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wasabi and migraines don't mix

jwar at 21h29
01
Oct
2010
wasabi and migraines don't mix

Today I woke up with a low level migraine, took some indomethacin and went to work. I was already having a hard time being there, but not exceptionally hard and could have made it til 4 or 5. Then my coworker brought in homemade sushi rolls. I decided to treat myself to just one, and globbed on the wasabi (as sushi is really just a delivery vehicle for wasabi, much like cupcakes are for frosting).

As soon as the kick from the wasabi dissipated I could barely [......]
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