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Saving The Deli

Saving The Deli Crispy rye bread, mustard and cured, salted meat is all you need for the ultimate smoked meat or pastrami sandwich. To some, mainly the older generation, this is taste of culture. The Jewish delicatessen is an important part of that culture, but today the deli is in danger because of various issues. Journalist David Sax grew up with deli culture, and today has undertaken the task of saving it. In this video, WatchMojo.com speaks with Sax to learn about the ultimate Jewish delicatessen, and to find out why he’s on a personal mission to 'Save the Deli.' For more information, click Here

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