When most people think of holiday hangovers, they picture the aftermath of people overindulging in alcohol on New Year’s Eve. These party animals awake to the smell of sauerkraut cooking and the pain of a skull-splitting headache.

(My old friend Professor Van Von Venn claims that the sauerkraut on Jan. 1 tradition was started when a woman wanted to teach her husband a lesson about drinking in the new year.)

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