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Salt Beef Vs Pastrami

Pastrami and salt beef are beef brisket joints that are cured in salt water to preserve them. This traditional preservation technique is what gives the meat the salty flavour and the red pigment.

To make salt beef you steam the cured beef for 12 hours. 

To make pastrami you smoke the cured beef for 8 hours and steam it for 4. The smoke is what creates the dark bark around the outside of the pastrami, dissimilar to salt beef. 

Salt Beef is very popular in London where as Pastrami is very popular in New York.

Order a 1Kg of both to get free delivery in the UK. 


Nationwide delivery is now available.

All lockdown kits will be dispatched on Thursday for delivery on Friday. The cut off point for deliveries is at least 2 days prior, so Tuesday midday. All deliveries after this point will roll through for the following weeks delivery. All deliveries are prepared and boxed fresh each week and we require the notice in order to have stock delivered and prepared for your specific kit.


Delivery is a flat rate of £5.99


Last order for Easter weekend Wednesday 31st April 12pm. 

Orders placed after this date will be shipped on Tuesday 6th March (Next day delivery)

Deliveries will be made via DPD. They will contact you with your two hour delivery slot. If for any reason you are not in to receive your delivery on the selected date, you will be able to make alternative arrangements via DPD.