What Is Pastrami?

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Pastrami is a popular meat delicacy that is usually made from beef, pork, and mutton in Romania. In Israel, the term is used for describing sliced chicken and turkey. Like corned beef, it was created as a way of preserving meat before modern refrigeration.
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Pastrami is a piece of beef that has been trimmed and loaded with spices. Pastrami is then cured and then smoked and cooked. Pastrami is great on rye bread!
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pastrami its like meat you can add it on your sandwiches that's a good source of protein.
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Pastrami - a technology for preserving meat starting with corned beef that our ancestors used
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pastrami: highly seasoned cut of smoked beef
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pas·tra·mi
[puh-strah-mee]
NOUN
1.
a brisket of beef that has been cured in a mixture of garlic, peppercorns, sugar, coriander seeds, etc., then smoked before cooking.
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Cooking pastrami is similar to cooking a corn beef. The pastrami is best when cooked long and slow. It weill fall apart when it is done. You can cook it in ...
There are different types of pastrami. Different animals are used to make pastrami. Turkey pastrami comes from turkeys. Traditional pastrami comes from cows. ...
The meat known as pastrami, comes from the navel area part of the cow. Pastrami does not come off of the cow as pastrami however. It comes off the cow as brisket ...
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