Hangover Food Archive
Forget the “hair of the dog that bit you“… what you need after a big night of drinking is some quality food! We love food here at HangoverCure.org so we’ve decided to write about our favorite hangover cures in the form of food, non-alcoholic drinks and other delicious treats.
Have a stocked fridge at hand before reading this, it will make you hungry!
In South Korea, Asia’s biggest per capita alcohol consumers, people waking up after a crazy night on the town can now soothe there poor heads, bodies and souls with a crazy (awesome!) hangover-fighting ice cream called the Gyeondyo bar. The Gyeondyo-bar, Gyeondyo translating from Korean to English as “hang in there” was launched on Friday
I love juicing! It’s like mainlining delicious fruit and veggie goodness into your body. That’s why when I came across this amazing hangover juicing recipe from the Blender Babes, I had to share it here. It’s dairy free too, so double win if your lactose intolerant/allergic to dairy like myself. Whether it’s after a holiday,
Bacon is a hangover cure, in case you didn’t know, and the foodies over at FoodBeast have discovered a way to reduce bacon shrinkage by over 50% when cooking it! When it comes to bacon, we don’t take the topic lightly. It’s the hangover cure of the internet and the fountain of youth, after all.
Whеn уоu hаvе a hаngоvеr, уоu аrе suffering deeply frоm a hеаdасhе, drу mouth, dizzinеѕѕ аnd nаuѕеа. The biggеѕt рrоblеm is that, еvеn thоugh уоu are nаuѕеоuѕ, уоu nееd tо еаt аnd drink something to mаkе you fееl better. Hеrе are ѕоmе еffесtivе fооd remedies fоr hаngоvеrѕ. Onе соmmоn remedy iѕ to drink is mоrе