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Yesterday I went to the grocery store with my sister. By the time we had been there for 45 minutes, we had chosen vegetables, fish, and MEAT

can I use "meats" instead of "meat" in this sentence? does it sound weird or natural? does the meaning of the sentence change? could you explain it to me, please? thanks.

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Yesterday I went to the grocery store with my sister. By the time we had been there for 45 minutes, we had chosen vegetables, fish, and MEAT

can I use "meats" instead of "meat" in this sentence? does it sound weird or natural? does the meaning of the sentence change? could you explain it to me, please? thanks.
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