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21 Foods That People Eat To Cure Their Hangovers

Apparently hungover people love pickles?

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We asked the BuzzFeed Community to send us their go-to hangover foods. Here are their suggestions:

(Note: We cannot guarantee that any of these will actually cure your hangover, or even taste good.)

1. Pickles and/or pickle juice

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"Mild: water and coffee

Medium: sausage and eggs, or biscuits and gravy

Heavy: pickle juice"

—Michael Munger, Facebook

"Pickles. Something about the brine and salt cures bad nausea. Paired with a lot of water/Gatorade and some bread, you’re good to go."

caitlynp4a377f234

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5. "Hangover pasta"

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"I make 'hangover pasta.' It’s just whatever type of pasta I have lying around with pesto and a buuunch of chopped, fresh tomatoes.

Spice it up with whatever else you have lying around."

Julie Hasseris

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10. Cookies & cream ice cream

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"My hangovers are usually very bad. I have a headache until 9-11pm and my stomach hurts so much the first couple of times, I couldn’t eat. What helped me, before I found the miracle Gatorade, was cookies and cream ice cream. It was liquid so it was easy to digest, and the coldness made it enjoyable."

Giorgina McKay

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12. Grilled cheese and two cans of V8

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"Two cans of low sodium V8’s 100% vegetable juice, full of potassium, anti-oxidants and fiber, a liter of water, strong coffee, and a grilled cheese sandwich with the protein and fat to suck up all the sugar from your system."

Butterflybutts91

14. "Green juice" and toast with Vegemite

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"Fresh green juice with cucumber, celery, kale, spinach, and romaine. ‘Rehab Shot’ with lemon, ginger and cayenne. Vegemite on whole-grain toast. Works every time."

alwayshungry

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17. Chicken in a Biskit crackers with blue Gatorade

"I drink ice blue Gatorade slowly until I feel like my stomach can handle food, then Chicken in a Biskit crackers if I’m hungry. Once I’m fully stable I eat either a cup of microwave Easy Mac or some cheap ramen — carbs help stabilize my blood sugar and sodium helps replace electrolytes (as does the Gatorade)."

jessicalynl

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