Cookbook:Meat and poultry
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In addition to the skeletal muscle normally eaten as meat, internal organs may be eaten.
Game in fur
- Rabbit & Hare
- Wild Boar
- Wild Sheep & Goat
- Guinea Pig, Squirrel, Hedgehog & Edible Dormouse
- African Game Meats
- Antelope & springbok
- 'Bush Meat'
- Water Buffalo
Game in feather
- Snipe & Woodcock
- Pigeon & Squab
- Grouse & Ptarmigan
- Wild Duck & Goose
Processed Meats and Smallgoods 
Exotic meats, new meats and 'bush tucker' 
Many meats can become infected with various bacteria, such as Staphylicoccus, Campylobacter Jejuni, and E. Coli O157:H7, when the animal is butchered. This can occur because the intestines can be accidentally cut into, releasing contaminated fecal matter, and butcher's knives can bacome contaminated. Infection chances are greatly reduced by thorough cooking.