Hangover Cures from Around the World Part 2

Hangover Cures from Around the World Part 2

Drinking is a VERY important part of experiencing the culture and customs of countries around the world. If you can’t handle your exotic liquors, here are a few hangover cures from around the world:

German Rollmops — This may sound like the LAST thing you want to eat after too many steins of bier: pickled herring fillets wrapped around onion and pickle slivers. Sounds like the world’s worst cocktail ingredient, right? The brine is supposed to provide electrolytes, while the saltiness helps you drink more water. Worth a shot!

South Korean Haejangguk — Literally called “hangover soup” in Korean, this dish is the perfect morning-after meal to help you recover from too much Soju. The raw napa cabbage mixes beautifully with the congealed ox blood, bone broth soup, and soybean paste to help replenish lost electrolytes.

Scottish Irn-Bru — There’s nothing like a few glasses of Scotch whisky to pass the nights in Scotland. Come morning, make sure to have a few cans of Irn-Bru on hand. Ignore the weird neon orange color; Scotland’s favorite soda contains caffeine and sugar to get you back on your feet.

Peruvian Leche de Tigre — No, you’re not drinking actual tiger’s milk, as the name suggests. Instead, after too much Pisco, you’ll want the lime juice marinade left over from your dinner of ceviche. The sour remedy is great for settling an angry stomach.

Singaporean Kaya Toast — Too many glasses of Tiger Beer (bought under the table and consumed in secret, of course)? Have Kaya Toast: two slices of bread stuffed with coconut jam and served with poached eggs.

Try these hangover cures from around the world to avoid spending your vacation days bent over a toilet!

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