Hangover Cures From Around The World
If you're planning on partying Saturday night, you might wanna' give these hangover cures a try on Sunday morning (or, more likely, Sunday afternoon).
Check out these international hangover cures from Bravo
Japanese Golden Milk - The Japanese believe turmeric aides the liver, so they make Golden Milk. It is a tea swirled with turmeric, cinnamon, black pepper, honey, and milk
Russian Saunas - In Russia, they skip eating or drinking specific things and attempt to "sweat out" the hangover
Korean Ginger-Ade - To recover from their soju hangovers, the Koreans drink Ginger-Ade... Basically, lemonade or limeade made with a lot of ginger.
Canadian Poutine - Nothing helps soak up the alcohol more than grease, so the Canadians turn to their favorite fries / gravy / cheese snack.
Croatian Burek - A flaky pastry of meat and cheese loaded with lipids
Thai Pad Kee Mao - If you like Thai food, there's a good chance you eat this anyway. In the US we usually call this noodle / chicken / vegetable dish "drunken noodles". Not sure about using it as a hangover cure, but it is one of my favorite Thai dishes.
Whatever you end up doing for New Years Eve, please be safe... Drink responsibly and designate a driver.