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Asparagus for New Year’s Eve was uploaded to Flickr

Happy New Year, everyone.

And the reference, in case you’ve never heard this before:
www.rodale.com/how-prevent-hangover

• Eat asparagus. While researchers used asparagus extract in the study, its hangover-fighters are present in the whole veggie, and remain stable even after being cooked at higher temperatures, such as steaming and boiling. So if you’re planning on drinking, include asparagus in your lunch and/or dinner to help prevent a hangover, or eat it the day after if you’re looking for good hangover food.

Even if it doesn’t work, at least you’ve eaten some delicious asparagus. Win-win!

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I took Asparagus for New Year’s Eve on December 31, 2012 at 04:10PM

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