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Digger meat in a bowl

Spock eats animal meat

Meat was the prepared flesh of an animal that was consumed as food. It was frequently enjoyed with potatoes. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder"; VOY: "Investigations")

Back when whaling was still common on Earth, some Humans harvested the meat of whales. In 1986, James T. Kirk, Spock, and several other tourists watched a video showing this process at the Cetacean Institute. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In 2004, Sub-Commander T'Pol asked, during the order at the fast food restaurant Burgerland, if the Fiesta Salad included animal products. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

The Novans hunted burrowing animals they called Diggers. They prepared their meat and stored it in bowls with liquids. According to Malcolm Reed, it was undercooked. (ENT: "Terra Nova")

Spock ate meat from an unknown animal while trapped in Sarpeidon's ice age, as there was no vegetable-based sustenance to be had. (TOS: "All Our Yesterdays")

A piece of billion-year-old meat, kept fresh by a stasis box

Bunnicorn meat

Among the items found in the Slaver stasis box was a piece of poisoned meat. (TAS: "The Slaver Weapon")

Traditional Bolian cuisine involved the consumption of meat that had been allowed to partially decay. (DS9: "Crossfire")

It was theorized that the Hirogen ate parts of the muscle system of their prey. (VOY: "Hunters")

Falah nectar was a beverage made from a meat byproduct. The Nar Shaddan in the Delta Quadrant considered it a delicacy. (VOY: "Workforce")

William T. Riker once stated that Humans no longer raised animals for food, indicating they were not butchered for their meat. However, Miles O'Brien once stated his mother used real, unreplicated meat when cooking, (TNG: "Lonely Among Us", "The Wounded") and even much of the food at Sisko's Creole Kitchen was seafood meat. (DS9: "Homefront", "Paradise Lost") Even William T. Riker ate pipius claw, gagh, and heart of targ. (TNG: "A Matter Of Honor") He also used bunnicorn meat to make bunnicorn sausage for his pizza. (PIC: "Nepenthe")

Lifeforms eaten as meat

Whale meat

Meat-based dishes

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