What does it actually mean when a meat is described as "sweet"? Like in the movie Babe, when (spoiler alert ; ) Babe becomes the leading candidate for Xmas dinner, the mice/muses say "pork is a very sweet meat".
Does it just mean "tasty"? Is meat that doesn't taste good usually sour or bitter or some other antonym of sweet? I had grouse one time, which was gamy and dry and bleh, but I wouldn't say it was opposite of sweet.
Some fish has that "fishy, gone bad" flavor even when it's very fresh. Flounder for one. Lemon completely and amazingly neutralizes it, which explains fish + lemon, btw. But that's not an opposite of sweet situation either.
Google wants to tell me about "sweetmeats", which is a completely different business.