?

Recently the Hater App looked at what Americans eat and what they don't want to eat. Using data from over 600,000 users, they have come up with an interesting top 11 list.

There where some odd findings, like most of American states choose Chick-fil-A as their favorite fast-food restaurant. But Chick-fil-A is the most hated fast-food restaurant in California.

I was very surprised to read that "Pumpkin Spice anything" is what most people from Montana hated.

Here are some of the foods other states hate.

Florida – licorice
Hawaii – Coke
Texas – steak cooked well done
New York – ranch on pizza
Ohio – pesto
South Dakota – expensive cheese plates
Utah – balsamic vinegar
Colorado – Flaming Hot Cheetos
Louisiana – cookies with raisins
Alabama – Chipotle
Montana – Pumpkin Spice anything

According to my listeners pumpkin was not that bad, but the spice part was the problem.

Broccoli seemed to be hated more than pumpkin spice by "Dominick In The Morning" fans.

My co host on Thursday Jennifer Bordy said she liked pumpkin but the foods she hated the most were Lobster and ham. How could anyone hate lobster?

Jennifer explained she hated those food because she loves eating them.  She is Jewish and is trying now to keep kosher So she hates them because she loves them.

A definition:

The word kosher, literally meaning “clean” or “pure,” refers to food that has been ritually prepared or blessed so it can be eaten by religious Jews. It comes from the Hebrew word kasher, meaning "proper" or "lawful," and became common in Englishin the mid-19th Century.

Lobster and Ham are not considered "Clean".

I don't know if I agree with the other states and their food choices, but I agree 100% Pumpkin Spice anything is bad.

Dominick

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