I haven't been able to isolate what ingredient it is exactly, but I think I've noticed that when I eat something with either dextrose or maltodextrin, my tongue burns for hours or even the rest of the day. My tongue's particularly sensitive -- strong acids and alcohol will do a number on it -- but one of these sweeteners SEEMS to be even worse.
Is this possible? The research I've done on dextrose at least indicates that it should be no more corrosive than your average sugar.
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