Is eating meat along with booze beneficial? Or does it reduce any adverse effects of drinking?
By drinking, I mean liquors like whisky, vodka or rum. I seldom drink wine.
Some optional background on this-
I was advised to eat meat whenever I drink by a person. That advice is common and has probably propagated by word of mouth.
That person (perhaps) exaggerated it further by making a rhyming sort of moral verse like sentence
"M for Mod (booze in my language), "M" for Mansh (meat in my language);
"G" for Ganja (cannabis in my language) , "G" for Gakhir (milk in my language).
I am wondering if the first sentence has any relevance. I eat anything ranging from peanuts, roasted peas, etc. when I drink. Liquors are harsh on the throat, and eating any of those comforts the throat and the mouth. Occasionally, I eat meat as well. I would appreciate any response on if eating meat is better while drinking.