I have read several articles and papers on this find now, and they all say the flesh was “organically preserved.”
Not arguing there, but "Organically Preserved" is not "Fresh Meat". It means that organic minerals replace the original structures in the fossilization process. Most fossilization is formed when inorganic compounds (such as calcium phosphate) replace the original structures, however in the case of a few of these soft tissue fossils, they are replaced by authigenic minerals, for example calcium is left, or charcoalification where the carbon remains. In this particular case, based on one of the links ICR gives, what was actually found were microscopic fossils of carbon which first covered then replaced the soft tissue structures. Just because something says it is "organic" doesn't mean it is living tissue, it is simply a carbon compound.
“I have read several articles and papers on this find now, and they all say the flesh was organically preserved.”
Sounds like it has been naturally “canned” Sealed in mud, then baked by a volcano.
It was a primitave version of Spam, Hormel Spander. Chopped salamander shoulder meat with salamander meat added, salt, water, sugar, and sodium nitrite to help keep its color.