Salamat is more than just a takeout deli serving great kebabs, stews and soups. The tiny store stocks a surprising array of goods imported from Iran: traditional Persian cheeses and figs; oils, jams and spices; and Persian breads ranging from pita to lavash to the massive sangak, a 2-foot-long flatbread thing that looks like a miniature bed sheet-there's even something called Armenian cracker bread, which is wrapped in butcher paper but feels and weighs like a military-grade pretzel.
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For more than a decade, Salamat Market and Deli in Orange offered sandwiches, stews and kebabs—but that's all about to change. Not that there's anything wrong with the Persian grocer's current menu: the sandwiches are sturdy h...