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Best hangover food?


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Menudo y dos vampiros.


Fussy Evil Genius
Some sort of noodles or soup or curry is my go-to (and a noodle soup really does the trick!)

Corned beef hash and eggs also hit the spot, but that also can weigh me down, and that's not so great.

A Nuun tablet is quite lovely.

I love the idea of Korean tofu stew!


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Let the word go forth from this time and place... while in many ways it is the perfect food, the Fluffernutter is not good hangover food.
Understood. I think the problem is a lack of a savory ingredient. That's why I'd recommend a "Fool's Gold Loaf" instead of a Fluffernutter. Alas, the Colorado Mine Company is no longer around but if your in the Denver area you can grab a solid resemblance at Nick's Cafe which also serves it with home fries.

Don't know what one is? A hollewed out loaf of French white bread filled with creamy peanut butter, grape jelly and bacon. That's a jar of each an a pound of bacon. Ah, Elvis... you were taken from us too soon.

Owen Bawn

"Ask me about a fluffernutter"
When I was a kid I could hop outta bed and play through the worst hangover without a problem. Then sometime around age 30 that shifted considerably, and waking with a hangover felt like death. The hangover became so unpleasant it completely changed my relationship to alcohol. In the past 15-20 years I've even noticed that 2-3 drinks over a 2 hour period ends up with at least some sort of distress the next morning. As a result, I now go years without drinking at all, and really never have more than one. The idea of having one lonely little drink holds little appeal for me, as I want to drink to change the world, if you know what I mean. As a result, I usually would rather have none than only one, so I essentially no longer drink.

All to avoid a hangover. They're really that bad.
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