No need to hide it in your purse anymore.

A new list courtesy of Influencer has been released to highlight each states' most popular condiment. Some are already arguing that sauce and condiment are two different things, so this list needs to be redone. After some Googling, the definition of condiment, according to Merrium-Webster is "a substance such as salt or ketchup that is used to add flavor to food." Sauces to enhance the flavor of food BUT according to an argument pointed out on Spoonuniveristy.com, a sauce needs to be able to coat food, while a condiment is only used in small amounts to enhance flavor.

Here is the tricky part. The most popular condiment in Texas is Frank's RedHot Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce. You can coat food, like chicken wings and Hot Cheetos. I do not know anyone who uses small amounts of hot sauce in El Paso! Does that mean it isn't a condiment? Is this map insane?

You could argue many things on this list like Nutella being a favorite for New York and Virginia, but it is probably because people are eating it with spoons. Maine has a weird addiction to marshmallow fluff, while too many people use coconut oil as a condiment. Either way, Beyonce would be proud that her home state's favorite condiment is something she keeps in her purse.