What Is Meat?
Meat is the flesh of a dead animal, consumed for food.
…not any animal. I mean, if you eat the flesh of a dead fish, it’s not meat. It’s fish. And if you eat a spider, well, that’s just unappetizing. So it’s not meat.
So, let’s go with:
Meat is the flesh of a dead mammal, consumed for food.
Wait, but chicken is meat. And so are frog legs, I think. And lizards. Lizards? Are they meat? I’ve heard they taste like chicken, and I’m pretty sure all bird is meat. Okay, then.