Rabbits vote for vegi's
and it's actually the smart way to go.
On a planet such as ours or perhaps one with anthropomorphic animals. The consumption of
meat is a most inefficient way to use natural resources to generate energy for biological creatures.
Most plant varieties we eat have good conversions from solar to sugars that
keep us moving.
Meat however requires an animal to eat plants that are ineffeciently converted
to the meat we then eat. The animal uses up much of the plant energy while living.
Not counting the gases explelled that pollute the atmosphere. Of course those
could be used for heat and cooking.
Unfortuantly there are some creatures who's digestion is mostly dependant on meat
protiens, and they would be in great difficulty trying to get by on a vegi diet.
I think there will enventually be a shift to more vegetarian diets. Except possibly for sea foods which
is generally good for creatures who can digest or eat meat to live.
In ancient times people ate a lot of vegetables and fish. Before man started farming, meat was mostly
gathered from wild animals. Along with fruits and berries where possible. It's actually only over the
last 150 years that meats like beef have become a staple. Of course chicken and other fowl
have long been a favorite of man.. and other predatory animals too.