I've found another tag that has two definitions.
For questions about preparing food for cooking or about removing the results of cooking that food.
Like with truffles, it is not useful to have these two very different topics grouped into one tag... unlike truffles, this tag is 10 times more used... which makes separating them more complicated.
So, I definitely think this needs to be limited to one definition but the question is - how?
I think cleaning is most simply used to reference the second half of the tag wiki - cleaning everything except food. Most of the existing questions are about cleaning equipment, tools or utensils... or the kitchen in general.
The other half is more complicated... and I don't know that it's really necessary to have a tag for this at all, favoring instead to just use the tag for the type of food being cleaned. If so, then we should just strip that part of the definition out and remove the tag from any question that applies to that definition and add a specific note telling people to not use the tag for that purpose?
The small percentage of questions that aren't about equipment, tools, or utensils are clearly about particular fruits, vegetables, fish, or chicken, so it should be simple to drop this tag from those uses and (if necessary) add the appropriate food-specific tag.