A red meat that comes from bovines.
Humans domesticated cattle (bovines) around 8000 BCE in the Indus Valley (in the northwestern regions of South Asia) and Africa, but other societies soon followed. Hindus do not eat beef, as the cow is a sacred symbol of life that should be protected.
In 1534, Spanish colonists introduced Longhorn cattle to the Americas.
There are many different kinds of cattle, like Angus from Scotland, Texas Longhorn from the United States, or Japanese Black cattle.
“Beef: A Brief History” www.dartagnan.com/history-of-domesticated-beef.html
“History of the Domestication of Cows and Yaks” by K. Kris Hirst www.thoughtco.com/history-of-the-domestication-of-cows-170652