Goat meat, often called chevon when from adults and cabrito or just kid when from young animals, is the meat of the domestic goat. While “goat” is usually the name for the meat found in common parlance, producers and marketers may prefer to use the French-derived word chevon, since market research in the United States suggests that “chevon eater” is more palatable to consumers than “goat eater”. Cabrito is a word of Spanish origin, and refers specifically to young, milk-fed goat. In the English-speaking islands of the Caribbean, and in some parts of Asia, particularly Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and India, the word “mutton” is often used colloquially to describe both goat and lamb meat, despite technically only referring to sheep meat.
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