North Dakotans are the most honest cooks in the nation
A new survey out by Angie's List says North Dakotan's are the least likely to lie about food and bad behaviors related to cooking.
The online local business review website put the survey together to find out just how bad we fib at home regarding things like what's really made from scratch and did we really wash our hands. They surveyed 2,000 people throughout the United State.
North Dakotan's told the fewest small lies with an average of 4.5 fibs per person. The highest amount was Vermont with 9 fibs per person.
Minnesota got about 6.8 fibs per person.
67% of respondents said they don't always wash their hands before cooking and 40% think the "five-second rule" makes it okay to eat food dropped on the floor.
When it came to poor manners 82% have double-dipped when eating shared food.
To read the survey more, click on the link.