3. Barbecue sauce
Marinade used for barbecues make meat softer. It makes your tooth enamel soft as well. This type of sauce is sweet, thick and, if used abundantly, discolors teeth and promotes decay. There are quite a few other cooking methods and means to prepare chicken and meat and they are much less harmful.
The hint: Some recommend that you should apply a very thin layer of petroleum jelly onto your teeth before you start eating barbecued dishes. This will create a barrier between your tooth enamel and food. What you might dislike is the feeling of the jelly in your mouth. Simply brush your teeth right after eating to remove any residue.