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Dry-cured and smoked, spiced beef, generally brisket. The meat is covered with black pepper and other spices, and served cut extremely thinly - often on rye bread; or as a sandwich filling - the name is almost certainly derived from the Yiddish-Armenian word 'pastrama'.

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