To sauce or not to sauce

If my offspring are anything like me, this won’t work. They’ll LOVE hot sauce:

According to media sources, most pediatricians, psychologists and other parenting experts condemn saucing. “There’s no room for pain and humiliation and fear in disciplining healthy children,” Carleton Kendrick, a Boston family therapist and author, told ABC News. “I think it’s a rather barbaric practice to say the least.” Other experts warned in the Washington Post article that hot sauce can sting and hurt and burn a child’s esophagus; it can inflame membranes in the eyes, nose and mouth; it can cause a dangerous allergic reaction; and it can cause the tongue to swell, thereby presenting a possible choking hazard…

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