This is dependent on the meaning of the offering but for the most part yes, as long it is not raw. But it cannot be eaten if it was killed for the intent of being eaten by the Buddhist.
Some Buddhists eat fish because many are required to eat any food that is offerred to them without any complaints or rejections. If a Buddhist does not see that the animal was slaughtered specifically for his behalf it is not a violation of the no-killing precept that Buddhists adhere to, and is allowed. More information is provided at the website in the citation field below.
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