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Just like death and taxes, hangovers are simply one of life's certainties. There exists infinite hangover `cures', including raw egg, sports drinks and even rubbing lemon in your armpits. Some heretics suggest simply avoiding alcohol altogether. There is only one known relief from a chronic hangover: food.
This ridiculous cookbook showcases the very guiltiest of pleasures. A dank mac and cheese might not make your headache disappear, but it will certainly aide a tender state of mind and empower you to face the outside world. But who even needs the outside world when you can just make your own bacon hash? Or post-lit schnit(zel)? Or a french fry curry??
What sets The I'm So Hungover Cookbook apart from the glut of `dude food' guides is it's structure. Each of its four chapters correspond to the exact severity of one's hangover - from `Chapter 1: Shaky, But Standing' to `Chapter 4: Beyond Salvation'. Plus, because each of these 40 recipes are administered for medicinal purposes, the calories really don't matter. Right?