It is normal to have undigested food in general in the stool.I'm not sure meat is different than anything else. It can be hard to know exactly what the undigested bits are unless you really analyze them. Sometimes they don't look quite the exact same way as they do on the plate. Somethings like corn kernels are really easy to identify, but something stringy like meat might look like anything else that is stringy.The reason we chew food is that we have no place inside that grinds it up. The chemicals in the GI tract can dissolve some stuff, but there is stuff in what we eat that only gets broken up enough to be dissolved if we chew it up well enough to start with.Undigested bits in stool is a common way to study the dietary habits of someone, or something that you can't watch eat. So rare animals sometimes are easier to study based on stool that they leave behind, and past people's or animals can be studied by looking at fossilized stool.K.
It sounds that you're low on hydrochloric acid, but don't just take that for an answer, i believe an specialised doctor can find the cause for this.Additionally to that, enzymes like protease, pancreatin and pepsin digest meat protein.But as i said, doctor .
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