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Guide to the Jewish Deli

Guide to the Jewish Deli

Despite its name, the Jewish delicatessen is for everyone. If anything, an overstuffed sandwich of pastrami, or corned beef, or brisket is what helped Jews assimilate into the United States after the great migrations of the 1800s and 1900s.  It all began more than two thousand years ago when Hebrews ate meat only after a ritual animal sacrifice to God, when the fresh roast was served to the community as a holy feast.

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