Au contraire. mon brave, have an upvote...
Amidst all the bacon, potato and deep-fried options on offer here, there seems to be a subtle prejudice that people who might enjoy healthy food, and even (whisper it softly) your actual vegetablarians, are far too worthy to enjoy a punishing night out, so never have to deal with the consequences. I beg to differ (see icon) - my body is a not a temple but a playground (it's my wallet that's a temple). So for those who share my tastes and want to feel better the morning after an extended session on whatever intoxicants float their boat, may I present "magic" miso soup, so-called for it's remarkable curative properties. Amounts of everything to taste, it's more a framework than an application...
Dashi stock made with kombu if you can be bothered, otherwise water;
Mix of fresh veg such as spring onions, carrots, celery (including green tops) - all sliced quite finely, aim for about 3mm thickness at thinnest point, carrots best done as sticks if your knife skills are up to it;
Mushrooms (shitake if your consultancy dayrate can stand it, otherwise chestnut), in larger chunks;
Spinach - fresh or frozen, if frozen thaw in microwave before adding (or use lettuce, mizuna, or other greenery of choice);
Tofu - some like it silken, I prefer the chewier ones;
Dark miso of your choice - I like barley but rice is fine, guess at about 2tbsp per litre of soup;
Other dried Japanese seaweed of choice - hijiki, arame etc - if you wish;
A sheet of nori seaweed, toasted but not burnt under grill or over flame (the only difficult bit in this recipe, watch it like a hawk - the window of toasted but not burnt lasts about 250ms).
If using dried seaweed, soak in water according to instructions;
Bring water/stock to a simmer, add veg, shrooms, seaweed etc in vague order of hardness. Max boiling time for any of it shouldn't exceed about 6 minutes - this is foreign food, so no Brit-style mush-boiling (though if you're using shitakes they may need a bit longer);
Dilute miso in jar/mug with hot (not boiling) water, so it can be easily poured;
Turn off heat, then add diluted miso progressively, stirring and tasting as you go until it no longer tastes like you need to add salt;
Ladle into bowl, then crush and sprinkle toasted nori on top;
Consume, and be magically revived.
Option - if you need carbs to aid your recovery, cook noodles and place in bottom of bowl before adding soup.