9 Latino ‘Super’ Foods and Drinks to Get You Past Your Hangover
Hangovers are the absolute worst. There is nothing good about them, except the hangover cures.
Vuelve a la Vida will do just that – bring you back to life.
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It’s like ceviche and a michelada had a baby just to cure your throbbing head.
7-Up works on more than just an upset stomach.
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Best part is that you might have some just lying around after your night of partying, so you don’t even have to leave your house. #makingitwork
Afraid of the hangover getting worse? Just grab a michelada and meet it halfway.
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If you don’t vomit from the smell of booze, you’re doing alright.
Of course you can always run to the ole’ stand-by: massive sauce-drenched burritos. ?
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It’ll soak up all the remaining alcohol and get you full enough to slip into a food coma.
A bowl of Bolivian fricasé might do the trick if you have the patience for that.
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Or just make your way to abuelita’s house and let her know what’s up. She’ll take care of you.
You may have never heard of it, but Leche de Tigres should be more than enough to jolt that hangover out of you.
What is it? Not much, just the juices they use to marinate the shrimp for the ceviche with a shot of pisco.
You can’t go wrong with some pan con mantequilla and café con leche to ease your pain.
It truly is the life source you need after a an epic night out with your girls that you will never remember.
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For that person who always turns to menudo, but wants to see what else is out there.
But you could have avoided ALL of this if you just listen to our Puerto Rican friends and rubbed lemon slices on your armpits before drinking to keep you hydrated.
Seriously. You can’t make that up.
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