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While the average hungover North American is likely to indulge on anything from greasy fried food and Advil to that all important Caesar (Canadian's, I'm looking at you) it may surprise you to hear that the rest of the world does things a little differently. 

From pickled gherkins to leftover fish runoff (no, we're not joking) we challenge you to give some of these remedies a try next time you're crawling to the bathroom the morning after drinking. Read on for the full list with descriptions.

United Kingdom - Full English Breakfast
Usually consisting of sausage, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, fried potatoes or bread (or both) and black pudding.
Canada - Poutine
Fries soaked in beef gravy and covered in cheese curds. Sometimes also contains bacon.
Ecuador - Oregano Tea
Exactly what it sounds like. Oregano-flavored tea.
Mexico - Menudo 
Soup made with beef stomach (tripe) in broth with a red chili pepper base.
Poland - Pickle Juice
We don't need to explain this one.
Peru - Leche de Tigre
Leftover fish runoff usually containing lime juice, sliced onion, chiles, salt, pepper, and fish juice.
Italy - Espresso
We can get down with this one.
Germany - Katerfrühstück
Usually marinated herring (rollmops), pickled gherkins or cucumber (i.e. sour-tasting food).
Japan - Umeboshi
Japanese pickled plums.
South Korea - Haejangguk
Usually consists of dried Napa cabbage, vegetables and meat in a hearty beef broth.
Indonesia - Kaya Toast
Warm and crispy toasted bread, slathered with a layer aromatic kaya jam (Malaysian coconut egg jam), and complete with a thin slice of cold butter.
Mongolia - Tomato Juice
China - Congee 
Rice porridge (or gruel).
Czech Republic - Utopenci
Sausages pickled in vinegar, oil, onion, red pepper, and different spices.