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Gadi Peleg, an investment manager and entrepreneur with a golden palate, is the man we have to thank for luring Tel Aviv baker Uri Scheft to New York to open the excellent Breads Bakery with him. Now Peleg has done it again, having recruited Israeli celebrity chef Meir Adoni to the

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