By no means, meat is a part of the food chain, and the harm from "artificial meat" is not known. Moreover, refusing meat makes people aggressive (for example, vegans)
There are 2 aspects here: physiological and ethical. Physiologically, the species Homo sapiens eats meat throughout its existence. My body is perfectly adapted to assimilate meat. There are no physiological reasons for refusing meat, there have never been and never will be. Meat is a valuable food product, a source of amino acids that my body needs. Ethically, I see no reason to share the morality of vegans. Moreover, vegans have been openly annoyed by their aggressive attempts to change the diet of those around them. Yes, I understand that veganism is such a specific reduction of fears and anxieties, which is a priori doomed to failure, but this does not in any way incline me to their point of view.
P.S. The "economic" reason for veganism is the delusion of economically illiterate people, I don't see the point of taking this aspect seriously.
Only meat! Only natural products! No sectarian soy substitutes. My steaks have the right to say “Muuuu !!” at least once in their life.
Vegans are cultists! Welcome! Minus to orgasm! I also love natural furs. And you have five meters of intestines not enough.
If people did not eat meat, then the gobies / cows so carefully guarded by you simply would not have been born. They don't make love, they are bred.
Probably, I would eat it, but in exceptional cases, when there is not much money to buy normal meat. It's like with noodles, conventionally, Rollton: you buy when you are either too lazy to cook, or there is no way to eat normally.
I am sure that a person is an absolutely suggestible and not independent subject in terms of views / traditions. If from birth you live in an environment where only pollen is eaten, then this will suit everyone. I mean that there are absolutely no universal rules other than hygienic, economic, sometimes ethical ... that is, arising in the process of the formation of society.
If you feel sorry for an animal, of course it will be difficult for you to eat it, otherwise we would eat cats and dogs for dinner. On the other hand, the Asians and the French seem to have experienced a severe famine in the past, which is why they do not disdain neither snails nor dogs.
Why am I ... Yes, I would eat. But only if everyone has been doing this since ancient times and this is considered the norm. But not because animal food is taboo. Predators in the wild don't bother with this.