Interested in Language
I think we can say "the meat is (un)fit for (human) consumption" with 100 % certainty.
What about these ways of expressing the same thought?
"The meat is (un)fit to eat" or "The meat is (un)fit to be eaten"?
In my opinion, both of them may be used, but I may be wrong.
But of course if you add 'human', then it doesn't necessarily apply to feeding it to animals. So, you'd need to add "by humans" if you want the second lot to mean the same thing.
Would it be possible to say "The meat is (un)fit for human to eat"?
I think so, but I prefer to check with you.