Writer, chef, culinary traveller (and vocal critic of vegetarianism) Anthony Bourdain squared off on this topic on Q this morning with author and vegetarian Jonathan Safran Foer. (Have a listen to that above.) And now, it's your turn:
Honourable mentions go to...
Academentia for "Double meat, double cheese ... double chin."
JayKay for: "If we weren't suppose to eat cows, they'd be much harder to catch."
AnnieSue for "I don't often hear about outbreaks of Mad Carrot Disease or Legume Flu."
Jonathan Dough for: "BACON! There really is no better argument."
Vanessa for: "My teeth are too pointy to eat chick peas."
Ravonic123 for: "If we didn't eat meat, we never would have developed the ability to make the decision not to."
illeagle81 for: "If those who say eating meat is unhealthy would get off their high horse, they'd realize they had been sitting on a great source of protein."
MrBojangles for: "I ate my cat. Is that bad?"
worldward3 for: "Eating meat is primal and part of our id...vegetarianism is no different than sexual repression!"
Jason Baxter in Edmonton for: "Just a modest proposal... Bieber burgers."
The runner up is:
Ci Harver for: "If I don't eat meat, the vegetarians win."
And the winner of Q's Great Meat Debate is:
Will Vachon for his rhyming entry:
"Our wishes for meat dishes, though delicious, may well be vicious; let us be cunning like the foxes before we fill our ice boxes."