Personality, researchers say, is also a factor in whether a person enjoys spicy meals and how often he or she eats them. Over the past few decades, culinary psychologists and other food researchers have proposed several cultural and biological reasons why we eat spices that may elicit pain, such as early learning, prior exposure, societal norms and physiological differences in taste and oral anatomy.
Although desensitization to capsaicin, the plant chemical that gives peppers their burn, is well documented, there's also evidence that the effect is surprisingly small.
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(The words "portion control" had yet to enter the public lexicon.) What always made me shake my head in disbelief was his curious habit of alternating bites of his meal with bites off a jalapeno pepper.