Never, unless tricked by friends.
Once in a while but I am not too adventurous.
Regularly, even daily.
When do I not eat spicy foods, you ask?
None, I am afraid.
1, such as Tabasco (is that a hot sauce?)
Several (depending on my mood)
Too many. I have caught myself buying hot sauce instead of groceries.
No, and I don´t carry other addictive substances either.
Yes, I tend to have a take-out pouch somewhere between the seats.
Of course. I have a bottle next to my car registration.
I don't carry anything food related in my car, desk, or office.
No, I like to taste my food.
Sometimes, on selected foods such as pizza.
Usually with savory meals.
Of course, sprinkled on fruit, in chocolate, on most main dishes and typically on food someone claims is already spicy.
Common sense, I avoid the burn in the first place.
A cool glass of milk, I never go without one on a spicy meal.
A large beer, lime, salt, and a shot of tequila.
A stronger chili takes all memory of the last Hawaii.
That comes with cheese and onions right?
1 or 2, including Jalapenos
3 to 5
6 or more and I can give you their Scoville heat ratings.
Any or all of the following: White bread, mayonaise, tuna fish. vanilla.
Onions or garlic. Or both.
Vindaloo, chilaquiles, piri piri, cumin, five spice.
Sorry, I can´t smell anything.....I lost the ability to smell in a freak chili accident years ago.
Crackers, cookies, plain chips.
Nacho or lime flavored corn chips
Red hot cheetos, sabritas, corn or potato chips
Dried fruit with chili, Thai chili and trail mix, fresh chilis
I never buy Salsa.
Bought in the store but rated high with the label thermometer.
Store bought and wrapped in protective paper with radioactive signs.
I don´t eat no stinkin´store salsas.
Yes, along with ketchup.
Strictly for Bloody Mary´s.
No, Tabasco is 99% vinegar.
Definitely not, Tabasco is not a hot sauce, its a province in Mexico.