What Part of the Cow Does Pastrami Come from?

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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 and is then seasoned, smoked and dried.
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shoulder. Real pastrami comes from brisket. it is the same thing as corned beef, except instead of being boield, it gets smoked.
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Pastrami is made from the forequarter of beef from a cut known as
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pastrami traditionally is peppered slow cooked cured beef brisket, but there is turkey pastrami and in it usally made up of both dark and white meat.
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Filet Mignon or Tenderloin Steak comes from the small end of the tenderloin (called the short loin) which is found on the back rib cage of the animal.
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